OVER 97% COMPLIANCE The results from the 2018 audits of the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) Accreditation Scheme for Distributors mean their customers are guaranteed ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’. An average of 97.5% of relevant products across all Accredited Distributors are from CHSA Accredited Manufacturers.

The audits, conducted by the CHSA’s independent inspector, indicate an average of 98.6% of all soft tissue at Accredited Distributors’ warehouses is from members of the Accreditation Scheme for Manufacturers of Soft Tissue. For

plastic sacks, 92% of all relevant products is from members of the Accredited Manufacturers of Plastic Refuse Sacks, while the figure mops are an almost perfect 99.9%.

“We’re delighted with the extraordinarily high levels of conformance amongst Accredited Distributors,” said Mike Stubbs, Chairman of the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes. “Buyers of cleaning and hygiene products from our Accredited Distributors are guaranteed they get what they pay for. There is no similar guarantee for people buying from non-Accredited distributors.

“The positive approach of our Accredited Distributors has driven up membership of our Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Schemes. As they demand suppliers match their high standards, an increasing number of manufacturers not already Accredited are applying for membership.”

Every scheme member is audited by the CHSA’s Independent Inspector, who visited Accredited Distributors’ warehouses and selected product at random.

wide variety of locations. The MxPro 5 was ideally suited for this project due to its high reliability and open protocol which meant that we could more easily replace the old system at a lower cost to the customer.”

MxPro offers customers a choice of two panel ranges, four detector protocols and a completely open installer network, backed up by free training and support. MxPro panels can be used in single loop, single panel format or easily configured into high speed, multi-loop panels in 200 node networks covering huge areas. MxPro’s ease of installation and configuration and wide peripheral range make it customisable to almost any application.


PROTECT ARTIFACTS Jedburgh Abbey, a 12th century Augustinian monastery located on the Scottish Borders, has selected the Advanced’s MxPro 5 panel to protect a rich heritage of treasures on display in its visitor centre.

Founded by David I, King of the Scots, nearly 1000 years ago and famed for its unusual architecture, Jedburgh Abbey is one of the four great abbeys established in the Scottish Borders. The Abbey’s museum houses some of the famous works of art associated


with the early history of the site and some of the artefacts discovered during excavations.

Advanced were specified by the team at SAFE Services who were appointed to design, install and commission the replacement of an ageing fire system within the Abbey visitor centre, gift shop, staff rooms and offices, utilising existing cable runs and containments to avoid exposed wiring.

Graeme Millar, Fire Systems Technical and Sales Engineer at SAFE Services, said: “We have worked with Advanced for many years and as our first choice for addressable fire panels we have installed them in a

Neil Parkin, Regional Sales Manager at Advanced, said: “Advanced fire systems are renowned for their quality and ease-of-use, which makes them ideal for projects such as this. Our products are specified in large buildings and networks but also smaller sites, such as the visitor centre, which showcases an important part of the Abbey’s heritage. As a site of such historic significance it is even more important to offer the reassurance of a high- quality system and our MxPro panels offer all the key attributes required for this type of installation.”

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