Entries are now open for the new-look IWFM Impact Awards 2020, which marks its 20th year by introducing five new categories.
Experts will speak on the theme of 'navigating turbulent times' at the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management's (IWFM) 2020 national conference.
At least half a million (595,000) people reported sustaining burn and scald injuries at work between 2015 and 2018, according to the latest data.
The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) welcomed several positive initiatives for the construction industry announced in the Queen's Speech as part of a government's proposed legislative agenda for the new parliamentary session.
A working group to help the training needs of those who maintain state-funded school estates was launched at the Education Estates conference in Manchester this week.
The government has announced proposals that would see sprinklers installed in new high-rise blocks of flats.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has allocated £24 million additional funding for the Building Safety Programme in the government's Spending Review.
Paul Crilly, managing director of cleaning and support services company NJC, has won accolades in two categories of the Institute of Directors (IoD), London & South East Awards.
Facilities management needs new recruits. The average age of an FM is 49, 50 per cent of whom are retiring within the next 10 years.