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Achieving our Investors in People Accreditation

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been awarded Investors in People’s “We invest in people, standard” accreditation.

“Being accredited with We invest in people is a remarkable effort for any organisation.”

After reviewing our team processes, assessing our culture and interviewing some of our team, Investors in People awarded us the accreditation. We provided them with a set of evidence that were assessed against 9 principles. Achieving the award means principles and practices around supporting people are in place and everyone understands how to use them to make work better.

Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, said: “We’d like to congratulate Crewit Resourcing. Being accredited with We invest in people is a remarkable effort for any organisation, and places Crewit Resourcing in fine company with a host of organisations that understand the value of people.”

Commenting on the award, Gary O’Keeffe, Managing Director at Crewit Resourcing, said: “This is a true reflection of the dedication that every member of the Crewit Resourcing team gives to our clients, workers and each other. We’re building a culture that supports every element of our business, and I am glad to lead this team.”.

If you’re interested in joining Team Crewit Resourcing, check out our careers page for internal roles:

Investors in People are built with the belief that the success of your organisation begins and ends with people. “If we make work better for everyone, we make work better for every organisation. And if we do that… we make society stronger, healthier and happier.”

Is working with a people-first recruitment agency important to your business? Reach out to one of our industry specialists, and they’ll show you how we can help your business:

Our Response To Coronavirus(COVID-19) - Gary O’Keeffe, Managing Director

Our Response To Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Gary O’Keeffe, Managing Director

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Gary O’Keeffe, Managing Director

As the UK and Ireland react to the new illness COVID-19 caused by Coronavirus, businesses and organisations are publishing measures that they are putting in place to protect their workforce and sustain their businesses.

We would like to reassure you that Crewit Resourcing is taking the situation seriously, and have been monitoring the situation for some time. Alongside our clients, we are putting in place measures to keep our workers safe and projects operational.

We’d like to make all candidates and clients aware of the following precautions we are taking. These include:

  • Reminding workers and site managers of the NHS advice regarding COVID-19 and coronavirus.
  • Alongside safety, our priority is to provide continuous work for our workforce. Therefore, we’ll be supporting clients’ as they do everything possible to keep projects operational and safe for work.
  • Our Crewit Resourcing UK and Crewit Resourcing Ireland teams will be working from home for the foreseeable future; however, our phone lines will remain open as usual.

NHS Advice

We are reminding workers to be aware of the NHS advice for avoiding catching and spreading coronavirus. This includes:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds.
  • Always wash your hands when you get home or into work.
  • Use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze.
  • Put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwards.
  • Avoid close contact with people who have symptoms of coronavirus.
  • Only travel on public transport if you need to.
  • Avoid social activities, such as going to pubs, restaurants, theatres and cinemas.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
  • Do not have visitors to your home, including friends and family.

Phone Lines

Our Crewit Resourcing UK and Crewit Resourcing Ireland teams will be working from home for the foreseeable future; however, our phone lines will remain open as usual.

Crewit Resourcing is committed to building quality teams. Teams that react positively to unexpected challenges. Teams that remain resilient during difficult times. Teams that return stronger than before. Together with our clients, workers and stakeholders, we are a team that

If you need to reach us, you can call us +44 203 368 8531 (UK) +353 1 90 20 688 (IRE), or via our contact us page.

Gary O’Keeffe, 

Managing Director, Crewit Resourcing

Announcing Ride LondonToDublin 2020

Announcing Ride LondonToDublin 2020

Bringing two countries together, whilst raising money for two children’s charities; Ride LondonToDublin is going to be a challenge like no other. Lead by rail and construction company, Crewit Resourcing, Ride LondonToDublin is open to 12 cyclists from any company/ the public.  Cycle past Warwick castle, through waterfalls of Snowdonia and enjoy a well-earned party in Dublin afterwards.

310 Miles- Ride LondonToDublin Distance

Starting out in East Sheen, London, this challenge will take us through Banbury, across Wales into Snowdonia. We’ll catch the ferry into Dublin. Over 4 days we’ll be cycling over 310 miles with challenging elevation.

4 Days- Ride LondonToDublin Length

Over 310 miles will take around 32 hours of cycling (not including refreshments, breaks and overnight stays!). This is not your average Sunday cycle, be prepared for long, tough stretches of cycling (with a rewarding celebration at the end!).

2 Charities- Ride LondonToDublin 2020

The reason we’re attempting this challenge. Children are our future, we should protect them. That’s why this project is supporting Railway Children, in the UK and Temple Street Foundation in Ireland.

How to join the challenge

This event is limited to 12 people and spaces are filling up fast! To enter, you’ll need to be competent at road cycling, comfortable with riding 70+ miles and commit to raising £1000+ for the above charities. If this sounds like you, register on the website:

Supporting The Baikal Project- World Record Challenge

Supporting The Baikal Project- World Record Challenge

What is The Baikal Project?

