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PFM MAGAZINE NEEDS YOUR VIEWS ON COMPLIANCE

17 June 2009

Is the economic climate affecting how FM's are meeting their environmental compliance targets? PFM is conducting an online survey on the whole compliance issue. Your input would be greatly appreciated and the questionnaire will take less than 10 minutes to complete. Click here to access the questionnaire.

All answers are strictly confidential but the overall results will form the basis of a major feature to be published in a forthcoming edition of Premises & Facilities Management.

Including new research into PFM's editorial reports is one of the reasons why PFM has won 11 separate awards for editorial excellence. We have identified meeting compliance targets as a key topic currently for FM's. We believe there may be a danger that budget reductions will increase corporate risk and could leave the FM facing personal liability issues in the future.


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