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Pietro Foschi, Group Director, Assurance Services at BSI commented:


Verifeye directory.


ShahmBarhom, Group Product Certification Director at BSI, said:


“We’re committed to helping organisations ensure that they can enable resilience and encourage trust in this newregulatory


landscape.We’re pleased that our Approved Body status has been promptly obtained, and the teamstand ready to helpmanufacturers demonstrate that their products complywith the relevant National, Regional and / or International standards.”


“Our teams haveworked incredibly hard to ensure thatwe can continue to support organisations, providing appropriate testing and certification for acceding all important marketsworldwide, including the UK. This Approved Body status enables us to enhance our role as a trusted provider of assurance services and to supportmanufacturers in ensuring compliance of their products to the relevant regulations of the various destination markets. Thiswill also continue providing assurance to consumers and to society that products that have earned the UKCAmark fromBSI can be usedwith confidence and are in compliancewith the rules applicable in the UKmarket.”


BSIwill continue to offer CEmarking services for EU27market access via our Netherlands Notified Body (2797)³, aswell asmany other globalmarket access solutions including our Mark of Trust, the BSI Kitemark™.


ACO announces 2021 webinar series


“ACO is committed to delivering CPD content that is both engaging and practical. The lunchtime sessions are designed to provide those taskedwith delivering construction projectswith important tips and considerations related towatermanagement, with real-life examples to showcase best practice.”


Following an enthusiastic response to its Autumn /Winter programme, ACOhas announced its 2021webinar series.


Flooding is an ongoing concern – as shown over recentmonths - thatwill impact the design and delivery of construction projects throughout 2021. ACO’s CPD serieswill start in February and cover some of the key issues linked to drainage. All of the seminars are free to attend and are suited to those looking to refresh their knowledge of drainage applications.


The programme builds on the success of last year’s Autumn /Winter series and is comprised of webinars fromacross ACOWaterManagement and ACO Building Design. Alongside applications such highways, rail, SuDS, and geocellular structures, itwill also include sessions on effective greasemanagement, blue/green roof design, and design requirements for commercial drainage.


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The 2021 series includes the followingwebinars: ■ ■ ■


3 February – Geocellular: specify it right 10 February – Blue/Green RoofDesign


17 February –Managing highways surface water





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24 February –Design requirements for commercial drainage


10March – Super amphibian highway 11March – Blue/Green RoofDesign 17March –Managing rail surfacewater 24March – Effective greasemanagement


31March – Practical and sustainable surfacewatermanagement


Oliver Collins, ProductMarketingManager - Building + Landscape at ACOWater Management, comments: “We had an overwhelmingly positive reaction to ourwinter series,with hundreds of registrations and some really good engagement across the board.


| February 2021 | www.draintraderltd.com


The series includes three newtopics from ACO’s Building Drainage division, one ofwhich is on design requirements for commercial drainage. Itwill provide a comprehensive briefing on the key criteria to considerwhen specifying commercial drainage, and covers materials, load considerations, hydraulic capacities, and location specific criteria.


Blue / Green Roof Design,meanwhile,will look at the creation of sustainable urban environments. Itwill define the different types of blue and green roof designs, give highlights, and explain the key drainage considerations.


Finally, effective greasemanagementwill explore the problems caused by fats, oils and grease (FOG) in commercial kitchen settings. Seeking to provide expert specification guidance for different greasemanagement solutions, the sessionwill highlight industry best practice for kitchen designers, consultants, contractors, and operators.


All of thewebinarswill include a Q&A section andwill bemade available on-demand for thosewhowish to receive the content.


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