• Workplace & Facilities Expo. will be held on the 3-4 March 2020
  • #WF_Expo
  • Overview of the history of Communications, Cloud Computing and Analytics, 90’s to date.
  • Outline the challenges of using existing siloed data to manage risk.
  • How technology can help bring data together in the Cloud.
  • Using Cloud technology and Apps to manage risk.

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To understand the basic six door types, ensuring compliant and legal hardware specifications to ensure Fire and Escape door compliance.  To explore the meanings of the ‘CPR’ Constructions Product Regulations and the supplier / specifiers obligations to supply ‘CE’ marked products, noting that ‘CE’ marking itself is flawed legislation because you MUST have the correct ‘CE’ marks as defined by the door type and all too often products are supplied and fitted because they have a ‘CE’ mark, but fitting a product with an irrelevant ‘CE’ is equally as bad as ignoring the requirement in the first place.

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Brief overview:

  • Why FM companies are a good target for hackers
  • What can be done to protect your Data and you Clients Data
  • What challenges do FM Companies face
  • What solutions are available

Topics addressed at this workshop include:

  • Subject Access Requests
  • Data Protection Impact Assessment
  • Expansion of Perimeter Scope
  • What is defined as personal data?
  • What is defined as a data controller?

Providing an awareness of legionella to organisations, landlords, designers, suppliers,manufacturers & installers of their legal responsibilities.

Key Areas addressed:

  1. Legionnaires’ Disease – What is it?
  2. How can it affect my premises / buildings?
  3. Achieving compliance in your organisation – are you at risk?
  4. Controlling the Risk – As an employer what must I do?

Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understanding legionella and where it comes from.
  2. Legal requirements regarding legionella.
  3. Assessing the risk from legionella.
  4. Implementing a control regime to minimise risk.