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September 27, 2021

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Air Conditioning Inspections and Energy Use

Air conditioning inspections are a vital part of business planning for building owners or managers. Air conditioning inspections aren’t just a legal requirement, but they are also an important element of your ethical responsibilities. We all know that the environment is suffering from the impact that humans have made – by having a TM44 report carried out on your systems, not only will you keep trading standards at bay, but, more importantly, these reports can also help you to keep a check on the energy performance of your air con systems. This makes this type of inspections crucial if you want to reduce your carbon emissions and, in turn, do your bit for the environment. TM44 reports are the only way to check how your air con systems are performing from an efficiency point of view. Without a report, you will have no idea if your systems are eating their way through a disproportionate amount of energy. Every unnecessary unit of energy that your air conditioning systems are using is a unit of energy that is wasted and ultimately has a detrimental effect on the world around us. Air Conditioning Inspections and Your Corporate and Social Responsibility With the potential […] read more
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What Is an Independent Medical Examination?

An Independent medical examination (IME) is an examination done by a doctor (usually hired by an insurance company) because you have a claim or lawsuit and there is a dispute of your physical or mental condition. Personal injury lawsuit (as plaintiff); New York No-Fault insurance claim (from a motor vehicle accident); Worker’s Compensation claim; or, Disability insurance benefits claim. You should know several things about the IME. The “other side” –usually an insurance company — selects the doctor. Usually, the doctor has a medical specialty in the area where the hurt person is claiming injury. So a claim for a fractured arm or leg should mean you see an orthopedist; an eye injury, an ophthalmologist; broken teeth, a dentist; and so on. You may be asked to undergo more than one IME visit, by doctors with different specialties. After you are examined the IME doctor will write a report that will be sent to the insurance company or law firm that hired him or her. Usually a copy is then sent to your attorney. IMEs are not really “independent.” The doctor examining you is paid by the insurance company and he or she knows that a continued flow of insurance […] read more
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