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CIBSE welcomes publication of major changes to building regulations

The publication of new regulations for Higher Risk Buildings (HRBs) and the major changes to the Building Regulations that will enable further elements of the Building Safety Act to be fully implemented in England on 1 October 2023, have been ...

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IFMA partners with BCS to offer members cyber protections

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is offering members resources, training, and tools to mitigate cyber risk in facility operations through a new partnership with Building Cyber Security (BCS), a non-profit organisation enhancing global safety via the development of cybersecurity ...

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Veolia leads the way in training to support EV technology

To address the anticipated shortfall of 16,000 EV trained vehicle technicians by 2032, resource management firm, Veolia, and training specialists, Autotech Training, have now implemented the first Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) approved qualifications for the company’s workshop teams. ...

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NatWest unveils free retrofit skills programme for construction sector

NatWest Group has joined forces with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to provide a free retrofit learning platform for the construction industry. As the School’s first partner within the finance sector, both organisations aim to build capability and capacity to accelerate retrofitting ...

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IoH launches industry mental health at work toolkit with charity Mind

The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has joined forces with Mental Health at Work, a programme curated by Mind, to produce a toolkit which provides a range of resources to help individuals across the industry tackle mental health issues in the workplace, ...

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Atlas Security partners with Action for Children  

Atlas Security has chosen leading UK charity, Action for Children as its partner. As part of this partnership, Atlas Security volunteered its security services for the charity’s inaugural FestivALL event, while also providing support at the London Marathon and fundraising ...

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Compass gifts £500k to fund apprenticeships in West Midlands

West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has been gifted £500,000 from Compass Group UK & Ireland to boost hospitality and professional services apprenticeships for the region, via the Apprenticeship Levy Fund. The funding will help people gain the skills, knowledge and ...

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Rye Memorial Hospital achieves carbon neutrality

Rye, Winchelsea & District Memorial Hospital has become the UK’s first community hospital to achieve carbon neutrality. The installation of its new renewable systems was followed by confirmation from its electricity supplier that all power now comes from fully renewable sources ...

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Sewell FM wins retail reactive maintenance deal

Sewell Facilities Management has been appointed by retailer, Heron Foods, to provide reactive maintenance for its stores across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Sewell FM will be on hand to respond to requests for maintenance assistance for 86 of Heron Foods’ 325 stores, ...

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Staff missing their personal space in the office

Despite hot-desking becoming more common in the hybrid world of work, staff prefer to have their own personal space, according to a new study. Global workplace creation expert Unispace’s ‘Returning for Good’ study – which surveyed 9,500 office workers and ...

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