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• • • SAFETY IN ENGINEERING • • •


JTL signs charter as a commitment to further improve health, safety and wellbeing


J


TL, the leading national training provider for electrical and heating and plumbing apprenticeships, has signed the Civil


Engineering Contractors Association’s (CECA) Health and Wellbeing Charter as part of its Stop.Make a Change campaign (10-23 October).


The signing of the charter demonstrates JTL’s


continued commitment to improving all aspects of health, safety and wellbeing. JTL will continue to illustrate what good health, safety and wellbeing activities are and utilise the CECA’s ‘conversation starter’ resources to engage JTL training officers in the campaign, as well as using them as part of the regular health and safety checks with JTL leaners. Stop. Make a Change is a national event that allows leading UK contractors, customers and


suppliers the opportunity to speak directly to employees and suppliers about health, safety and wellbeing issues, and to make commitments to actions targeting improved performance in these areas. Steve Smith, Head of Health & safety at JTL, said:


“JTL recognises that mental health issues, such as stress, anxiety and depression, are more apparent in the construction industry than in others sectors, with an estimated one in six workers suffering from a mental health issue. The Stop.Make a Change campaign also coincides with World Mental Health Day (10 October), so we are proud to be able to support CECA’s worthy campaign. “JTL is already partnered with the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) to offer a range of welfare


support services to all of our learners and employers working within the electrical sector and the wider building services industries. As part of Stop.Make a Change, we are now looking forward to utilising the ‘conversation starter’ resources including respiratory, electrical intallations, hand injuries and working at height to further support the health and safety of both staff and learners.” Stop. Make a Change will be held between 10-23


October to coincide with World Mental Health Day (23 October) and the European Week for Safety & Health runs from 19-23 October. To learn more, visit www.stopmakeachange.co.uk.


JTL 0800 085 2308 jtltraining.com


and proactive way to install, monitor and maintain emergency lighting systems from a mobile device.


ABB LIGHTS UP BUILDING SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE N


aveoPro, the latest monitoring system from ABB, offers a transparent


Part of the ABB Ability platform of


connected devices, this solution offers uncompromised cybersecurity and allows secure integration of data that enables key benefits for all users of the system. With the NaveoPro app, self-


contained emergency luminaires can be easily installed and programmed into a building in a fast and intuitive way. Through the ABB Ability platform, the system provides a digital overview via the cloud, giving instant information to assist resource planning and enhance building safety, which can be processed directly from a smart device. “NaveoPro allows users to manage their


emergency lighting system, while keeping a record of all activity safely in the cloud”, says ABB’s Thorsten Mueller, Global Product Group Manager Building and Home Automation Solutions. “This gives customers complete peace of mind on their safety installation and creates the possibility for connected emergency lighting solutions in the future. By harnessing the power of the cloud, it


Testing, inspection and


maintenance planning can be scheduled to ensure all emergency luminaires are working properly. In addition, functional and duration tests can easily be programmed via the user-friendly app. Faults are automatically detected and reported directly to a mobile device providing anytime, anyplace, anywhere notification. In addition, multiple users can access the data held on the emergency lighting system, which can be emailed, shared and stored to provide a permanent record of the health of an emergency lighting system. To further enhance building safety, the system sends


unlocks and provides access to data and account management tools. This can reduce operating costs dramatically and will be one of the key elements for building owners and facility managers to reduce the total cost of ownership of safety systems in the future.” With emergency luminaire data stored in the


cloud, the mobile app provides a 24/7 overview of all smart monitored buildings via Google maps. Building maps can be uploaded and overlaid onto Google maps, showing its current status and providing a clear and precise location of the emergency lighting luminaire.


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maintenance alerts in the NaveoPro app, so components can be replaced before a malfunction occurs. All functionalities are in place to optimize the safety of visitors or building users. As a result, there is no unnecessary equipment handling, complicated paperwork, double data entry, searching for the right components or unnecessarily travel for replacement parts. Just one easily accessible database accessed from multiple devices, with clear information, making the task of ongoing maintenance much simpler.


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