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Flying solo

London Stansted Airport has taken the unusual step of insourcing its cleaning and waste management – the first major UK airport to do so. Sara Bean visited the terminal to discover how the in-house FM team is managing London Stansted ...

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Facilities Show 2019

The World’s Largest Facilities Management Event: covering Building Management to Workplace Technology and Workplace Wellbeing to Smart Buildings takes place from 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London UK. During the show visitors will have the opportunity to meet around 282 ...

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The rise of coworking spaces: key challenges for FMs

Are coworking workspaces moving away from being the preserve of tech start-ups and small businesses and attracting medium to larger sized corporates? If so, what could the uptake of coworking mean for FMs in terms of offering high quality amenities ...

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On the road to extinction?

Blog from Rory Murphy, Commercial Director, VINCI Facilities Over the Easter period it would have been impossible not to notice the widespread demonstrations and public disruption caused by the Extinction Rebellion movement in London. The whole purpose of the movement ...

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Career Ladder talks to Cheryl Whiting at Encore Estate Management

Q: What was you first job in the FM sector? I was working in a Residential Home when I was 23, taking care of the cleaning team, parking and security teams there. Q: What made you choose FM as a ...

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Compliance: Wiring Regulations

Chris Cerisola, NICEIC Qualified Supervisor (QS) at Artic Building Services looks at some of the changes made from the 17th to the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations. RCDs (residual-current device) is every electrician’s favourite subject in the designing of new electrical ...

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Workplace matters

IWFM CEO Linda Hausmanis explains the Institute’s new suite of workplace management courses World FM Day took place on the 15th of May. The idea behind it is to encourage discussion, argument, debate and hopefully motivate people into exchanging a ...

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High principles

A proactive culture around safety basics will stop preventable working at height deaths, says Ken Diable, Managing Director of Heightsafe Scan the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) list of recent prosecutions and the risks associated with working at height will ...

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Aloud and clear

Andrew Thomas of Contacta Systems, and Chair of the International Hearing Loop Manufacturers Association (IHLMA), explains why assistive listening technology should be incorporated into every project Hearing loss affects one in six of the UK population (almost 11 million people), ...

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Fatal impact

Simon Slade, Principal Technologist at Pilkington UK, discusses the role of glass and glazing in making buildings more bird-friendly Bird protection is becoming an important consideration in building design. Some estimates suggest that collisions with buildings are responsible for the ...

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