Welcome to the Knowledge Hub, the information resource for the finishes and interiors sector. Our easy-to-use online library contains a wide variety of material, drawn from a broad range of sources. The Knowledge Hub is constantly expanding, with up-to-date and topical material added on a regular basis.
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Technical support including advisory service, technical notes and guides
Contractual and Legal
Contractual and legal information such as regulations and standards for interiors
Employment information including policies, corporate governance and pensions
Health and Safety
Health and safety information including policies and health and safety toolbox
Sustainability information including measuring plasterboard waste in the sector
Business and Taxation
Information to help you manage your business such as policies and procedures
Support for specifiers
Technical and product advice for specifiers.
FIS Quality Framework: Product Process People (PPP)
British Standards relevant to the fit-out and finishes sector.
FIS BIM Toolkit
FIS has produced a BIM Toolbox to raise awareness among specialist contractors on the processes required to work using BIM
FIS Responds to Consultation on Omitting National Standards from ADB
FIS has today responded to the the Department for Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC) consultation on changes to the guidance in England using Approved Document B (ADB). This consultation includes the recommendation to remove national classes using the BS476...
FIS launch two further guides for drylining
FIS has today launched two new expert guides; a Pre-construction Guide for Drylining and a Construction Site Guide for Drylining. They are an invaluable resource for the industry and aim to reduce risk, ensure compliance and guarantee that projects are delivered on...
Fire Prevention on Construction Sites: The Joint Code of Practice on the Protection from Fire of Construction Sites and Buildings Undergoing Renovation
The Joint Code of Practice for Fire Prevention on Construction Sites was first published in 1992 with the objective of preventing fires on construction sites. Now in its 10th edition, the code has been revised and re-issued to ensure it continues to address not only...
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