7 adventurers, 6 motorcycles and 1 frozen lake- The Baikal Project is an exhilarating journey over the deepest lake and the largest single body of fresh water on earth,– Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia.

At the peak of the Siberian winter, the team of adventurers will attempt a world-record-breaking challenge: crossing Lake Baikal’s frozen surface, unsupported, by motorbike.

With anticipated temperatures as low as -40C, the team will attempt to set two new Guinness World Records. One for the longest motorcycle ride on ice and one for the longest four-wheel drive on ice.

From idea to the aftermath, the full Baikal Project journey is being filmed for film, tv and radio, by renowned documentary maker Claudio Von Planta.

Who is taking part in The Baikal Project?

The team of daring individuals comprises of 7 adventurers, 1 filmmaker and1 support member. They include:

Gary O‘Keeffe- Entrepreneur and driving force behind these thrill-seekers.

Declan Mcevoy- An adventure motorcyclist for decades, serial entrepreneur and russian logistics expert.

Karolis Mieliauskas- Cold weather survival expert, adventure traveller & inspirational speaker.

Fritz Kreis- An avid motorhead – and has completed many global expeditions.

Mark Kemp- Founder of the adventure motorcycle cult site – bam riders.

Kevin Emans- Guinness world record holder and motorist.

Mariano Carloni- Extreme motorcyclist and air force graduate.

Claudio Von Planta- Multi-award winning director and filmmaker.

Maxim Anokhin- Extreme logistics expert

You can view their full bios on The Baikal Project’s website:

When is The Baikal Project?

This journey across one of the most dangerous places in the northern hemisphere will take place between February 15- 25, 2020. You can stay up-to-date on the adventure on the Facebook page:

Crewit Resourcing is pleased to sponsor The Baikal Project and wish the team, crew and their attempt at the Guinness World Records the best of success.

Railway Children's Waterloo Station Sleepout 30th January 2020

Railway Children’s Waterloo Station Sleepout 30th January

As we enter 2020, our UK office team members Alisha Maher, Gary O’Keeffe, Harry Loft, Liam Cain, and Sara McLaughlin will be taking part in Railway Children’s Sleepout at Waterloo Station.

The event will see them swap their warm beds on the night of 30th January for sleeping bags and the cold floor of a railway station.

“This event isn’t designed to replicate the situations faced by the children we work with, but it will raise awareness of the issues and we know that the more we can do that, more we can do, together, to make a difference in the lives of children who need us.”

Why we’re taking part

As a leading rail recruitment agency, we have a duty to give back and support those less fortunate within the rail community. When children and young people run away from home, their first thought is often to escape or hide on the trains. As temporary safety and warmth, they use trains or stations to seek shelter. These children are vulnerable. Thousands of them are passing through our railway stations every day, facing risks of exploitation, trafficking, and abuse.

That’s why in 2020 we’ve decided to support Railway Children. If the rail industry can come together and contribute a small amount of time or money to this cause, we can help eradicate child exploitation in our railway system.

How you can make a difference

Anything can make a difference, and support our goal of raising £500 during this event online at

Together, £500 could pay for 25 hours of one-to-one support to help a child keep themselves safe. Be part of the solution during the coldest time of year.

About Railway Children

“We believe in a world where no child ever has to live on the streets. Children run away or are forced to leave homes where they suffer poverty, violence, abuse, and neglect. They find themselves living on the streets because there is nowhere else to go and nobody to turn to. We work to reach children as soon as they arrive on the streets and intervene before an abuser can.” You can find out more on their website:

Crewit Resourcing 2020 Charities

Announcing Crewit Resourcing UK and Ireland 2020 Charities

Our UK and Ireland offices are pleased to announce that we will be supporting Railway Children in the UK and Temple Street Foundation in Ireland.

These charities have been chosen as they make an active difference to the next generation and impact the lives of people in the areas that we operate in.

About Railway Children (UK)

“We provide protection and opportunity for children with nowhere else to go and nobody to turn to.

Every year thousands of children across the UK, India and East Africa run away or are forced to leave homes that have become unbearable through poverty, abuse, violence and neglect.

Reaching a child as soon as possible is crucial to getting to children on the streets before an abuser can, and before they become entrenched in street life. We race to get to children before the streets get to them.”-

About Temple Street Foundation (Dublin)

“Here in Temple Street Foundation, our aim is to support the life-saving work of Temple Street Children’s Hospital and ensure that our little patients receive the world-class treatment they need and deserve.

Our mission is to provide every sick child in Ireland with the highest standard of medical care by ensuring they and their families have immediate access to the best facilities, the finest research and the most compassionate loving support.”-

Our 2020 Commitment

We believe that, as a business, we have a duty to give back to our community. Therefore, in 2020 our teams in the UK and Ireland will be supporting the charities in multiple events across the year. Ranging from small, office-based events, to large-scale events that engage our whole network of businesses, we’ve got some exciting announcements coming in the next few months.

Keep an eye on our social media to see how you can get involved and make a difference globally.