In your weekly PCA update this week:
- As Maintenance Week comes to a close…
- Conferences and Awards are back!
- Our last webinar for 2021!
- Waterproofing Awareness
- The importance of ventilation
As Maintenance Week comes to a close…
For those who may not have seen our social media posts this week, there is plenty of information available that you can access via these social channels and from our website too, for you to use, download and share with your customers & clients.
Whilst we have focused our attention this week on reminding homeowners of the tasks they can undertake ahead of the winter months, these handy tips and advice notes can be accessed throughout the year. You can click on the button below to access the latest news pieces…
Conferences and Awards are back!
Our programme of events for 2022 is well underway and we are excited to be discussing and planning face-to-face conferences and awards…at last! It has been a long time since we have seen many of our members and we are very much looking forward to being back at The Slate once again.
We are delighted with how each conference is shaping up and will be sharing more information next week, but for now, you can get a sneak preview of the conference topics via the button below…
Our last webinar for 2021!
**ONE WEEK TO GO** Wildlife found in buildings, developments or amenity areas is an issue that can affect all property & construction professionals, developers & invasive weed specialists… but what are our responsibilities?
Join us and Senior Ecologist Julie Riley, for our LAST WEBINAR FOR 2021 on Thursday 2nd December as we discuss species of wildlife which may be protected by law and the considerations we need to take into account.
To find out much more, simply click on the button below to register!
Date: 2nd February 2022
Location: PCA Practical Training Centre, Huntingdon
Cost: Members £195 +VAT / Non-members £250 +VAT
>> Need more information on the course – click here
Learn how to identify the most common structural timbers found within house construction. Using a variety of identification methods, this course will help you develop the necessary practical skills required to recognise different types of softwood and hardwood visually, physically and through microscopic analysis.
Contact the training team today on 01480 400000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The importance of ventilation
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has released a useful video on the importance of good ventilation that we felt would be useful you. The law now says employers must make sure there’s an adequate supply of fresh air (ventilation) in enclosed areas of the workplace in order to:
- identify poorly ventilated areas
- assess the risk from breathing in small particles of the virus (aerosol transmission) in enclosed areas
- decide on the steps you can take to improve ventilation
You can view the video by clicking on the button below.
Other recent news or related info
- PCA Weekly News – 20th November 2021
- PCA Weekly News – 13th November 2021
- PCA Weekly News – 6th November 2021
- PCA Weekly News – 30th October 2021
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- Ventilation – has the penny dropped yet?
- Spray Foam Insulation may save energy, but at what cost?
- Hodgson View: Joint methodology – Is it gaining traction again?
- The unsung heroes in the waterproofing world
- Why the PCA supports Mental Health Awareness week?
- Holding Back the Flood
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