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Contents


Facilities Management UK November - December 2018


Editorial enquiries Terry Ford fmuk-editorial@worldsfair.co.uk Tel: 0161 683 8034


Advertising Craig Mills craig.mills@worldsfair.co.uk Tel: 0161 683 8048


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Subscriptions and Circulation Terry Ford


subscription@worldsfair.co.uk Tel: 0161 683 8006


Publisher The World’s Fair Ltd Chambers Business Centre Chapel Road Oldham OL8 4QQ Tel: 0161 683 8000 Fax: 0161 683 8001


Dr Lynne Whatmore, C.Psychol Chief Executive


Printers Buxton Press FM UPDATE


04 Energys Group encourages NHS Trusts to take advantage of NEW £46m funding.


06 Reset innovation makes it even easier to manage contractors.


MACKWELL PROVIDES


EMERGENCY LIGHTING TO BBC’S DIY SOS: THE BIG BUILD SPECIAL


10 Mackwell provided its emergency lighting systems and technical expertise to an ambitious project to create the North Kensington Community Centre and rebuild the Dale Youth Boxing Club which was destroyed in the Grenfell Tower fire.


ISSN 1757-3149


The information in this magazine is taken from sources the proprietors believe to be accurate but the publisher cannot be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies that may occur. Views expressed by contributors do not necessarily reflect those held by the publisher.


© COPYRIGHT: ALL MATERIALS IN THIS PUBLICATION REMAIN THE COPYRIGHT OF THE WORLD’S FAIR LIMITED AND NO PART OF IT MAY BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE PROPRIETORS


HEALTHCARE FIRE SAFETY AND THE SHELTON HOSPITAL TRAGEDY


12 Wrightstyle’s Jane Embury looks at fire safety in healthcare facilities and care homes.


HEALTH AND SAFETY CULTURE – WHAT NEEDS TO CHANGE?


16 Integrating good health and safety practises into the culture of a business is one of the best ways to get employees on board with regulation.


FMUK APP FOR IPHONE


MOBILE MISCONCEPTIONS: NAVIGATING THE ISSUES OF INDOOR MOBILE COVERAGE


22 By Seán Keating, CEO, Vilicom.


LIGHTING THE PATH TO PRODUCTIVITY AND WELLBEING


26 By Darren Riva, Northern European Zumtobel Group Services Director.


Misconceptions


Navigating the issues of indoor mobile coverage


Inside this issue: • Modernising offices with wireless charging • Lighting the path to productivity and wellbeing • Changes to energy legislation and the effects for FM’s


The essential newsmagazine for the Facilities Management industry Mobile


CHANGES TO ENERGY LEGISLATION


34 Adam Pigott, energy engineer from Kinect Energy Group discusses these changes and his thoughts on how it will impact businesses in the long-term..


PERFORATING OUR WAY TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY


36 We look into how HSM perforating machines will help to keep recycling in-house with Simon Ellin, CEO of the Recycling Association, providing insight into UK sustainability.


APPOINTMENTS 40 New appointments in the FM industry.


CASE STUDY


42 Priva-based controls package selected for Marwell Zoo’s new Tropical House.


THIS ISSUE NOW ONLINE! Facilities Management U.K. November / December 2018 www.fmuk-online.co.uk


MODERNISING OFFICES BY INCORPORATING WIRELESS CHARGING


30 Steve Liquorish, CEO of Aircharge, explains why wireless charging should be a mainstay of the modern office.


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