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Address & Contact details:
Holm Oak Barn

Beluncle Halt
Stoke Road
Hoo, Rochester
Kent
ME3 9NT
www.hewi.co.uk
Sales & Marketing Department
Tel +44 (0)1634 258200
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HEWI (UK) Ltd

Overview

A clear design, high-quality materials, durable quality and excellent design – that's what HEWI stands for. With ist products, HEWI shows that intelligent functions and consistent design are not mutually exclusive. As a systems provider, HEWI supplies innovative, universal solutions for the sanitary and hardware segments. The shapes of the systems and ranges are matched with each other. Therefore, they enable continuous, consistent design throughout. Starting with office or commercial properties, to hotels and healthcare facilities through to private living. HEWI offers diverse materials such as chrome, stainless steel, polyamide as well as differentiated designs and functional options. The reduced design, the modular structure and comprehensive functions allow universal use of the systems.

CPD Material (3)


Seminar
Sanitary and Accessibility: Design and Function for All
To understand the relationship between the DDA, BS8300 and Doc M
- Consider design concepts to meet the standards
- Understand the drivers for the bathroom of the future
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Architectural Handrail and Balustrades, Contemporary Design to Meet Regulations
This seminar will:
- Highlight various requirements within these documents with regard to handrails
- Give a brief explanation/history of the Equality Act /BS8300:2001 (with BS8300:2009 amendements) and Document M, where we are and how we got there
- Consider design considerations and confirm the requirements within these documents regarding handrails
- Discuss what is resonable regarding Document M "Access to and use of buildings"
- Light reflectance values (LRV) what is it and why?
- Disability Rights Commission (DRC), who they are and what they do?
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Door Furniture for All to Handle
This seminar offers highlights perceived problems with The Equality Act, BS 8300:2001 and Part M of the building regulations relating to door furniture and offers solutions. The seminar looks at these three pieces of statutory requirements, where we are and how we got there. Some time is spent discussing what is "reasonable" regarding Document M, what are Light Reflectance Values and why they exist.
Material type: Seminar