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CONTENTS COVER STORY 26


EMPTY BUILDINGS: WHEN PESTS BECOME PREVALENT


REGULARS


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WHAT’S NEW All the latest news and product releases from the


FM world. FEATURES


SEIZING THE ADVANTAGE With the role energy plays in business changing,


Centrica Business Solutions examines how new technology can offer FMs greater control of their practices.


LANDSCAPE AND GROUNDS MAINTENANCE


CURING THE GM HEADACHE Scaling up your grounds maintenance has never


been easier thanks to technology. It also has the added bonus of increasing the simplicity of your business, explains Gritit.


BACK TO WORK 34


BACK TO WORK: THE FUTURE OF FM Three industry experts give us their view on how


businesses can adapt to socially distanced working practices and other post-pandemic workplace challenges.


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04 | TOMORROW’S FM


COME DINE SAFELY As hospitality venues reopen around the country,


Jeremy Bennet from Essity shares some cleaning and hygiene insights to help keep both customers and staff safe.


HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELLBEING


ENGINEERING A SAFER ENVIRONMENT Health and safety in construction is often dominated


by images of high-vis and hard hats, but poor mental health is one of the biggest killers in the industry. Darrell Johnson, SHEQ Manager at Smith Brothers explores the overlooked part of the industry.


A QUESTION OF ACCESS How can organisations utilise technology to address


evolving need in a post-COVID world, asks Matthew Batson, Director of Bft Automation.


COLLEAGUES FIRST Facilicom takes us through the measures it has put


in place throughout the pandemic to ensure the wellbeing of its staff.


SOCIAL HOUSING & COMMUNITY FACILITIES


EASING THE HOUSING CRISIS REACT Specialist Cleaning believes that the key to


providing much needed capacity to the UK’s housing stock is ensuring void properties are deep cleaned and maintained to a good standard.


TO BILL OR NOT TO BILL? Anthony Coates-Smith, MD of Insite Energy, weighs


up the pros and cons of handling heat network billing and metering in-house.


twitter.com/TomorrowsFM


Cleankill Pest Control highlights the importance of increasing the level of pest control whilst business properties remain vacant.


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FOOD & DRINK


TESTING TEMPERATURES Businesses can ill-afford to turn a blind eye to food


temperature monitoring, says Jason Webb, Director at Electronic Temperature Instruments.


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