Home / Legislation (page 2)

Legislation

Behind closed doors

Iain McIlwee, CEO of the British Woodworking Federation, explores the importance of fire door maintenance and how everyone can help ensure they remain fit for purpose The final report from Dame Judith Hackitt’s independent review of the Building Regulations and ...

Read More »

ErP; Are you ready for the next milestone?

The September deadline for the ErP Directive for Warm Air Heaters 2018 (Lot 21), is fast approaching. New legislation has changed the way that the seasonal efficiency of heating equipment is calculated. Danny Packham, European Product Manager – Warm Air ...

Read More »

ErP; Nortek is ready

New legislation has changed the way that the seasonal efficiency of heating equipment is calculated. Danny Packham, European Product Manager – Warm Air and radiant, from Nortek Global HVAC, outlines the key points. Gas fired warm air & radiant heating ...

Read More »

Standard practice

Steven Fox of Qube Global Software explains how International Financial Reporting Standards will effect FMs. And that any business with a leasing strategy or extensive portfolio of leased assets will need to be fully compliant come January 2019 International Financial ...

Read More »

ErP what it means for radiant heaters

With the ErP Directive coming into force on 1st January 2018, Daniel Wild, Senior Development Engineer at Nortek Global HVAC explains what it means for radiant heaters going forward. All radiant tube heaters and tube heater systems will be required ...

Read More »

Data safe

  The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), due in May 2018, requires a stringent approach to the storage and management of data. Paul Moonan, MD of Restore Scan, warns that failure to prepare could be damaging and costly A recent Insight ...

Read More »

Clean break

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, Joanne Gilliard calls for a common-sense approach to reviewing the laws that keep workers safe in the cleaning industry In March this year, the UK government published its plans to introduce ...

Read More »

The letter of the law

Experts from law firm TLT and energy provider E.ON advise on meeting minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) when buying and renting out commercial property From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a tenancy of a property with ...

Read More »

One unique place to go for all your lighting needs

We provide lighting solutions nationwide developed over 3 decades in the industry. We offer you choice and value, supported by great personal service and technical know-how. Key Strengths: Nationwide LED Design, Specify, Supply, Install & Aftercare Service Energy Audits and ...

Read More »

Lantei providing their CPD accredited electrical seminars to dedicated duty holders in the Education sector

Working with the Education sector to support best practice is all part of the service at Lantei Compliance Services. Purchasing consortium members and other duty holders from the sector joined Chief Executive, Anthony Smith and guest speaker, Dave Blinston, founder ...

Read More »