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Lawful employment

Rob Biddlecombe, Environmental, Safety & Health Practice, Squire Patton Boggs explains the legal obligations for FMs in ensuring employees’ safe return to work The Government announcement in early May of a ‘conditional plan ’ to ease the national lockdown and ...

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WRAS urges businesses to take caution with water systems prior to re-opening

As many of the UK’s businesses consider reopening their doors, as a result of being closed to restrict the spread of Covid-19, the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) is encouraging business and property owners to consider the risks posed by ...

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Home working essentials for managers

Under strict new measures to try to slow the spread of coronavirus all non-key workers in the UK have been told to work from home. Here, we look at the responsibilities of FMs in ensuring compliance is maintained for remote ...

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IWFM calls on ministers to recognise FMs as ‘Key workers’

In a letter to the Secretaries of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Linda Hausmanis, IWFM CEO, has called for for workplace and facilities management professionals, and their contractors, to be recognised as ...

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Anabas launches apprenticeship programme for aspiring FMs

Corporate office FM specialist, Anabas has launched a new apprenticeship programme in partnership with Grey Seal Academy. The Grey Seal Academy apprenticeship scheme will be delivered to a group of current employees at Anabas who will have access to a ...

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Young Leader of The Year Award 2019 to launch at The Crystal

The Emerging Workplace Leaders (formerly the Young Manager’s Forum) is set to officially launch the prestigious Young Leader of the Year (YLOTY) award on Tuesday 4th June at The Crystal in Royal Victoria Dock, the event will take place between ...

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The rise of coworking spaces: key challenges for FMs

Are coworking workspaces moving away from being the preserve of tech start-ups and small businesses and attracting medium to larger sized corporates? If so, what could the uptake of coworking mean for FMs in terms of offering high quality amenities ...

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Planning tomorrow’s care today

Paul Djuric, Operations Manager at Urgent Technology explains how facilities management can safeguard the future of care in an ageing world Recent research suggests that almost 90 per cent of local authorities in England will face a “crisis” in care ...

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Trouble in mind

As the terror threat continues to rise, Andrew Mortimer, MD of Destinations and Venues at OCS, explains how FMs and event managers can help keep venues safe and secure The past two years have seen increasing incidents of terror attacks at ...

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FM Clinic: Stoddart Review

The Stoddart Review uncovered an explicit link between how well a workplace supports the activities that employees undertake in their role and the extent to which they say that their workplaces help them to work productively. Yet it found few ...

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