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Three major deals in the bag for SOCOTEC UK’s Asbestos team

SOCOTEC UK’s Asbestos team has secured three major contracts with three of the UK’s largest supermarket and retail chains. These contracts, worth over £2.5 million per annum, will cover more than 6,000 properties across the UK and will include the ...

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New MD at Churchill’s environmental compliance division

Churchill Group has appointed John Riley as the new Managing Director of Churchill Environmental Services (CES). Riley joins the soft services provider with over 30 years of experience within the public and private FM sector and business services management. His ...

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Common Assessment Standard and PAS 91 become best practice for public sector procurement

Contracting authorities in the public sector must prepare to assess their supply chains using the Common Assessment Standard (CHAS Elite) or PAS 91 (CHAS Advanced) following the release of Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 03/23 which updates the Selection Questionnaire and replaces PPN 08/16.   The changes, ...

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Fluorescent banned

A new wave of regulations, including the rewriting of the EcoDesign lighting regulations and the removal of the mercury exemptions for lighting means fluorescent lamps will be banned in the UK from September 2023 says Kevan Shaw, Design Director at ...

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Creating a transparent, compliant and resilient supply chain – diversity as a key enabler for success

On International Women’s Day 2023, FMJ is teaming up with Alcumus, leaders in supply chain compliance, and their client Sodexo, world leader in catering and facilities management, to explore how FM professionals can deliver unique value to existing and prospective ...

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ESG as the basis for modern business

CEO of Cleanology, Dominic Ponniah, explains how cleaning suppliers are using their ESG goals to help meet targets and show stakeholders they are committed to making a positive impact When we think about business, we usually consider the balance sheet. ...

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Launch of the 2023 FMJ and Grundon recycling and waste management survey

As the pandemic abates and organisations transition into managing new work patterns, FMJ in conjunction with Grundon Waste Management is pleased to launch the 2023 waste management and recycling survey which examines the ways in which FMs approach their waste ...

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CHAS is now part of Veriforce

Supply chain risk and compliance solutions provider, Veriforce, has completed its acquisition of CHAS 2013 Limited. CHAS, previously a wholly-owned subsidiary of the London Borough of Merton, is a leading provider of risk prevention, compliance, and supply chain management services, ...

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Changes in electrical safety laws explained

Tracy Burtwell, Managing Director of phs Compliance, explains how to stay on the right side of the law when it comes to testing your electrical equipment There have been changes in electrical safety laws in England, Scotland and Wales that ...

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BGF backs Environmental Essentials first acquisition

Environmental Essentials, one of the UK’s leading asbestos service providers, has secured a further £2.4 million follow-on investment from growth capital investor BGF to support its acquisition of Adams Environmental. Adams Environmental, which specialises in the listed building and education ...

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