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Facilities management Often the local FRS will share its operational


protocols on how, in the event of a fire, it advises the local water company about significant fire water runoffs discharging into mains drainage. The key issue for the facilities manager is that fire water runoff should be considered as a risk that needs assessment and possible management.


Key principle


Fire safety is not the only area of compliance that can be made especially complex by multiple parties having an interest in one site. While this article only looked at some specific examples, there is one overriding principle , which is never to assume anything, at either contract or operational stages. Instead, the relationships between landlords, managing agents, tenants and contractors – among others – need to be clearly understood by the FM professional, to provide added value instead of mere compliance


Alan Field is managing director of Highdown Management Services Limited. For more information, view page 5


This article is reproduced from Croner-i FM with kind permission of Croner-i Ltd. All rights reserved.


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