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B&M Waste Innovation Centre becomes a Children’s University Learning Destination

Carbon Neutral waste management company, B&M Waste Services, has announced its Innovation Centre, Milner House is now a Children’s University Learning Destination after receiving outstanding feedback from validators. The Children’s University is a charity that works in partnership with schools to ...

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ISS and innocent drinks partner for school gardening initiative

ISS has partnered with innocent drinks to deliver Green Fingers – The Big Grow. The week-long gardening event aims to educate pupils about the benefits of homegrown food, sustainability and trying new foods. For the past seven years, ISS has ...

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ABM UK launches second year of perception change campaign J.E.E.P

Facilities management services provider, ABM UK, has kicked off year two of its  Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P) following a successful pilot year with three schools in West London. The programme aims to tackle perceptions and provide information about engineering, FM ...

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Don’t let the levy break

The FM sector has a lot to gain from the Apprenticeship Levy, but a troubled first year hasn’t given the industry confidence it will achieve its ambitious aspirations. It’s not too late though, and a series of simple changes would ...

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Farnek maintains international rating for its cleaning science  

UAE-based total FM company, Farnek, continues its accreditation program from the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), the largest independent, professional and educational body in the cleaning industry. The overall objective of BICSc accredited training and education is to promote ...

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Mind the gap

One of the biggest challenges for any organisation is attracting, recruiting, training and retaining good people. Chris Kenneally, CEO at The Cordant Group explains more about how the FM industry needs to embrace these principles In my opinion there has ...

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An industry in need

In the wake of another successful year FMJ spoke to Andrew Mawson, the brains behind Workplace Week, who thinks that FM can go above and beyond to challenge lives (okay workspaces) in a way the traditional view of the industry ...

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Facilities are an important factor in students choosing their University

A new study which looks into the student experience and how important university facilities are, has revealed that two thirds (67 per cent) of UK students say that facilities were a key factor when choosing their university. As expected, the ...

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The adaption game

Britain’s relatively low productivity levels are increasingly in the spotlight, and once again attention is focused on skills shortages and education gaps. But for a fast-changing sector such as FM Jane Bell, director of corporate development – BIFM training, argues there are ...

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CIDB and BIFM join forces to develop FM profession in Malaysia

The Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) and the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) have agreed to work together and explore opportunities to develop, support and enrich the facilities management (FM) profession in Malaysia. The areas of collaboration between ...

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