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ASFP Supports Calls For Funding To Address Tall Building Fire Safety Failings

Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) LogoThe Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP), the UK’s leading association for the passive fire protection sector, is supporting calls for greater funding to address identified fire safety failings in tall buildings. The move comes following the Government’s announcement of its five point plan to address unsafe cladding issues and the defeat in Parliament of an amendment to the Fire Safety Bill, which sought to prevent fire safety and cladding remediation costs falling on leaseholders.


FIS Launches New Fairness Inclusivity And Respect Toolkit To Mark Women In Construction Week

Finishes & Interiors Sector logo To mark Women in Construction Week and International Women’s Day 2021, FIS has launched a new Fairness, Inclusivity and Respect (FIR) Toolkit - to support members in their focus on fairness, inclusivity and respect in their workforce.


This Year’s International Women’s Day Is About How Far We Have Come

Stacey Lucas Commercial and Marketing Director at Sontay International Women’s Day marks an important date in the calendar for businesses around the globe. A day of celebration of women’s achievements and advocation for greater equality, Stacey Lucas Commercial and Marketing Director at Sontay explains why it is important to recognise this special annual event.


ASSA ABLOY Has Published Its Sustainability Report 2020 And Presents New Ambitious Sustainability Program

ASSA ABLOY Has Published Its Sustainability Report 2020 And Presents New Ambitious Sustainability Program ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in access solutions, has today published its Sustainability Report 2020. During 2015-2020, the Group successfully completed its sustainability program and exceeded the majority of the targets for health and safety, energy, water and materials efficiency while reducing waste generated. A new ambitious sustainability program has been set for 2025. The new program builds on the momentum and progress from the Group’s successive five-year sustainability programs. The new program has raised ambition level across all indicators and complements ASSA ABLOY’s long-term climate commitment to halve emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050.


Sodexo Celebrates International Women’s Day By Launching Programme To Engage Female Prison Leavers

Sodexo Celebrates International Women’s Day By Launching Programme To Engage Female Prison Leavers To mark International Women’s Day 2021, Sodexo is launching a series of virtual engagement events designed to help female prison leavers get back into employment.


GFSL Introduce Solar Energy To Meet Net Zero Carbon Targets By 2025

GFSL Introduce Solar Energy To Meet Net Zero Carbon Targets By 2025 Gov Facility Services Ltd (GFSL), is pioneering solar energy projects in 2 of the Southern England prisons where the company provides facilities management services.


ENGIE Awarded Contract By University of Birmingham

ENGIE Awarded Contract By University of Birmingham ENGIE has been picked to deliver a £200m housing and student accommodation scheme at the University of Birmingham’s Pritchatts Park campus.


Budget 2021: IWFM Comments As Chancellor Outlines Three-Part Recovery Plan

IWFM logo On Wednesday, 3 March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak outlined a £65 billion three-point plan to support jobs and businesses as the UK emerges from the pandemic and sets out on the path to recovery.


Amey Embarks On An Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Journey

Amey Embarks On An Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Journey Amey’s Secure Infrastructure business has embarked on a journey to introduce a fully sustainable cleaning solution across its FM operations.


Opening Windows Will Not Protect Schools, Says BESA

Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) logo The return of thousands of children to schools in England next week has reignited the debate about how best to minimise the risk of virus transmission including the need for better ventilation, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).

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