Cleaning And Hygiene Industry Urged To Have Its Say On Proposals For A Cleaning Hygiene Operative Apprenticeship
Cleaning and hygiene sector employers, training operatives, providers and assessment organisations are being urgently encouraged to have their say on proposals for an Apprenticeship Levy accredited industrywide training programme and apprenticeship.
Tilbury Douglas, a leading UK building, infrastructure, engineering and fitout company, has been awarded a £16 million contract to extend the Emergency Department and theatre suite at Aintree Hospital for Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
● Framework opens the door for NHS to harness IoT building technologies that promote health, wellbeing, and sustainability
● Offers access to proven technologies for the monitoring and control of energy use, building occupancy, and asset visibility
Johnson Controls has been selected by the NHS for its six-year National Framework Agreement for the provision of Smart Building Solutions using the Internet of Things (IoT).
Flexible workspaces to consume 44% of landlords’ portfolios by 2026, up 11%
● 62% of UK commercial landlords are struggling to attract prospective tenants to fill their traditional office spaces at present
● 64% have seen a “notable shift” in tenants’ demands during the pandemic
● At present, landlords dedicate an average of 33% to flexible and co-working spaces – by 2026, this will rise 11% to 44%
ISS commits to reaching net zero greenhouse gas-emissions within scope 1 and 2 by 2030 and full-scope net zero emissions by 2040, including its full supply chain. Furthermore, ISS commits to offer full-scope reporting of its environmental footprint. These ambitious targets demonstrate ISS’s dedication to be recognised as among the best environmental leaders and a catalyst of real change in its industry.
Bristol Airport has re-awarded ICTS UK & Ireland as its security partner, responsible for the provision of security services/passenger screening at the Airport.
UK employees crave to return to their workplace for their mental well-being but still have safety concerns
With the Omicron variant appearing to have peaked in the UK according to the ONS, research from Infogrid, the smart building platform, has revealed that nearly a third of working Brits (32%) want to return to their offices in January because they feel it would improve their mental health, which has been impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.