This week heralds the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has been one of the most talked about pieces of legislation in recent years.
Having a good occupational health and safety management system is a key element to developing a good working culture.
Water stewardship is becoming an increasingly critical global issue, with growing competition for scarce water resources in many regions of the world.
An ongoing training programme is not only important to employee personal development, but it also will greatly contribute to the success of your business.
Recent weeks have seen the UK Government announce that it plans to ban the sale of plastic straws and drinks stirrers which cause amongst other things, ocean pollution.
ISO 45001:2018 is the world's first harmonised occupational health & safety management system standard.
Update: The ISO 45001:2018 standard has now been published.
The ISO 45001:2018 was published in March 2018. As part of the initial consultation process previous to this, the DIS 45001 standard received over 3,000 comments.
Timber experts Exova BM TRADA have teamed up with leading construction and environmental consultants RSK, to co-host a FREE one-day seminar, which is recognised by the IHBC for CPD, on the challenges and obstacles encountered when conserving and regenerating heritage buildings, on Tuesday 1 November at the Museum of Science & Industry building in Manchester.
Expert training provider, Exova BM TRADA, will be continuing its successful Timber Frame Construction training course with a one-day session on Tuesday 6 September 2016 at its High Wycombe site in Buckinghamshire.
Scaffold boards are used in their thousands on construction sites across the UK, enabling workers to operate safely at height. But just how safe are they?
BM TRADA celebrates Grown in Britain Week. This is a national celebration of our woods and the societal values and products that they contribute.
The long awaited revised ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems has been released.
BM TRADA has released the dates for its series of regional timber frame seminars aimed at architects and engineers as part of its CPD (Continuing Professional Development) contract for the UK’s wood promotion campaign, Wood for Good.
Work has now completed on Kingsgate House, a seven-storey residential project in West London that is the first major construction project in the world to achieve PEFC Project Certification.
BM TRADA is warning structural steel manufacturers and fabricators that from 1st July 2014 CE marking for steel structures and components becomes mandatory in the UK, under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).
BM TRADA has published a comprehensive list of dates for its 2014 timber strength grading courses.
With the latest research showing that timber frame housing is set for significant growth in 2014, BM TRADA’s unveiling of the 2014 dates for its popular timber frame training courses couldn’t be more timely.
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