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Rubbermaid Commercial Products ‘Changing Workplaces’ programme investigates Covid’s impact across Europe

Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) has launched Changing Workplaces: an in-depth research programme to investigate the complex changes the coronavirus pandemic has spurred in workplaces and facilities across Europe. Hand hygiene, cleaning and waste management now hold a permanent place in ...

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Have your say in Build Recruitment’s Salary Survey 2021

Build Recruitment is working with professionals across the built environment to build its annual salary guide to be released this April. The report will focus on hiring trends, the shift to and from home working, market confidence and of course, ...

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Workplace Ergonomics Survey 2021

Leading ergonomics specialist, DURABLE, is conducting research in partnership with FMJ to gain insights into how FMs approach ergonomics at home to equal that of the workplace. What began as a short-term response in March 2020 has morphed into a ...

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Increased levels of FM investment in digital tech says RICS

Demand for FM services continues to rise across the healthcare, manufacturing and education sectors, according to the November 2020 RICS UK Facilities Management Survey, which also reveals increased levels of investment in digital tech. The survey reports that employment levels ...

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Facilities Management Survey 2020

Over the past six months the FM sector has worked hard to meet the challenges of dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 crisis; from supporting office based staff who’ve switched to working from home to mobilising operatives offering front ...

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Kleen-Tex benefits of matting survey

From preventing slips and trips due to wet floors, to keeping dirt and damp to a minimum, the installation of suitable matting should be an integral part of any business. FMJ has teamed up with leading supplier Kleen-Tex Industries one ...

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Government campaign for a return to the office could be derailed by public transport fears

As the government prepares for a push to get people to return to the office, new research from Roadmender Asphalt, a Sheffield-based road repair SME, has found that two thirds of workers (65 per cent) no longer feel comfortable commuting ...

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Just a third of UK workers want to return to the office full time

Only a third (26 per cent) of full time UK workers want life to return to the way it was before lockdown, a new survey suggests. More than 40 per cent of respondents revealed that they like working from home, ...

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Trade bodies seek to understand RPE state-of-play in engineering services

A new survey which aims to establish the availability, cost and use of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) in engineering services has been launched. The availability and cost of  RPE and most notably face masks, has become a major issue since coronavirus ...

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Survey reveals the effects of Covid-19 on the lighting industry

The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has surveyed its members to establish the effect of the current lockdown on the lighting industry. Currently 89 per cent of members reported their business remained open in some form with the most operative functions ...

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