Our guide to plant and equipment legislation and examinations highlights applicable UK legislation and relevant legislative examination requirements for various classes of plant and equipment; including typical inspection frequencies.
Property owners can reduce electrical risks in their properties with routine visual self-checks in between formal inspection and testing.
The UK Health & Safety Executive have strengthened their enforcement expectation for all welding fume with immediate effect; following new scientific evidence regarding its effects on human health.
If you’re going to have an air conditioning failure, it’s going to occur during early summer; when most air conditioning breakdowns materialise. Our engineers are here to offer tips on avoiding the most common problems with a little strategic maintenance.
A broken boiler or burst pipes is not only an inconvenience; the damage to property and, in some cases, interruption to business can have a significant impact in terms of repair costs, loss of income and disruption to operations.
UK electrical wiring regulations: What do the 2018 changes mean for property owners and commercial landlords?
Half of the 38,000 accidental property fires across England during 2017/18 were caused by electrical faults/misuse. Following changes to the UK Wiring Regulations (18th edition), property owners and commercial landlords must have an adequate level of understanding and awareness of the changes in order to remain compliant.
During the winter months, the risk of tower crane collapse events can increase due to associated adverse weather.
Data breaches aren’t just a big business problem; small and medium-sized businesses with fewer data security resources are particularly vulnerable. It’s important for businesses of every size to take steps to prevent a data breach.
With electrical distribution being the main source of ignition in commercial fires (across England, Scotland and Wales), there is an ever-increasing risk of property damage and personal injury.
Plant theft continues to be a major problem for the UK construction industry, however, there are several steps that can be taken to help reduce and protect against theft.