Find data daunting?

You probably have a lot more building data available to you than you realise. Here’s Iain Robinson on how to identify it, use it and keep it tidy. Before you even start having conversations about pouring data into a BMS (building management system) to automate and streamline your operations, take stock of the data you’ve probably already been tracking and recording. At Grosvenor we tend to di

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New Requirements? | How The New AS/NZS 61439 Standards Will Affect You.

THERE'S A NEW AS/NZS 61439 STANDARD IN TOWN We all know change is inevitable – tech continues to make headway, and so do our safety expectations. Given that the current AS/NZS 3439 standard first came into play in 1998, there have been many advancements in electrical switchgear, design, manufacture, and safety processes. The updated standard also stands to refine financial and legal

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Why test & tag? How minimising electrical hazards can reduce risks.

Across the two years from 2014-2016, 1,065 people were hospitalised with an electrical injury. 47% of these people were injured while doing their work. The best way to prevent people from coming into contact with electrical hazards at work is to make sure you regularly test your equipment and appliances for damage and faults. The AS/NZS 3760 is the Australian Standard that regulates the test and

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Do you need a risk assessment of your emergency lighting plan?

Emergency lighting, safety standards and your building are evolving at the same time. Thomas Doss, National Service Line Manager, Electrical, shares his insights. As National Service Line Manager for Grosvenor Engineering Group’s (Grosvenor) Electrical division, Thomas oversees the growth, delivery, consistency, tech support and compliance of the Grosvenor electrical division nation

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