Being the industry authority, the GGF promotes best practice and sets the highest technical and health & safety standards. The Federation is also the voice of the industry in local and national politics helping shape and influence policy and legislation. As well as offering an array of benefits to its members, the GGF guides and protects homeowners when buying glass or glazing products and services.
The GGF has recently published a new and updated version of the “Working at Height Code of Practice – Safety in the Domestic Replacement Window Industry” brochure.
As a scheme operator and promoter of TrustMark, The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) was delighted to hear of TrustMark’s successful nationwide ‘Home Improvement Month’ PR campaign which reached more than 3.4 million consumers during April and May on local radio stations.
Congratulations to Nigel Budd of GGF Member Thomas Sanderson Ltd Window Accessories on winning an iPad Mini 32GB in the GGF FIT Show Prize Draw sponsored by Citation.
This week, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, unveiled his Budget 2013 for an “aspiration nation” but the Glass and Glazing Federation was not too impressed with the overall plans for the construction industry, feeling that the Chancellor could have done more to stimulate real growth.
Though Green Deal has been launched for 4 weeks the GGF is still working in the background with various organisations to make it work for GGF Members and the glass and glazing industry in general. Here’s a round up of some of the Federation’s recent activity on Green Deal.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) was pleased to hear the recent Government announcement that Consequential Improvements (CI) will not be implemented in Building Regulations 2013 for England.