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EDITOR’S VOICE EDITOR’S VOICE


Editorial Editor Ryan Lloyd ryan@opusbm.co.uk


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Hello and welcome to the July issue of Tomorrow’s FM.


As a new report from TFT this month points out, “the impacts of buildings on users are under more scrutiny than ever.” From the Grenfell fire disaster in 2017 to the onset of the pandemic in February/March 2020, health, safety and wellbeing have become one of the biggest and most talked about topics for businesses looking to avoid reputational risks.


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Concern for mental health in particular has been at the fore as normal comforts and coping mechanisms have become inaccessible as employees continue to work from, notes Alistair Scott, Founder and Operations Director at Integrated Estate Management, in our Health, Safety and Wellbeing feature this month. He goes on to suggest that the mounting pressures faced by FMs and estate managers, from both employees and business leaders alike, is a recipe for burnout, and organisations would do well to take note now and see whether things can be improved. Close human connections and mutual respect in the workplace, he argues, can have a huge influence.


In this issue, we also explore the Food & Drink sector, with Essity’s Jeremy Bennett considering the cleaning and hygiene challenges faced by restaurants offering takeaways and Livewell Vending exploring the future of vending services in a post-pandemic world. Elsewhere, Jane Butler, Director of Blue Door Property Guardians, gives her take on how to cost- effectively combat the issues of rising numbers of empty community and social housing facilities.


Enjoy the issue.


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