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Smoke control maintenance survey includes chance to win £250

13 November 2020

Contributions to the Smoke control maintenance survey are being invited from FM and real estate professionals around the UK.

This follows a significant rise in focus on this area, further emphasised by the publication of the Hackitt Review and it's many recommendations for improvement in the management of facilities.

The deadline to complete the survey is 25 November, which has been designed to take no more than five minutes to provide meaningful response.

Many of the questions simply require the respondent to click on 'yes' or 'no' choices.

Those providing responses and including their contact details will be entered into a draw, with the chance of winning a voucher worth £250.

To complete the survey, click here.

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