New Matting CPD Seminar From Gradus

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19 September 2011

Approved by the RIBA, the new CPD seminar entitled: ‘The Specification and Design Considerations of Barrier Matting Systems’ is divided into three main sections, ‘Why?’ ‘Where?’ and ‘How?’, using smaller subsections to provide details regarding the importance of making the right specification, paying particular attention to the long term benefits an effective matting system offers.

The seminar incorporates the latest legislation and best practice guidelines affecting building products specification, including The Building Regulations 2000 Approved Document M (ADM 2004) and BS8300:2009+A1:2010, to help specifiers meet the guidance contained in the Equality Act 2010. 

Facts and information provided by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Entrance Flooring Systems Association (EFSA) and UK Slip Resistance Group (UKSRG) are also included.

Chloe Taylor, Assistant Product Manager for Gradus, says: “As a reputable provider of CPD seminars and specialists in inclusive building design, we ensure that our seminars provide specifiers with the most up to date and relevant information. Our new matting seminar will aid the specification process and ensure architects are aware of the latest standards in order to increase public safety, reduce maintenance costs and maintain the life cycle of adjacent floorcoverings.”

The CPD seminar also explains the importance of specifying fit-for-purpose matting and highlights the importance of a good cleaning and maintenance regime, as well as covering practical installation advice. 

For further information on ‘The Specification and Design Considerations of Barrier Matting Systems’ CPD seminar, please contact the Gradus Marketing Department on 01625 428922 or visit www.gradusworld.com.