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Future-proofed bathrooms

Smart bathroom flooring choices can help people stay independent in their own homes for longer, explains Esther Bond, Housing Consultant at Altro. Home adaptations allow individuals who are disabled, ageing or vulnerable to continue to live in their own homes ...

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Compliance: Asbestos – legal duties

The Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA) advises that owners and managers of properties – commercial properties, hospitals, schools, factories – constructed prior to the year 2000 are responsible for ensuring that employees and non-employees are not exposed to health risks ...

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Serco signs deal with South Australian Government

Serco Group through its Australian subsidiary has signed a new contract with the South Australian Government to operate and manage the Adelaide Remand Centre (ARC) for the South Australia Department for Correctional Services. The estimated total contract value to Serco over ...

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SFS’s new Soter II fall protection system saves lives, rooftops and money

Fall protection equipment specialist SFS has redeveloped its class-leading fall arrest and work restraint solution with the new Soter II. The system allows users to safely work at height without restrictions to their movement, and significantly reduces damage to the roof in ...

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AFI welcomes report to improve UK’s work at height culture

One of the UK’s leading powered access specialists, AFI group of companies has welcomed a new report urging the Government and the construction industry to undertake a major review of work at height culture. The Report: Staying Alive: Preventing Serious ...

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Our focus on fire safety & indoor air quality

All Clean (Worcester) Ltd. has over 25 years of experience in providing high quality services to the facilities management sector. Our extensive experience and knowledge gives us the confidence to perform our tasks to the highest possible standards. We specialise, ...

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Hands-on engineering and estates & FM training for all sectors

Although traditionally delivering training to the NHS, the stringent and exceptional requirements for healthcare enables Eastwood Park to deliver and adapt training for all sectors. Its large portfolio of courses is regularly updated to reflect new technologies, changing guidelines and ...

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Enhance your operations in 2019 with Lean Management 

As businesses we are always striving to make improvements where we can, whether it be to increase customer satisfaction, boost profits or even to improve staff efficiency. Implementing ‘Lean Management’ into your working environment can help you do just that. ...

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Expected winter whiteout means autos should be checked

Carrying out weekly checks on automatic doors in the run-up to the UK’s envisaged “worst winter in 70 years” is being urged by experts from GEZE UK. Weather forecasters are predicting that a polar cold snap could bring the longest ...

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Improving evacuation with adaptive exit guidance

More than 70 per cent of people won’t notice your building’s conventional exit signs in an emergency. So how can you make sure they evacuate safely? A new white paper from Eaton looks at high-risk factors, current exit sign requirements, ...

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