An illustrated guide aimed at ironing out confusion over standards and accreditation for security rated powered pedestrian doors (PPD) has been published by the Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA).
Developed to maximise user experience through improved functionality, the new Automatic Door Suppliers Association website boasts a brand-new look and feel.
The ADSA is launching a new training course as a ‘gateway’ to a new standard that regulates power operated pedestrian entrance control equipment.
The Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) is taking part in a ground-breaking initiative to increase levels of competence and confidence in the UK building envelope sector.
The Automatic Doors Suppliers Association (ADSA) can now be found in the Employer Directory, run by the government-backed Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE).
ADSA – the Automatic Door Suppliers Association – has become a member of TAF – the Trade Association Forum.
First impressions count – including digital ones – which is why AliMet Fabrications has launched a new website to better represent its extensive services as it celebrates its third anniversary.
PR company Tillymint Communications scooped a cluster of wins at the CIPR PRide Awards – including one which highlighted the benefits and achievements of the Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA).
It was ‘ball aboard’ for the Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) Charity Golf Day. which saw 23 teams take part at Branston Golf and Country Club.
The Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) has launched Quartet – a new initiative to provide member support across four essential services: HR, legal, health & safety and tax.