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Are your facilities safe and secure?

10 March 2011

PFM is conducting a survey of FM’s responsibilities and invites all FM Report readers to take part.

The April 2011 edition of PFM magazine is publishing a special supplement entitled SECURITY@WORK. It will include expert articles on security strategies for educational establishments, mitigating risks for lone workers, integration of security and other building systems and what will replace the SIA to regulate the security industry.
A key part of this supplement will be a survey of your security responsibilities, risks, equipment and services.   The survey comprise just 18 questions and takes less than 5 minutes to complete.  We do urge your take part and help provide PFM with a picture of the role FMs play in securing their organisation’s facilities and reducing the risks to staff and visitors.
Please CLICK HERE to start the survey

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