Richard Hunter, Insuletics Technical Compliance Surveyor conducted a training programme for 13 site operatives who will be working with Insuletics system and products on the Canley Project.
The programme consists of a PowerPoint presentation of how our products should be applied and as you can see from the photograph below, Richard is happy to answer any questions regarding the system and its application.
In preparation for the start-up date 10th February 2016, the 13 operatives will be issued with an Insuletics photographic ID Card.
Richard will be making several site visits during the programme, to ensure Insuletics high standards are being maintained.
LCM Lynott Ltd is the Registered Insulation Contractor and the ID card is a clear indication that LCM Lynott’s operatives have attended the training course.
Insuletics are proud to be associated with both Whitefriars Housing Association the Client and British Gas, the Main Contractor for this project.
In order to comply with the governments ‘Modern Slavery Act of 2015’ Insuletics have published its Anti-Slavery Statement and Policy, which can be downloaded from our Policies Section.
Insuletics have launched its new standard colour chart for the Insul-Sil and Insul-Acryl finishes.
This is a small selection of the colours available and further colour choices can be made using the Feature, Deep, Premium and Special range of colours. Go to Read more and download the chart.
The chart can be downloaded by clicking here.