A survey of social housing tenants has been published as part of a white paper, ‘Fire Safety: Time to Shut the Door on Risk’, by fire door specialists JELD-WEN.
New innovations in trickle vent technologies are required if window specifiers in the housing industry are to be properly supported, says REHAU…
The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is introducing three new qualifications in the biggest-ever expansion of its education programme.
Here’s a handy from Stannah overview of the key acts, regulations and standards that outline best practices around lift requirements in buildings.
Dave Wadey is an Engineering Manager at Pickerings Lifts. He’s been with Pickerings for 23 years, and part of his job is making sure all lift installations are legislatively compliant.
The following article sees Wojciech Brozyna, MD of Aluprof UK, talk about finishes, fire resistance and regulations.
Following rules and regulations can sometimes be confusing, so Ibex Supplies has created a guide on the Chapter 8 barriers.
Pressure is on manufacturers to produce lead-free fittings for safer plumbing systems, with REHAU well up for the challenge.
This article by Martin Oates, Director of Global Sales at SE Controls, takes a look at the importance of compliance regarding fire safety.
In September 2017, two new safety standards for the construction of lifts and for the testing of lift components were introduced – Stannah has covered the most frequently asked questions…