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Managing water-borne legionella

In many ways, water contamination seems like an issue consigned to history, yet outbreaks continue to occur causing illness and, in the worst cases, fatalities. In this article, Spencer Culley, Managing Director at Churchill Environmental discusses why thorough processes are ...

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How to make meetings more productive

A recent poll carried out for Remark Group revealed that meeting rooms aren’t facilitating productivity or collaboration, as half of people leave meetings thinking they weren’t successful. What more can be done to make meetings more productive, including their design, ...

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Skilled services

Kim Leahy, HR Director, Corporate Services, Sodexo UK & Ireland explains the importance for services businesses such as FM providers to give people the right skills and attributes to deliver against their clients’ needs now and into the future Customer ...

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A #POSH idea

Positive Occupational Safety & Health means taking inclusive, diverse and equal action says Louise Hosking Director, Hosking Associates WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? Achieving true inclusion within diverse and equitable workplaces makes a significant difference to the bottom line. This is ...

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Career Ladder talks to Vacherin’s head of food & development

Q: How did you progress through the profession to your current role? I started my career in a front of house role for a well known café in Canberra. I moved there at 17 and needed to pay for my volleyball ...

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Speed test

Victims of ‘drive-by’ testing may be paying a heavy price when Working at Height warns Ken Diable Managing Director at Heightsafe Systems Ltd Facilities Managers are dealing with myriad pressures in their roles – not least the pressure to do ...

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Remember Remember… the 12th of December

Blog from Rory Murphy, Commercial Director, VINCI Facilities So after a year of political deadlock and more votes in Parliament than anyone of us can comprehend we are finally all set for a general election in December. The ‘Brexmas’ election ...

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Thirsty work

Keeping building occupants hydrated is a balancing act between taste, quality, wellbeing and sustainability, says Sara Bean Nearly two-thirds of the human body is composed of water, and even a reduction of as little as two per cent of body ...

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Fire protection and precautions

The principle legislation regarding fire precautions in England and Wales is The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Similar requirements apply in Scotland under The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 and the Fire (Scotland) Regulations 2006. The Order has been in ...

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Our standards. Your guarantee.

CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes guarantee standards in the cleaning and hygiene sector Buyers of cleaning and hygiene products can be certain they get what they pay for thanks to the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) Accreditation Schemes. The Schemes cover ...

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