This request follows legal and mandatory legislation under the European Performance of Buildings Directive and specifically T.M44 AirConditioning Assesment certification. Your AirConditioning Assesment Certificates should be readily available at all times and be lodged on the government Landmark database. Failure to have appropriate Certificates will be subject to fines of £300 per building, each week.

Q. It is a legal requirement that you hold valid AirConditioning Assesments if any building has a total of more than 12kw of air conditioning present. Certificates are valid from 5 years of the issue date. Have you undertaken a T.M44 AirConditioning Assesment?

Q. Who is the responsible person for ensuring that your buildings are surveyed and assessed, please provide the name, address, email address and telephone number of the responsible person.

Q. If your T.M44 Certificates are in place, what is their expiry date?
Q. What was the order value of the works placed with the Company which undertook the work?

Q. Provide a breakdown of the price per building if available.

Q. How many Certificates were produced?

Q. Was the Assessor independent as required under the Regulations?

Q. Name the Assessor organisation.

Q. Do you have ISO 14001 Accreditation

Dear Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,

This freedom of information request is now overdue, please provide a response.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Evans

Governance Information (BARNSLEY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST),

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Dear Mr Evans,

Please find attached the Trust response which was sent to you on the 22nd August 2014.

I have also included your original request containing the email address you originally provided. This does differ from the email address you are now using.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me on the below telephone number should you wish for further clarification.

Kind Regards
Information Governance Team
Block 12

Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Extension 2017 | Direct 01226 432017

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