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Amthal Adds DHF Membership To Its Credentials
Amthal has become a full member of the prestigious Door & Hardware Federation (DHF,) highlighting its ongoing commitment to health and safety across its automated gates, product and service portfolio.
The DHF is a not for profit trade association for companies associated with Locks & Building Hardware; Doorsets; Industrial Doors & Shutters; Domestic Garage Doors and Automated Gates.
Regarded as a Centre of Excellence, DHF offers specifiers and end users of individual and commercial buildings, alongside domestic customers a single source for technical expertise, information, knowledge, and advice.
Says Jamie Allam, CEO Amthal Fire & Security: “DHF is undoubtedly the go-to association when it comes to influencing the future of technical security, helping organisations understand and comply with latest health and safety legislation, relevant to our industry.
“Our membership aligns us with an organisation that represents the agreed, best and most effective way of delivering a product and service. As a business, we are looking forward to receiving first-hand the latest developments on our industry, whilst presenting our customers with a portfolio of automated gate products that achieves DHF requirements for, safety and compliance.”
Amthal will now be able to present its membership of DHF with the use of its logo on all printed and digital media; to demonstrate its dedication to an organisation associated with quality, credibility and raising industry standards.
Nick Perkins, Training & Compliance Officer added: “At DHF, in our role as an industry leading trade association, we provide the knowledge that members use to enable them to put a safe a compliant product on the market. We sit on various standards committees throughout the UK and Europe and are at the forefront of safety and compliance. Our aim is to advance standards to improve the quality and safety of products, services and systems. We welcome new DHF members on their journey to demonstrate commitment to best practice.”