New brochure reveals SELECT’s work behind the scenes

Brochure for SELECT

A new brochure has been produced that explains some of the vital work that SELECT carries out behind the scenes.

The new publication, called By Your Side, outlines the many different ways we work on Members’ behalf to help improve the industry for everyone.

It reveals how SELECT is a tireless campaigner for regulation, presses for payment change and carries out political lobbying in Scotland and beyond.

It also explains the vital work we do to raise industry standards, improve working conditions and aid skills development by building relationships and serving on respected industry bodies.

Iain Mason, Director of Membership & Communications at SELECT, said: “Our team of experts promote our Members’ interests in a variety of ways, from advising on essential technical and employment matters to conducting political lobbying.

“However, this dedication often happens unnoticed behind the scenes – so this guide explains exactly how we’re always working on our Members’ behalf.

“It explains clearly how we work around the clock to give our Members a strong collective voice, putting their needs first and creating a brighter future for us all.”

A digital copy of the new brochure can be found and downloaded here:

Copies are also available from your Member Representative and can be ordered by emailing or calling 0131 445 5577.

The new brochure follows the successful rollout of a previous SELECT publication last year. Titled Cause for Alarm, the eight-page guide was produced to help the public understand new regulations about smoke, fire and carbon monoxide alarms.

Designed to be handed out to consumers and landlords by SELECT Members, it identified the types of fire and smoke alarms specified for use and exactly where they should – and shouldn’t – be installed around the home.

The guide, which was developed in partnership with Aico, also provided similar advice about the location of carbon monoxide alarms, as well as giving an introduction to the Tolerable Standard and Repairing Standard.


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