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Facilities Management - Lecture 3 of 4 "Overview of ISO 41000 – FM Framework"

  • Date(s)
    Monday, 25 February 2019
  • Time(s)
    From 7:00 PM
  • Venue
    Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork

About the event

This is the third in our series of four lectures on the theme of Facilities Management.

In April 2018, the ISO published the ISO 41000 - Facility Management suite of standards with the purpose of assisting Facility Management teams to achieve more efficiency in how they operate.
This new standard provides a framework, similar in structure to ISO 9001 (Quality), 14001 (Environmental) and 50001 (Energy).

This presentation will provide an overview of this suite of standards including forthcoming standards which are already being progressed. It will highlight why FM’s should consider their implementation, the benefits and how these can be promoted within each organisation. It will also cross reference workplace strategies and how these are integrated.

About the speaker

Conor Cooney - Facility Management Lead, Arup
Conor joined Arup on 1999 to continue his engineering skills, first practiced in the UK.  Since 2003, he has been leading the Facility Management Consultancy team in Arup.  As an Associate Director, Conor and his team have been offering advisory services to Arup clients in relation to improving policy and strategy, asset performance, reduced risk, asset management objectives, cost optimisation, leadership and governance, recapitalisation planning, assurances and asset intelligence using digital solutions.  He is also a Certified Facilities Manager and a committee member of the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management.

Admission

Free - all welcome!

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