Leading organisations from across the further and higher education sector have joined forces to create the Sustainability Exchange. Combining resources and experience from top sustainable development and education bodies, the Sustainability Exchange is the number one resource for sustainability in UK tertiary education sharing a wealth of information that is available to everyone.
The Sustainability Exchange would not be possible without our Partners. They represent the leading organisations from across the UK further and higher education sector. Combining resources and experience from these bodies, the Sustainability Exchange pioneers the UK’s number one centralised sustainability information portal for tertiary education.
Our list of Partners will continue to grow meaning that the Sustainability Exchange will evolve tremendously over the coming months and years.
The Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA) is an organisation for the promotion of safety and health in higher education. Membership is primarily open to higher education institutions both in the UK and overseas. Membership is also available to research institutions, further education colleges and related organisations upon request.
The association was formed in 1973 and has grown over the years to its current cohort of approximately 150 members.
To find out more about USHA, visit www.usha.org.uk
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The USHA Fire Group identified that fire aspects of building design in the Higher Education sector frequently fail to fully meet the needs of our institutions and that...
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