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Perspectives

FM Sector Leads in Combatting Modern Slavery

An impact survey by The Supply Chain Sustainability School has identified modern slavery, community engagement, and fairness, inclusion and respect (FIR) as areas where the facilities management industry is surpassing other sectors in addressing.

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Intratone at CIH 2019

Access control specialist Intratone will showcase solutions for tenants at the Chartered Institute of Housing's (CIH) annual conference and exhibition from 25th to 27th June in Manchester.

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Greening Chessington's Furniture

Chessington World of Adventures has installed furniture manufactured from 100 per cent recycled high-density polyethylene in its outdoor spaces as part of its plan to become fully sustainable.

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Intratone at CIH 2019 (Duplicate) 1

Access control specialist Intratone will showcase solutions for tenants at the Chartered Institute of Housing's (CIH) annual conference and exhibition from 25th to 27th June in Manchester.

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Magazine

Does ‘Digital’ Really Exist?

Peter Tetlow, client solutions director for outsourced contact centre provider Ventrica says thinking about digitalisation needs to change despite the fashion for digital transformation in the customer management industry.

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Empowering Women in ICT

Deborah Exell, Global Head of Human Capital at Getronics, asks whether our need to mark International Women’s Day is a sign of success or an acknowledgement too many employers are still failing their female employees.

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Is Anyone Listening?

Steve Loughney, Head of building management systems (BMS) for Siemens' Building Technologies division, considers allowances emergency planners must make for bystander apathy – the condition where people ignore alarm sounders in the belief someone ...

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UK Period Poverty Pledge Must Address Environment

Drainage specialist Lanes Group says a UK government pledge of free sanitary products in all secondary schools and colleges in England insufficiently redresses period poverty, and raises concerns about the disposal of sanitary items.

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Catering for Lifelong Learning

Jim Jenkins, CEO of Universities East for Sodexo North America, considers the practices tertiary education providers can follow to make job-related training even more fulfilling for an estimated 63 per cent of U.S. employees who are professional l...

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Freedoms and the Workplace of the Future

Carl Standertskjold-Nordenstam, European Corporate Segment Marketing Manager with Sony Professional Solutions Europe, explains why workplaces that work for everyone are usually more productive.

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Partners in Crime?

Adam Branson asks whether the UK government's anti-money laundering (AML) regime for property transactions measures up to other leading international jurisdictions.

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Document Shredding and GDPR

Despite a global increase in document shredder sales since the introduction of GDPR, HSM's Mark Harper says data handlers need to align the destruction of confidential documents more closely with EU standard DIN 66399.

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What's New in BS 7671:2018?

Chris Cerisola, a NICEIC Qualified Supervisor (QS) with Artic Buliding Services, considers recent changes to the IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671:2018) standard.

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Improving Efficiency and Reducing UK Emissions

George Adams, Director of Energy & Engineering with SPIE UK and a past CIBSE President, comments on a motion the Labour Party has proposed for tomorrow to declaring a national environmental and climate emergency in the UK.

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Preparing for the Unknown

Sue Corrick, EMEA Product Manager with Allegion UK, discusses the balance between school safety and security - and how to factor in the unexpected.

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Making Security Integral to BIM

Integrated life systems and security business Evolutionsays the security industry has been slow in bringing the benefits of building information modelling (BIM) to the design and commissioning of new security installations.

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Document Shredding and GDPR (Duplicate) 1

Despite a global increase in document shredder sales since the introduction of GDPR, HSM's Mark Harper says data handlers need to align the destruction of confidential documents more closely with EU standard DIN 66399.

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Managing Obsolescence

Arolite director David Khanna discusses the importance of proactive and reactive maintenance in managing legacy machinery and equipment on an estate.

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Combating Pollution with Smarter Cities

George Adams, Director of Energy & Engineering with SPIE UK and a past President of CIBSE, says air pollution which came under the spotlight on World Environment Day 2019, requires a rethink of the health, social and economic impact of urbanisation.

