WorldGBC has convened a coalition of over 60 construction sector leaders to call on the European Commission to support the full decarbonisation of the built environment through ambitious policies.
The Government has issued a press release outlining the impact of the upcoming new lighting regulations. The press release contains a number of errors which is causing confusion among suppliers and consumers alike.
The Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2021‑2025 report from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) forecasts that the UK’s construction output will return to pre‑Covid‑19 levels in 2022, requiring the construction sector to recruit an extra 217,000 workers by 2025, or over 43,000 per year, in order to satisfy this level of demand.
The LEEA Awards is a great opportunity to give your company and colleagues the recognition they deserve. Winners will be announced during the ‘party of the year’ at the LEEA Awards Ceremony, which will be held in the prestigious Grosvenor Hotel, Park Lane, London on the evening of 5th November 2021.
A leading UK safety charity has announced two major changes. The Gas Safety Trust will now be known as The CO Research Trust, to provide a more accurate reflection of the work it carries out, and Baroness Finlay will become the new Chair of the Board of Trustees.
New Tork productivity guide provides five steps to using “kaizen” to create a sustainable competitive advantage
Tork®, an Essity brand, is launching a new guide to “kaizen” that aims to help businesses implement a culture of continuous improvement. Kaizen is the Japanese management theory which advocates that all employees be engaged in the improvement of a business. It offers important learnings for industries looking to increase productivity and is further supported by a new study among machine operators.
It is with sadness that the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) announces the death of Tony Allen, Chairman of the Association’s wholly owned subsidiary Skills for Security and supporter of the BSIA for over 40 years. Tony was 75 and had been ill for a short while.