Freedom Day: Updated advice for plumbing and heating engineers

England moved onto step 4 of the coronavirus roadmap on the 19 July, dubbed “Freedom Day” by the Prime Minister. The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) has issued this updated guidance for what it means in real terms for the plumbing and heating industry. The two biggest changes coming from 19 July […]

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UK housing stock needs to future proof for climate change

The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has published an Independent Assessment of UK Climate Risk, to set out the priority climate change risks and opportunities the Government should embrace for the UK. Based on the key findings of the third Climate Change Risk Assessment, the report outlines a staggering 61 risks and opportunities that are fundamental […]

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Low carbon training courses – What installers need to know

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, discusses the rise in face-to-face training courses as the country eases restrictions: As new low carbon technologies come to prominence, training courses are increasingly being introduced to provide installers with the support they need to be able to move forward with government plans. […]

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5 ways heating engineers can benefit from the home improvement boom

Former Worcester Bosch CEO and Unico Systems representative, Richard Soper, outlines why heating, ventilation and cooling should be top of the agenda and how engineers and installers can ensure that they profit not just now but into the future: Covid-19 has seen a boom in home improvements and renovations. A recent report by Rated People identified a […]

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Why the UK plumbing and heating industry MUST prioritise competency

Kevin Wellman, CEO at the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE), explores how the plumbing and heating industry must continue to prioritise competency. This includes how learnings from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy must continue to be applied to improving safety across all areas of buildings: As one of Britain’s worst modern disasters, […]

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