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‘Lead-in’ with Lead: New Training Opportunity from the ISSE

21 years ago on 24th October 2002, the Control of Lead at Work Regulations (CLAW) were ‘made’, which means they had been completed and were ready to be laid before Parliament, 31st October, 2002. They came into force 21st November, 2002. So what? You may ask. This week, 22nd – 29th October, is International Lead […]

£42 million committed for recruitment and training of new Building Control and Fire Inspectors

On 9 March the Government announced new funding to support the delivery of building safety reforms. £42 million has been set aside to recruit, train and employ new Building Control Inspectors and Fire Inspectors working with the Building Safety Regulator. The Government says the measures are designed to increase capacity and capability of delivery partners […]

New website and rebrand for ISSE to reinforce changes within the Built Environment

The ISSE can now support its members and the general public well beyond the limitations of traditional ‘built environment’ thinking to include a more expansive ‘holistic’ approach to what we now describe as ‘Managed Environments’. This provides for full-spectrum consideration of all aspects of a problem or situation, from multiple inter-related Planet, Personal, Property and Project perspectives.