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FETA urges FMs to have DSEAR risk assessments in place

The Federation of Environmental Trade Association (FETA) has issued a warning to facilities managers to ensure they have the necessary DSEAR Risk Assessments in place for all air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pumps installed on their premises. The Dangerous Substances ...

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Tork offers virtual reality hand hygiene training

New from Tork is a cutting-edge virtual reality training simulation aimed at improving hand hygiene in healthcare. Manufacturer Essity collaborated with behavioral scientists, university hospitals and global hand hygiene experts in developing this ground-breaking tool. Tork VR Clean Hands Training ...

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Comply with new ventilation fire risk standards with Filta

Award-winning Filta has unveiled a new automated duct-cleaning service to help operators meet the stricter TR19 increased fire risk management standards for commercial kitchens. FiltaVent works by spraying biological enzymes directly into the ventilation system with special nozzles to reduce ...

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New healthcare hot water guidance aims to ease compliance

In an effort to improve hot water provision in the healthcare sector, a new guide has been launched that outlines the most important technology to look out for when complying with Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) 04-01. Created by Heatrae Sadia, ...

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Keeping up

Dave Cooper, MD of LECS (UK), offers an expert guide to the maze of legal obligations and standards required during the life cycle of a lift The responsibility involved and extensive range of documentary obligations required to manage a single ...

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Workplace ergonomics survey 2020

HSE legislation legally obliges employers to protect workers from the health risks of working with display screen equipment (DSE), such as PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones; but the wider definition of workplace ergonomics is to increase the comfort, safety and ...

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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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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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Delivering first class property compliance

The Royal Mail is one of the oldest organisations in the world, with its origins tracing back over 500 years. Today it employs around 162,000 people across the group, 143,000 of which are in the UK. its contribution to the UK ...

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Barbour launches new-and-improved service

Following two years of research, consultation and development, Barbour is delighted to announce the launch of its redesigned service. Barbour has collaborated with customers to explore new ways to improve the service based entirely on their needs, resulting in a ...

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