Join myfm & RICS for two online seminars on planning for a safe return to work

Join myfm speakers Julian Harrison and Marcus Newton for the first of two online seminars, hosted by RICS, on planning for a safe return to work post Covid-19.

In the first session on June 8, Return to Work – Management, Risk, Accountability & Social Distancing – they will help those responsible for managing the workplace (employers, building managers, FMs and service providers) to develop safe and effective return to work planning and management plans.

This initial seminar provides a management approach and practical framework for those responsible for the workplace. It also takes a more in-depth look at building access, occupancy and the movement of people, while managing and monitoring social distancing and reducing the risk of infection through close contact.

To book Part 1 on Monday June 8 from 1pm to 2pm – https://www.rics.org/uk/events/conferences-seminars/cpd-foundation-seminars/return-to-work/online/20200608/

Also watch out for Part 2Return to Work – Hygiene, Cleaning, Hard FM & Ventilation, which takes place on 15th June 2020, from 5.15pm to 6.15pm – https://www.rics.org/uk/events/conferences-seminars/cpd-foundation-seminars/return-to-work-hygiene-cleaning-hard-fm-ventilation/

Free for RICS professionals and a discount of 20% available for myfm associates and clients. To access the discount code contact resourcing@myfm.co.uk.

Julian Harrison is a Business Unit Director at myfm and a senior FM professional with strategic and organisational expertise supported by extensive UK and international operational, technical and sales experience.

Marcus Newton is an electronic security specialist with a reputation for successful leadership and management in the electronic security sector. Marcus has over 25 years industry experience with the FM industry, European businesses, UK Government and blue light organisations.

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