The world of facilities management has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. From relatively humble beginnings, the role of facilities manager now encompasses a wide range of complex and challenging roles, often across entire.
- Health and safety law for facilities managers
- The law regarding employed, contract and casual workers
- Property law for facilities managers
- Financial management
- Transport policies
- Business continuity
- IT and communications
- Workplace facilities and space planning
- Access and security
- Maintenance and risk management.
Aims to be a national market leader in the provision of Facility management services delivering reliable, quality, cost effective solutions to our customers.
Facility Management as a business function has the objective of coordinate demand and supply of facilities and services within public and private organizations. The term “Facility” means something that is built, installed or established to serve which, in general, is every “tangible asset that supports an organization Examples are real estate property, buildings, technical infrastructure, (HVAC), lighting, transportation, IT-services, furniture, custodial, grounds maintenance and other user-specific equipment and appliances. Facilities managers (FMs) operate across business functions. The main priority of an FM is keeping people alive and safe. Facility managers need to operate at two levels:
Maintenance, testing and inspection schedules are required to ensure that the facility is operating safely and efficiently in compliance with statutory obligations, to maximize the life of equipment, and to reduce the risk of failure. The work is planned, often using a computer-aided facility management (CAFM) system. maintenance includes all preventatives, remedial and upgrade works required for the upkeep and improvement.
- Strategically-tactically: helping clients, customers and end-users understand the potential impact of their decisions on the provision of space, services, cost and business risk.
- Operationally: ensuring corporate and cost effective environment for the occupants to function.
These objectives are accomplished by managing:
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