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Frontline Security Solutions Wins First Gold Award for Occupational Health and Safety

Frontline Security Solutions Limited has received its first Gold Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), winning in its first year of entering. RoSPA Gold Award winners are recognised for achieving a high level of performance while demonstrating well-developed occupational health and safety management systems and culture, outstanding control of risk, and low levels of error, harm and loss. Frontline Security Solutions is a part of Chubb, which is a part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.
Nichola Maher, EH&S Manager, Frontline Security Solutions said, “Frontline has a robust, people-centric ethic, and together we are delighted to receive our first ROSPA award, particularly a Gold Award.”
Project Manager for Frontline Security Solutions Simon Trundley, who collected the award, said: “By demonstrating the robust health and safety practices we have in place, we are helping to ensure that all staff feel safe at work, which gives us more confidence to carry out our roles and responsibilities. I am extremely honoured to be receiving such an important award for and on behalf of Frontline Security Solutions.”
By achieving a RoSPA Award, an organisation is acknowledged for its commitment to maintaining a well-balanced approach to health and safety management, as well as demonstrating superior practices in areas such as leadership and workplace contribution.


New Tansun Radiant Heating Panels Are Innovation In Heating Student Homes

For all owners of privately owned residences, the comfort of those who will be living there should be a main priority. Choosing a heating system can be tough, especially as owners will want a solution that is cost-effective, stylish and convenient whilst creating a warm and comfortable environment.
What is the benefit of electric heating in student accommodation?
Electric heating can allow the proprietor to manage energy usage and cut heating costs substantially. With domestic and commercial properties in mind, heating experts Tansun have recently designed new radiant panels that are discrete and unobtrusive and can blend into any environment. Ideal for housing associations and student accommodation, Tansun’s radiant heating panels provide even heat distribution to gently warm people and objects before targeting the surrounding air. The panels boast advanced heating technology which is designed to be environmentally friendly and remarkably energy efficient and where energy conversion rates are around 98%, making them the most cost effective option when heating a building with a high volume of residents where spaces will always be unused.
Why is radiant electric heating the ‘go-to’ heating solution?
It is safe and reliable. Tansun radiant panels are designed with a number of benefits which include providing instant, healthy, comfortable and gentle heat, ensuring safety and reliability, and are silent making them perfect for noise-sensitive environments. Developed to be highly energy efficient, the panels are cost effective and can save approximately 30-70% in heating costs. They come with a full five-year warranty.
How does it work?
Allowing students to warm each of their rooms at the flick of a switch, Tansun radiant panels produce heat that is similar to the sun and instead of warming the air like conventional heaters they heat the people and objects directly in their paths. The purpose of the electric design is not only great for the environment as the rays emitted are easily absorbed by the items in the room, but as each panel is standalone each room can be heated as and when required. Rooms can be heated quickly and easily and no energy is wasted providing heat to unoccupied areas, and temperature levels can be adjusted using the Tansun thermostat.
Each heater is easy to install as there is no pipework and can be wall or ceiling mounted to save floor space. No regular maintenance or annual inspections are required as electric heating eliminates any hidden maintenance costs.
Where can they be used?
Many rooms can benefit from radiant panel heating including living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, garages and conservatories. There are many commercial applications for the new panel heaters too such as restaurants, offices, salons, hotels, retail and healthcare.
Three panel heaters have been developed by Tansun in different sizes to cater for numerous areas. The Iridium Series 600 (300W), 900 (610W) and 1200 (785W), are lightweight and extra slim radiant heating panels and combine advanced heating technology and a neutral design of white or black finish to blend in with any decor.
Tansun can create the panels in most RAL colour options to suit all environments. This simple feature can be important for the specification sector to help blend in with particular environments and colour schemes.
The Tansun Digital Thermostat helps to control the radiant heating panels easily to maximise their potential and save energy and money. Temperature levels can be adjusted based on heating requirements to heat each individual room separately. Designed to a high standard, the Tansun Thermostat will ensure a cosy atmosphere wherever a heater is installed.
All of Tansun’s products are made in the UK and are designed using premium components. The company has been established for 35 years and pioneered the concept of radiant electric heaters alongside Philips technology. Tansun has the largest range of commercial, industrial and domestic radiant heaters in the world, providing maintenance-free, safe and healthy radiant heaters for many different types of heating applications.


Exciting Few Months Ahead For Ecolighting

2019 is already shaping up well for EcolightingUK. Following its recent expansion and development, the company has been nominated for several awards and is to attend a major logistics exhibition later in the year.
Having been a finalist in the Electrical Review awards in the spring, Ecolighting has also been shortlisted for the 2019 UKWA (United Kingdom Warehousing Association) awards this month. June also saw the company head to the annual Made in the Midlands exhibition in Coventry and make the trip to Manchester to support WTG’s (Warehouse Technology Group) latest event.
Having recently become a member of the WTG, Ecolighting joins the collaboration of 20 companies involved in the provision of specialist solutions to the warehousing and logistics industry. The relationship was formed following Ecolighting’s 2018 project at specialist provider of training and development for the logistics sector Mantra Learning.   
Ecolighting will also be exhibiting at the UK’s largest logistics exhibition, IMHX, at the NEC this September. The company will be exhibiting its range of popular lighting products at the show, including its Sapphire and Pegasus luminaires, which are designed for use in a wide range of applications from industrial and warehouses to manufacturing and cold stores.

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