This month

MJ Quinn and Batchelor Electrical have been recognised under the Safe Contractor scheme run by health and safety specialist National Britannia.

Building services provider SES has appointed Noel Clancy as managing director of its facilities arm SES FM.

Newey & Eyre has opened a facilities management centre in London.

Logic Certification has obtained recognition from NICEIC for its Electrical Part P Level A Certificate of Competence. It will now be accepted for entrance onto the NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme.

Training provider BEST has appointed Mark Baxter as chief operations officer.

Speedy Hire has been named supplier of the year for the North West and North Wales region by construction firm Kier.

NICEIC Group has presented a cheque for £9400 to the Electrical and Electronics Industries Benevolent Association (EEIBA). The organisation had pledged a percentage of the proceeds of every building control certificate it processed during one year to the charity.

T Clarke has launched a 12-month safety poster campaign with a different theme each month. First up is slips, trips and falls.

Standby power supplier UPS Systems has joined the London Hydrogen Partnership, whose aim is to speed up adoption of hydrogen technology in the capital, including fuel cells.