Cleaning in public, multi-use spaces will never be the same again. Sanitization of our hands and the surfaces we touch is regarded as a vital component in combatting Covid-19. It has meant that cleaning is on the front line.
The return to work, in whatever form it may manifest itself, has emphasized the importance of cleaning. The vaccine is not a panacea. The virus is unlikely to be eradicated and we will live with it in one form or another for some time.
The UK’s homes are one of the biggest producers of carbon. The UK Government wants to do something about it – which presents a huge opportunity for the housing, building and construction sectors. So, how do we get to net zero?
The science points to the fact that we in the middle of a climate crisis. You don’t have to be a scientist to know the facts. Actually, you don’t even have to have watched any BBC programmes featuring David Attenborough to have heard that climate change is here with us now and if it is not stopped, or even slowed, how we (and future generations) live our lives will be radically affected.
OUTSIDE OF ITS TRADE MEDIA, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT RARELY MAKES THE NEWS HEADLINES. THAT’S THE WAY IT SHOULD BE.
FM teams are the unsung heroes working behind the scenes delivering services critical to their clients’ core operations. That is constant in all FM, but perhaps it is more important in healthcare than other sectors....