There's a new logo, branding and website for the Construction Fixings Association (CFA).
Stacked with resources aimed at assisting the industry to provide quality and safe construction fixings installations, the new CFA website has been completely restructured with guidance notes, method statements and installation videos.
There are also technical articles and clear guidance on all European and UK standards for construction fixings. News such as the changes to the anchor approval system are also covered on the new portal.
Construction Fixings Association: Certified training courses
Aside from the resource of the re-branded website, the CFA also offers comprehensive, certified training courses offered through the website.
The courses are now being augmented by a new e-learning platform to provide a strong basic level of knowledge and understanding on a flexible, user-friendly timescale, says CFA.
The CFA was established in 1979 and represents some of the major manufacturers of fixings systems which are set in drilled holes in all construction materials, such as concrete, blockwork, brickwork, plasterboard and stonework.
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