Our Head of M&E Services on planned maintenance 

Dec/January 2019 edition of FMJ

 

In the Dec/January 2019 edition of Facilities Management Journal (FMJ) our Head of M&E Services James O'Hare explains how an effective maintenance policy supports client operations while ensuring compliance. 

Smooth running 

Planned maintenance regimes for buildings and their electrical and mechanical assets are used to guide duty holders and responsible persons – building owners, managers or employers – on how to best comply with statutory and recommended practice requirements for workplace health, safety and welfare.
 

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