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Building Maintenance Compliance

Maintaining your cladding and roofing is far more than just making it look pretty, although in most cases, this itself is great for the business.
There are plenty of rules and regulations around buildings and it’s your responsibility to ensure that you keep up to date with these and that you comply.

What if things go wrong?

So, what if the worst happens? If a person becomes injured or is killed due to your building, e.g poor maintenance or health and safety breaches, then the finger will point at you. There are very heavy fines or prison sentences in the worst cases.

As well as physical repercussions, the incident will sit on your conscience and affect your wellbeing and mental health.

For the person involved it creates trauma, long term sickness, perhaps permanent disability and the wider effects on family, their career and living situation.
By not complying the consequences are severe and far reaching, don’t let this happen to you.

What do I need to comply with?

There are plenty of regulations out there, not all are applicable and there are some specific ones depending on your industry and its your duty to know what these are. There is lots of information on the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) website.

Let’s take a look at a few of them here.

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Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974

Part of this act states that employers must provide a working environment that’s healthy and safe for everyone in the workplace, including those with disabilities. This includes having a clean environment, windows that can easily be opened, floors in good condition and safe. To keep your workplace safe, you must maintain your premises.
Some of our services that may help: Window coating Door painting Internal decoration Cladding cleaning

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The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

This law covers general fire safety in England and Wales for non domestic buildings. Most fires are preventable. Those responsible for workplaces and other buildings to which the public have access can avoid them by taking responsibility for and adopting the right behaviours and procedures. Ensure good housekeeping at all times, eg avoid build-up of rubbish, dust or grease that could start a fire or make one worse. Keep fire exits and escape routes clearly marked and unobstructed at all times.
Some of our services that may help: Cladding cleaning Floor marking Cladding coating

ISO 15686 Standard

The British Standard ISO 15686 is about identifying and establishing general principles for service life planning and a systematic framework for undertaking service life planning of a building through its life cycle. This development ISO standard addresses service life planning of a building, building component or structure. The objective of service life planning is to help assure that the new building will last at least as long as the design.
Some of our services that may help: Cladding Coating Roof Coating Gutter lining Solar panels Roof safety installation

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Minimum energy efficiency standards

Minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) make it unlawful for a landlord to grant a new tenancy or to extend or renew an existing tenancy of certain property having an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of F or G unless: all the relevant energy efficiency improvements for the property have been made; or an exemption applies.

From 01 April 2023, the scope of MEES will extend to existing tenancies of most commercial property and will restrict a landlord’s ability to continue to let property with an F or G rating.
Some of our services that may help: Onsite survey Drone survey Solar panels

SFG20 Standard

SFG20, the standard for planned maintenance. Originally launched in 1990, Building Engineering Services Association’s (BESA’s) SFG20 is recognised as the industry standard for building maintenance specification. An interactive web-based service, SFG20 has a growing library of maintenance task schedules, currently covering many equipment types and over 1000 individual schedules specialist services.
Some of our services that may help: Planned maintenance Drone survey

The services we offer can help you comply with regulation and to follow guidance, so please give us a call to talk through the ways in which we can help you, 0161 626 3493.

Cladding Coatings Ltd

  • Address: Tanners Business Centre, Waterside Mill, Chew Valley Road, Greenfield, Oldham OL3 7NH
  • Phone: +44 (0)161 626 3493, +44 (0)7961 798 799
  • Email: info@claddingcoatings.co.uk

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