If you are engaging sub-contractors without an order that complies with the “Construction Act” then “the Scheme for Construction Contracts” applies, but putting the theory into practice raises a question on what happens if a claim for payment is made by a sub-contractor but the main contractor ignores it?
Chris Reeves FCIOB, MCIArb & John Chittenden MCIArb of Humphries Kirk LLP discuss this topic in the downloadable document below...
The legionella Consultative Document (CD258) sets out proposals from the HSE to publish an updated Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) on Legionnaire's disease.
The consultation provides an opportunity to comment on whether the draft ACOP text provides legal clarification and proportionate advice on low-risk scenarios.
Accompany guidance provides advice on achieving compliance, information of a general nature, including explanation of the requirements of the law, specific technical information or references to further sources of information.
Coventry University has been emerging as one of the pioneering further education destinations since its status as a University came to fruition in 1992. Their forward thinking approach and commitment to providing the students with high standards of learning spaces has lead to the attainment of many awards. Recognition for their efforts has included winning the 2011 Entrepreneurial University of the Year, 2011 Outstanding Support for Students and they have been named as a first class university of environment and ethical performance in the People and Planet Green League 2012.
North West Novus partnered with young construction professional groups in the north west; CIBSE, UDG, NWYP to hold an unusual and interesting CPD event on deafness in the built environment at Turley Associates, Manchester.