C&K Install Induction Loop Systems for Hanover Housing
C&K has been employed by Hanover Housing to install Induction Loop systems in the sitting rooms and dining rooms of their properties in order to meet the obligations set out in the Equality Act 2010.
Our highly experienced team ensured that all work was carried out with minimum
disruption to the residents.
“ The Association has been using Campbell & Kennedy as a valued contractor in excess of 10 years and continues to do so.Their highly qualified team, provide a valuable service to the Association. Based on our experience with this company, I can highly recommend them for their professional aptitude and expertise. The engineers are trained to a high standard and perform as would be expected of a prominent company in this field “
Will Anderson, Services Engineer
The Equality Act 2010 is the law that bans discrimination and helps achieve equal opportunities in the workplace and in wider society. The Act applies to all service providers who offer goods, facilities or services to the public, regardless if the services are free or paid for, or the size of the organisation.
This includes: local and central government services; estate agents and private landlords; property developers, management agencies and investment companies; and accommodation agents, councils and housing associations.
After the properties were surveyed, Campbell & Kennedy came up with a solution to design, supply and install an Induction Loop System, which is used to assist the hearing impaired by transmitting amplified sound, i.e., music, speech etc. to hearing aids.
Campbell & Kennedy provide advice and installation services for the provision of Induction Loop Systems. Our fully trained electrical contracting division are experienced in carrying out installation and maintenance work for a range of clients, including Housing Associations and Property Managers.
The successful installation of the Induction Loop System ensured Hanover Housing were able to provide their residents with equal opportunities to make use of the facilities in the dining and sitting rooms of their properties, therefore meeting the requirements of the Equalities Act 2010.