5 Yearly Electrical Checks for Private Landlords on the way

The Government has announced that it will to introduce ‘a mandatory requirement on landlords in the private rented sector to ensure electrical installations in their property are inspected every five years’.….the ECA confirms – brokenshire-moves-to-review-building-regulations-fire-safety-guidance

The AGSM Safety & Compliance Conference & Exhibition in Scotland

  We are delighted to be supporting the AGSM Safety & Compliance Conference & Exhibition, being held on 13th September at Crieff Hydro in Scotland. It is the first show in Scotland dedicated to supporting the role of safety and compliance professionals in social housing and facilities management. We have a host of expert speakers […]

CEO of CORGI, AGSM & AESM nominated for Women in Housing 2018 Award

We are delighted to announce our very own Claire Heyes has been shortlisted for an award at the Women in Housing 2018 Awards, taking place in Manchester in October. The Women in Housing Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of outstanding women working in housing. The award Claire has been shortlisted for is the Inclusion […]

HSE defines Dutyholder from the top down

Recent article from the HSE detailing the change in scope of prosecution within an organization.

Energy Efficiency and the 18th Edition by Steve Martin of ECA

Steve Martin takes us through the upcoming changes to the Wiring Regulations: The official list of changes to the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations, otherwise known as BS 7671, has been announced. This provides us with a general overview of what is expected prior to the 18th Edition being published on 2 July 2018 and […]

Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The Guide to the GDPR explains the provisions of the GDPR to help organisations comply with its requirements. It is for those who have day-to-day responsibility for data protection. For more information visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website at the link below.

Grenfell Refurb Errors Identified in BRE Report

Findings by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) has alleged substantial and significant shortcomings in the building’s 2016 refurbishment. Read about it in Construction Weekly here.  

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