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Westgrove working to improve mental health awareness

Westgrove Group has declared its first Mental Health Awareness Week a big success. The facilities management company sent out daily advice and information to its colleagues to help build awareness of mental health. Colleagues were also signposted to advice on ...

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AM Services Group on guard at Tronox

AM Services Group has won a contract with Tronox, at its Stallingborough plant, to deliver a range of security and front of house services. Located near Grimsby, on the south bank of the river Humber, Tronox Stallingborough is part of ...

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The key to the future

As awareness and adoption of BIM slowly spreads, Jon Clark, Sales Manager at FSI, reiterates the benefits of what should be a fundamental FM tool We all hear that BIM (building information modelling) holds the keys to the future of ...

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Hottest day of the year results in 85% increase in commercial air conditioning and refrigeration emergency callouts

With forecasters predicting record Summer temperatures of up to 40 degrees this year, the UK could be looking forward to a glorious summer. But, some businesses are about to enter the season of broken air conditioning units and refrigeration systems ...

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Change is in the air with Radiana launch

New intelligent climate control product launches at Canary Wharf apartments. Change was in the air at the launch of Radiana – a revolutionary new climate control product which responds to factors such as body heat, to create the perfect indoor ...

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Travis Perkins scoops £10m deal with One Manchester

Travis Perkins Managed Services has been awarded a five-year materials supply contract with One Manchester, a provider of housing and community services The contract worth up to £2 million per annum means Travis Perkins Managed Services is now fully responsible for ...

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Think again

Health and safety is crucially important for any business. Gary Carvell, HSEQ Director at VINCI, explains why the business ditched a tried and tested approach just when it was achieving its best results in years  They say that curiosity killed ...

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Research reveals pattern between waste management collection systems and worker absence rates

Changing waste collection systems used by councils in the UK could reduce staff absences due to Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs), a new study has shown. Research by the University of Greenwich, published in the Resources, Conservation and Recycling journal, has investigated ...

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BW: Workplace Experts appoints commercial director

London-based BW: Workplace Experts (BW), has appointed Steve Tucker to the role of Commercial Director. He will join newly appointed Managing Director, Max Steward to collaboratively lead a team as part of BW’s agreed strategy for the growth of the ...

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Fit for work

Julian Sheldrake, Director of Q Office Furniture, advises on how to put employees’ health and wellbeing at the forefront of office design One of the hottest trends in office furniture, particularly in offices with a hot-desking policy, is for sit-stand ...

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