Category Archives: October 2020

Snickers Workwear NEW POLARTEC® POWER STRETCH® Jackets and Fleeces – the ‘Sustainable’ Choice. @SnickersWw_UK

Sharp, stylish looks and market-leading recycled POLARTEC® fabric technology make these a must for the autumn on site or outdoor leisurewear.

Snickers Workwear continues to lead the way with working clothes that have an ergonomic design, superb functionality and fit – for both craftsmen and women.

Stay Safe with Snickers Workwear protective wear solutions for Men and Women. @SnickersWw_UK

Snickers Workwear –Your Health, Your Safety, Your Wellbeing On Site.

Long working days and cheap uncomfortable clothing makes Snickers Workwear’s protective wear range the better-informed choice for men and women working in hazardous environments and inclement weather.

Sustainably improving Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre @lime_products

“Sustainability, safety and strength were key for us when carrying out the remedial works at the Globe Theatre,” says Deborah McGhee, head of building operations at Shakespeare’s Globe.

The Globe Theatre stands in the London Borough of Southwark, boasting an affluent history, with the current structure being the third to stand on the site.

Originally constructed in 1599, the first structure was destroyed by fire in 1613. The second structure was built following the blaze but was subsequently demolished in 1644 after the closure of all theatres. This left the site empty until 1997, when the third, and current, Globe Theatre was constructed.

Three quarters of tradespeople want the industry to hire more apprentices @dakea_uk

In a recent survey it was revealed that over 3/4 (78%) of tradespeople think it’s crucial the industry recruits more apprentices with 57% believing they are currently underutilised.

These findings come from a new survey by Dakea, a leading manufacturer of high-quality, affordable roof windows that are built for the trade, which questioned 500 roofers, installers and local contractors around the country about attitudes and opinions surrounding apprentices in the construction industry.

Worcester Bosch’s new loyalty scheme, Excelerate, poised to ‘supercharge’ installers’ businesses @WorcesterBosch

New initiative is available for all installers to sign-up to begin earning points and benefits

Leading UK boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch has officially launched its new loyalty programme,  Excelerate. Available for all installers, the scheme puts installers in the driving seat to help them successfully reach their business goals effectively.

Optimum 200 stairlift is a game changer @Abilityltd

The newly re-designed Optimum 200 is a game changer when it comes to incline stair lift design and innovation. The stair lift now comes with a graphic display panel which keeps the user up to date with the operation status and importantly also indicates if the stop button has been depressed or if the unit is not located on its charging points. Both of which are unnecessary and expensive reasons for breakdown call outs.

The Importance of Delivering Hot Water with Temperature Control @rinnai_uk

Introduction
The supply & use of hot water is vital to the efficient function of almost all industries. From NHS Healthcare to Care Homes to food production, hot water is critical yet often an overlooked integral part of the system design is the overall ability to accurately control hot water temperature. This capability can allow you to pre-emptively tackle or avoid issues arising from poor hygiene regimes or bacteria. The significance of hot water temperature control itself is being given a lot more attention, as seen in a CIBSE journal article entitled “Taking the temperature – domestic hot water” which looked at the potential of reducing carbon and providing modern, safer low energy solutions simply by focusing more on temperature and revising guidance (CIBSE, 2020). The importance of being able to accurately control hot water temperature will be explored in this paper.

O’Donovan Waste receives RoSPA Award for health and safety achievements @ODonovanWaste

O’Donovan Waste Disposal, a leading family-run waste management business based in London, is celebrating after landing an internationally-recognised award for demonstrating high health and safety standards.

O’Donovan, who operate with 185 employees and run a fleet of 100 lorries, has received a RoSPA Silver Health and Safety Award for working hard to ensure its team get home safely to their families at the end of every working day.

Business as usual for Gills Plumbing & Heating @ipg_the

Gills Plumbing & Heating, an IPG member based in Welwyn Garden City has continued to respond to the current business landscape

Gills began the year by rebranding their store inside and out, with new store signs clearly identifying them as an IPG member, it was looking great in the spring sunshine, and then COVID 19 arrived and dictated what happened next.