5 March 2019 Seminars
Creating Employee Centred and Effective Workplaces – Hosted by SCSI & iwfm
Creating Next Generation Collaborative Work Environments
This session will examine the trends that are driving the explosive growth of collaborative work spaces and share practical approach for building a winning case
Electrical Energy Efficiency for Businesses
Health & Safety Hosted By IOSH East Ireland Branch
The EU-OSHA 2018-19 European Workplace Campaign " Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances". IOSH supports this campaign, as it shares common ground with IOSH’s award-winning, global "No Time to Lose" drive to tackle occupational cancer and this year IOSH are focused on asbestos.
Whether it is exposure to asbestos, paints, solvents, cleaning detergents or other substances resulting from the maintenance and/or cleaning of a facility, facility managers need to be aware of how chemicals and other potentially dangerous substances are stored, labelled, used and disposed of so as prevent harm to themselves and others.
Managing Chemicals Safely
Fire Safety Theatre – Hosted by the ASFP
The Report of the Fire Safety Task Force, published by the National Directorate for Fire & Emergency Management (NDFEM) in May 2018, details current and future strategy for fire safety management during construction and for the life cycle of buildings in Ireland. The aim is to build on the change of culture, within the construction industry, brought about by the implementation of the new Building Control (Amendment) Regulations (BCAR) in 2014. Management and maintenance of modern buildings requires an understanding of fire strategy and the function of installed fire safety systems.
- Who is responsible for fire safety in buildings – What do they need to know?
- What qualifications are required to manage fire safety?
- How can property owners & managers demonstrate fire safety management competence?
The benefits of Good Indoor Air Quality in the Workplace
Changing Culture in Fire Safe Construction
Firestopping and Compartmentation Systems
Managing Asbestos Safely
How the workplace can reach tangible rewards through employee engagement and connectivity
The Fire Safety Task Force Report & Its Implementation
Know your risks – PPE Selection and Dangerous Substances
Lone/Remote Working – The rapid evolution of Smart Working and the impact to Facilities Management – is your business ready?
Fire / Health & safety Training – Apex Fire Limited
Fire Strategy Design, Implementation & Management
Panel Discussion – Creating Employee Centred and Effective Workplaces
Q & A
The New Size of Clean – Killis Ireland
Legionella in Your Building: Awareness, Responsibilities & Compliance
Providing an awareness of legionella to organisations, landlords, designers, suppliers,manufacturers & installers of their legal responsibilities.
Key Areas addressed:
- Legionnaires’ Disease – What is it?
- How can it affect my premises / buildings?
- Achieving compliance in your organisation – are you at risk?
- Controlling the Risk – As an employer what must I do?
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Understanding legionella and where it comes from.
- Legal requirements regarding legionella.
- Assessing the risk from legionella.
- Implementing a control regime to minimise risk.
LED Lighting in the Cleanroom and Controlled Environments
The Rights & Wrongs of Fire Stopping with Practical Demonstrations & Videos
Sustainable washroom solutions for the FM sector
Panel & Group Discussion
Practical Demonstrations on Correct Installation of Fire Stopping on ASFP Stand F10
Environment Monitoring To Protect Your Facility
The New Age of Workstation Assessments
Security Conference – Hosted By: Irish Security Industry Association (ISIA)
Creating a Cable Pathway Through a Building
Fire and or Escape doors, minimum performance standards and legal obligations.
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.
I-SEM Irelands Electricity Market – Energy Trading for Large Energy Users.
Why And Where to Choose Wireless fire detection Systems
The Risks associated with Subcontracting Security Services
Mitigating Business Risk through Energy Efficiency
Key take away and learning outcomes:
- Benefits of analysing energy consumption as a single ecosystem
- Achieve energy savings of 40%
- Energy savings are contractually guaranteed
- No technical risk for the client
Dealing with rising volumes of packages and parcels
Managing Data Disarray with Cloud and Apps
- 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.
No Time for Down Time
“What is the potential impact of Fire on business continuity and how can gaseous fire suppression agents help mitigate the risks as part of your fire strategy?”
Energy Paper TBA
Why Irish FM Companies are improving their Mobile Device Security
Creating a Safe Forklift Environment – Innovations and Advancements in Forklift Safety Measures
Maintenance Paper TBA
Why Can’t We Escape From Buildings Using Light From Our Phones
Correctly Specified and installed emergency lighting can save lives and avoid prosecution in am emergency evacuation.
Key areas addressed:
- Why is emergency lighting required, legal obligations & legal penalties
- How is EL installation policed, standard installations
- Emergency Lighting Sign off. Cost effective EL installation and maintenance
- Future developments of EL equipment and standards. Recommendations.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Why EL must be installed and premises in which it is required
- Installation requirements
- Cost Effective installation and maintenance
- Future developments in equipment and installations