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Atalian Servest demonstrates ethical best practice and sustainable growth with new partnership

Global FM services provider, Atalian Servest, has partnered with Alcumus, a provider of supply chain and EHSQ+ risk management solutions in the UK, to prequalify its contractors. Jack Holmes, Procurement Director UK & Ireland, Atalian Servest said: “At Atalian Servest, ...

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SOCOTEC appoints new UK CEO

The testing, inspection and compliance services provider has appointed Nicolas Detchepare as its new CEO. With a turnover of £140 million and over 1,700 employees, the UK is the second most important geographical platform in the SOCOTEC Group after France. ...

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Kalzip’s Fc rainscreen façade system: Fire performance compliance without compromise

In conjunction with Knauf Insulation, SFS Intec and Siderise, Kalzip has had its FC rainscreen façade system tested in accordance with BS 8414-1 and has successfully met the requirements of BR 135. Kalzip’s FC rainscreen is a non-penetrative façade system ...

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Changes to red diesel regulations: Advice on maintaining critical assets

Mark Griffiths, Head of Business Development at Adler and Allan, discusses the importance of evaluating your assets in preparation for upcoming legislative reform to red diesel. In the 2020 budget, the government announced that many sectors will lose their entitlement ...

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Amey strengthens technical compliance and energy management capability 

Amey’s Secure Infrastructure business is strengthening its technical compliance and energy management capability to support its customers’ growing needs. In line with its new business strategy, Amey is transforming its approach to compliance, ensuring it delivers a market-leading data-driven service ...

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Welsh health board awards SOCOTEC two asbestos management deals

SOCOTEC’s Asbestos team has secured two three-year framework agreements with Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. The first contract will see SOCOTEC provide management, refurbishment and demolition surveys, while the second will involve the Asbestos team undertaking annual reinspections. Both ...

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Legionella: Risks during and after lockdown

Many workplaces have laid dormant for weeks as the Coronavirus has taken hold of the country. This has introduced new challenges, such as the management of legionella Legionnaires’ disease is a type of pneumonia, which can cause serious respiratory illness ...

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OCS transfers compliance services to phs

Compliance and facilities management provider phs Compliance has acquired OCS Compliance, part of the OCS UK Group. As part of the deal, phs Compliance will become the preferred supplier of compliance services to OCS Group. OCS Compliance delivers a range of electrical and ...

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GRAHAM extends water hygiene deal

Northern Ireland’s South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (SEHSCT) has awarded facilities management contractor, GRAHAM, a three-year contract extension for the delivery of legionella treatment and risk management services. The SEHSCT is one of five Trusts within Northern Ireland ...

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Cleaning and hygiene

Ensuring that a building, site or location is kept clean is not only a legal requirement, but it can have a positive impact on visitors to the organisation. And in the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial that businesses are ...

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