WITH an industry facing a minefield of legislation and compliance targets, Manchester HEVAR (March 26-27) is delivering a packed seminar schedule at the start of play at Lancashire Cricket Club.
On Thursday, March 27, the HVCA conference holds centre stage with a seminar called 'Certification -who needs it?'
Mike Creamer, managing director of training provider Business Edge, will offer an industry overview of the implications of current and anticipated legislation relating to the handling and use of refrigerant gases.
Graeme Fox, chairman of the HVCA Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Group and managing director of air conditioning contractor Specialist Mechanical Services, will discuss the practical implications for contractors and clients of the ozone depleting substances and F Gas Regulations.
Stephen Crocker, secretary of REFCOM, will explain
the key role which the register of companies competent
in safe refrigerant handling could play in the certification
of refrigeration and air conditioning engineers.
On Wednesday, March 26, the exhibition plays host to the CIBSE Conference 'Energy Performance Certificates - meet the growing demands for energy assessments'. Attendees to Manchester HEVAR can learn about the likely market for energy assessment, how you qualify and what the costs and training requirements will be.
With the 'An integrated approach to BMS commissioning' seminar Doug Robins, president of the Building Controls Industry Association his insight into the importance of commissioning within building controls.
As well as seminars, the HVAC exhibition will present the latest
technologies at the many exhibition stands. Everyone who pre-registers and attends Manchester HEVAR could win a bottle of wine and will be treated to a free lunch.
All seminars and entrance to Manchester HEVAR is free. Book your place now!