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Fire Sprinkler Maintenance Post Lockdown – 5 Important things to consider

As we approach the thought of a release from lockdown it’s important to consider what may have changed in the dormant buildings whilst we have been away. Whilst the Alpine Service Team have remained 100% operational across the UK some ...

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Continuity of service in uncertain times

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed many challenges for the facilities management sector. Not only have managers been required to continuously adapt their working practices, but the past year has also seen the role change to become more prominent and even ...

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Hobart service division’s support ‘making a big difference’ in UK hospitals

Hobart Service are continuing to go above and beyond to support our NHS, and the ongoing handwork and dedication from the Service team has not gone unnoticed. Amid a third lockdown and at a time where UK hospitals are busier ...

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Why you should ‘go green’ with your generator maintenance

For facilities managers in any industry with a need for back-up power, the importance of generator maintenance cannot be underestimated. Downtime can be costly, and in many cases, mission critical. According to national statistics, it has been estimated that a ...

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Will your back-up generators work in the event of a power outage?

Clearly there are big challenges facing all sectors today. Ensuring continuity of power is of critical importance at this challenging time. Gary Hickey, Specialist Fuel Divisions Director at Adler and Allan, explains the issues of microbial contamination in back-up generator ...

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Engineers on the go

Jason O’Neill, National Maintenance Operations Manager for Greggs, explains how the food-on-the-go retailer has created a state-of-the-art, technology-led, shop maintenance service with impressive results I joined Greggs 20 years ago as a shop maintenance engineer. Having worked through various roles ...

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Keeping it simple

Good asset maintenance does not have to depend on expensive, esoteric technology, says Alistair Clements, CEO of REAMS. It’s about getting the basics right Facilities managers are constantly seeking the silver bullet that will make their lives and jobs better. ...

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Class structure

The right software can bring structure and consistency to asset registers, minimising the risk of bad data and inaccurate maintenance plans, argues Paul Durant, Strategic Project Manager at FSI There is an administration overhead to maintaining data in any system, ...

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Smooth running

James O’Hare Head of M&E Services at PHS Compliance explains how an effective maintenance policy supports client operations while ensuring compliance Planned maintenance regimes for buildings and their electrical and mechanical assets are used to guide duty holders and responsible ...

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PPM gets smart

Could data be the key to unlocking value? Stuart Davies, MD M&E, Bellrock, looks at the potential of technology to improve maintenance outcomes  The more optimistic among us were expecting the pressure on the economy to lift, but with uncertainty ...

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