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Commco introduces ‘missing links’ for AV managed services

Commco’s FlexiCare®, HelpLink® and RemoteLink™️ services represent flexible, intuitive and safe support for AV estates and collaboration spaces. Intelligent AV managed services for safely distanced, touchless, remote technologies and accurate performance reporting. Commco has introduced a suite of managed services ...

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Digitising Existing Buildings – new webinar series

BIM awareness and adoption has increased in the UK by over 60% in the last 8 years, but it’s not all just about new builds. Service Works Global has over 25 years’ experience of working with digital models, BIM, and ...

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Adapt and learn

FMs experiencing career upheaval due to the COVID crisis, need to hone their skills and knowledge to ensure they’re ready for the next challenge, says Beth Goodyear of FMHS Consulting The workplace is changing, and we need to change with ...

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Imtech Inviron plays on at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Imtech Inviron has signed a new strategic partnership with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to drive service delivery and cost performance enhancements. The technical facilities management business has been supporting the Conservatoire team since 2017 and has now been appointed to ...

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Social value in procurement model launched to assess a supplier’s social impact

Following new measures launched last week, businesses seeking to win government work must set out how they will also deliver social value priorities. The social value model, which will come into effect on 1 January 2021 will be used by ...

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Corps Security pilots speech to text and translation technology

To overcome communication issues caused by wearing face masks, and address language barriers, Corps Security has commenced a pilot scheme which equips officers with speech to text and translation tools. Forty Corps Security officers across retail sites in Birmingham, Cheltenham ...

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The best handwashing possible? (with the least water)

Methven have announced a range of Waterblade Compatible Washroom taps in their new 2020 ‘One Book’. Just look out for the Waterblade Compatible icon. An exceptionally powerful combination for the best low flow handwashing that is possible. Waterblade gives great ...

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Lone workers

Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision, and they can be found in many working environments. EXAMPLES OF LONE WORKING INCLUDE: People working alone in premises, such as shops or kiosks Home workers People ...

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Compass Group excels at RoSPA Awards

Compass Group UK & Ireland has seen six of its sectors recognised at the RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Health and Safety Awards. ESS Support Services Worldwide has achieved Gold for a staggering 18 consecutive years and ...

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Leesman research finds the home is outperforming the office in some fundamental areas

The insight obtained from an ongoing home working study by Leesman is providing organisations with the information they need to design workplace and home working strategies that support the employee experience throughout and beyond Covid-19. In March 2020, the independent ...

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