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Tackling the Cocktail of Pollutants in Our Buildings

George Adams explains why he supports calls by The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) for the UK government to include indoor airborne contaminants in its forthcoming Environment Bill.

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Leaders

BACnet Site Manager for Big Building Networks

Vancouver, BC based Optigo Networks will be releasing its Visual BACnet Site Manager aggregation tool for different capture nodes across building and campus networks on 25 April. The tool was developed with feedback from Penn State University.

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Climate Control Middle East Award for Alsaeed HVAC

Seeley International is proud to announce its distributor in Saudi Arabia, Alsaeed HVAC, has been announced as the winner of the Editor's Choice award at the Climate Control Middle East awards for its contribution to the world's biggest evaporativ...

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Red Card for Outsourced Laundry

Falkirk Football Club has established an in-house laundry operation to meet the demanding requirements of weekday training and match day on Saturdays.

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Vacherin Announces Two Contract Wins

London-based contract caterer Vacherin has been awarded two contracts by The Royal College of Pathologists at its new Headquarters building in Aldgate, and a global provider of leadership advisory services, whose London team has recently relocated...

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Contributors

Vacherin Announces Two Contract Wins

London-based contract caterer Vacherin has been awarded two contracts by The Royal College of Pathologists at its new Headquarters building in Aldgate, and a global provider of leadership advisory services, whose London team has recently relocated...

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Red Card for Outsourced Laundry

Falkirk Football Club has established an in-house laundry operation to meet the demanding requirements of weekday training and match day on Saturdays.

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Climate Control Middle East Award for Alsaeed HVAC

Seeley International is proud to announce its distributor in Saudi Arabia, Alsaeed HVAC, has been announced as the winner of the Editor's Choice award at the Climate Control Middle East awards for its contribution to the world's biggest evaporativ...

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BACnet Site Manager for Big Building Networks

Vancouver, BC based Optigo Networks will be releasing its Visual BACnet Site Manager aggregation tool for different capture nodes across building and campus networks on 25 April. The tool was developed with feedback from Penn State University.

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Books

BACnet Site Manager for Big Building Networks

Vancouver, BC based Optigo Networks will be releasing its Visual BACnet Site Manager aggregation tool for different capture nodes across building and campus networks on 25 April. The tool was developed with feedback from Penn State University.

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Climate Control Middle East Award for Alsaeed HVAC

Seeley International is proud to announce its distributor in Saudi Arabia, Alsaeed HVAC, has been announced as the winner of the Editor's Choice award at the Climate Control Middle East awards for its contribution to the world's biggest evaporativ...

more

Red Card for Outsourced Laundry

Falkirk Football Club has established an in-house laundry operation to meet the demanding requirements of weekday training and match day on Saturdays.

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Vacherin Announces Two Contract Wins

London-based contract caterer Vacherin has been awarded two contracts by The Royal College of Pathologists at its new Headquarters building in Aldgate, and a global provider of leadership advisory services, whose London team has recently relocated...

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Events

Vacherin Announces Two Contract Wins

London-based contract caterer Vacherin has been awarded two contracts by The Royal College of Pathologists at its new Headquarters building in Aldgate, and a global provider of leadership advisory services, whose London team has recently relocated...

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Red Card for Outsourced Laundry

Falkirk Football Club has established an in-house laundry operation to meet the demanding requirements of weekday training and match day on Saturdays.

more

Climate Control Middle East Award for Alsaeed HVAC

Seeley International is proud to announce its distributor in Saudi Arabia, Alsaeed HVAC, has been announced as the winner of the Editor's Choice award at the Climate Control Middle East awards for its contribution to the world's biggest evaporativ...

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BACnet Site Manager for Big Building Networks

Vancouver, BC based Optigo Networks will be releasing its Visual BACnet Site Manager aggregation tool for different capture nodes across building and campus networks on 25 April. The tool was developed with feedback from Penn State University.

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