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It is now over three years since the introduction of Regulation 4 and the “Duty to Manage” regulations with the main thrust of this new legislation being – as the name implies – to ensure asbestos in non-domestic premises is adequately managed. Unfortunat
Chris Bishop (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
The long awaited publication, 'Asbestos: The Survey Guide HSG264' contains specific guidance for those providing social housing.
John Richards (2010 - See all articles from 2010)
May 2004 sees the introduction of the new 'duty to manage asbestos'. Primarily aimed at duty-holders in workplace buildings this new statutory requirement also has relevance to domestic property.
Steve Shutler (2004 - See all articles from 2004)
BS7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations, more commonly known as the IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition was published in January 2008 and comes into force on 1st July 2008.
Stephen Plant (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
The newly updated Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (2007) have clearly been developed following a ‘reality check’...
Mark Swain (2007 - See all articles from 2007)
The majority of works orders raised for responsive day to day and void property maintenance will not be affected by CDM. But in certain circumstance it may apply.
Introducing the new gas safety regulator
Jeff Learman (2009 - See all articles from 2009)
The CIOB and CIH are developing a range of qualifications with clear progression routes. They will be designed primarily for technical staff operating within Housing Associations or through other Housing Service Providers
Nick Marsh (2006 - See all articles from 2006)
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007) were one year old in April. What effects have they had?
Paul Reeve (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
Guidance will soon be available on the control of asbestos in domestic dwellings.
John Richards (2009 - See all articles from 2009)