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ARE YOU PREPARED TO TAKE A GAMBLE ON


THIS WINTER? Winter gritting specialist, De-ice warns FMs not to risk the safety of staff and visitors.


The UK's weather is a constant game of chance. It's impossible to tell which hand we you are going to be dealt - from one year to the next.


What we can be certain of is that being unprepared has the potential to set you on a slippery slope to open-ended risk and litigation. FMs need to ask themselves whether they can afford to take a gamble and do


nothing, and to - potentially - risk the safety of site visitors and staff.


It is never too early to get the ball rolling and to start planning for the winter ahead. In fact, we 100% shouldn't rely on what happened last winter as a guide for how we manage next year.


Taking a gambling theme at this year's Facilities Show, De-ice will be asking FMs if they are willing to risk the safety of staff and visitors.


DE-ICE BAR The company will again be hosting


the De-ice bar and cafe, where the FM VIP area is located and show


visitors will have the chance to grab a bite to eat, a drink and network.


Here show visitors will also have the chance to take on the 'Snowball Challenge'.


DE-ICE STAND – S2350 Or come and visit the De-ice team of


experts on stand S2350 in the Safety and Health Zone.


DE-ICE AND ENGIE


PRESENTATION 22nd June - 2-2.30pm - FM in the Real World theatre.


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from the O2, supply and maintain escalators and moving walkways in major infrastructure projects like Kings Cross Station and for national retailers UK-wide. So if you have any questions about lift management we know we can help.”


Stannah lift experts will be presenting two sessions in the FM Excellence Arena.


STANNAH AT THE


CENTRE OF THE ACTION Stannah Lift Services is demonstrating its continuous support of The Facilities Show and to the thousands of facilities professionals who visit the show over three days.


In 2016 Stannah is sponsoring the FM Operational Excellence Arena from which a programme of informative talks will offer practical advice on some of the many challenges facing the facilities industry every day.


Peter Perry, Managing Director of Stannah Lift Services, Maintenance & Repair Division, commented: "We look forward to meeting old friends and making new ones at the show.


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Do come along to Stand R1450 and join us for refreshments and plenty of lift expertise.


You may well know Stannah for stairlifts worldwide, part of the Stannah Group. We are proud of our success with our domestic products but we are at the show because we have equal success in our commercial business. We currently look over 90,000 lift products in the UK, supply and install all types of people-moving lifts, goods lifts, escalators and moving walkways.


You will probably use our lifts on your journey to ExCel on the 21st- 23rd June as we look after the DLR network, maintain all Network Rail lifts across the UK, take care of the Emirates Air Line to and


On 21st June, Mike Wells, Stannah Compliance Manager (Lifts) will be covering those awkward questions of what to do if there is a fire in your building and who does what if someone becomes trapped in a lift.


On 22nd June Dan White, South West England & South Wales Branch Manager will take you through ‘How to get the best out of your service provider’; you may be surprised at some people’s unorthodox approaches!


There will be time for questions at the end of each session and our experienced engineers will be available on Stand R1450 throughout the three days of the show.


Don’t forget to pick up your free booklet: ‘Lifts -Your Questions Answered’ and enter our competition to win a hot air balloon trip for two - the ultimate lift.


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