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A third of office workers do not take work breaks

The results of a new survey have revealed that one in three office workers are unable to make the most of breaks at work. A third (33 per cent) of office workers feel that their employer and or working environment does ...

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Over a third of workers are using the wrong fire extinguisher

More than 38 per cent of workers are using the wrong type of fire extinguisher on an electrical fire, according to a recent survey. Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, carried out a fire safety survey to ...

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Global report reveals students at UK universities are demanding healthier foods from on-site catering

A new report by Sodexo has revealed that more than half of UK students (60 per cent) expect vegan or vegetarian food to be available at their university catering or retail outlets, and 49 per cent expect free-from foods. The International University ...

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BIFM survey reveals a broadly positive outlook for FM sector in Middle East

The third annual Business Confidence Monitor – Middle East has revealed a consistently positive outlook and steady growth within the FM industry, with some key challenges ahead. The survey, conducted by BIFM in partnership with i-FM.net and FM EXPO, which ...

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Young people in the workplace are not taking H&S seriously enough

More than a quarter of young people are failing to follow the health and safety procedures put in place by their employer and are putting themselves in danger, according to new research. The survey of 2,000 employees, working for businesses ...

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Gaps in fire safety procedures for UK workplaces revealed

Almost one in five (16 per cent) Brits work for a company where not a single fire drill has been carried out in the last twelve months, despite this being a UK Government requirement for workplace health and safety regulations, ...

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Closing the gender pay gap in the construction sector

A OnePoll survey commissioned by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) found that despite an optimistic outlook about the gender pay gap figures across the construction sector, with nearly half (46 per cent) of construction workers predicting the gap ...

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1 in 2 buyers require CSR in procurement process

Almost half of buyer documents (48 per cent) seen by electrotechnical businesses with turnover above £1 million now ask about engagement with corporate social responsibility (CSR), according to new survey findings from the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) and the Considerate ...

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RICS warns historic buildings could be at risk from skills crisis

Historic buildings are at risk, due to a restoration skills crisis that threatens the future of some of Britain’s best-known national treasures, warns the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) following a recent survey it commissioned with YouGov. The survey ...

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Survey reveals many property and FM businesses are lacking technological maturity

According to new research carried out by Qube Global Software only a ‘tiny’ proportion of property and facilities management companies in the UK believe they are harnessing technology successfully, suggesting a large number will be playing ‘catch-up’ as the technology landscape ...

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