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The Importance of CE Marking Fabricated Items

07 April 2022

Why fabricated accessories to buildings require CE marking.

From the 1st July 2013 it became a legal requirement that any construction product which is covered under a harmonised standard i.e. BS / EN / ISO is CE marked.

What this means for Duty Holders.

The Duty Holder has a responsibility to ensure, that any product used, which is covered by a British Standard is required to be CE marked and have a consistent Declaration of Performance (DoP)

What this means for the Access & Safety Industry.


How to Choose the Right Step Unit for your Business

23 March 2021

Step units come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and materials so it can be difficult to ascertain which is the correct type of step unit to use for your specific purpose.  If you’re a business or premises owner looking to buy a step unit there are several issues to consider whilst deciding on the right step unit for the task at hand. 


CE Accredited Fabrications – Useful Info for Manufacturers, Importers and Distributors

22 March 2021

Last week we took a look at what will be happening with CE accredited fabrications now that Brexit has materialised.  As we’ve pointed out, for goods sold and used in the UK, we now have a new product marking, the UKCS (United Kingdom Conformity Assessed) marking which will be Britain’s equivalent of the CE marking being used throughout Europe. 


Everything You Need to Know about Improving Workplace Indoor Air Quality

18 March 2021

Indoor air pollution is a major underrated health concern and accounts for most health problems experienced in institutional and commercial buildings. Even well-maintained facilities can experience episodes of poor air quality. Clean and safe indoor air promotes comfort among the employees and protects their health and well-being. Therefore, it is critical to address ways to improve the air quality that we breathe in the workplace. Read on to learn about the common causes of indoor air pollution, how to detect air pollution, and effective ways of improving your indoor air quality.


4 Expert Safety Tips to Keep Your Workplace Stronger

17 March 2021

Workplace safety is a continuous process for every business. It should be the top priority for both the management and the workers. Every employer should ensure all operations are conducted safely and within acceptable practices. In case your worksite finds it challenging to be up-to-date with the latest best practices, rules, and regulations, here are four expert tips to guide you and help make your workplace stronger.

  1. Always Engage Standard Safety Practices


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