Environmental good practice in facilities management
The facilities management (FM) function is responsible for complying with a range of environmental laws, however compliance should be seen as a bare minimum. Environmental good practice (EGP) goes beyond compliance, to preventing negative impacts of operating the building or site, minimising the risk of potential negative impacts, and achieving positive impacts where possible. The built environment and its occupation and use affects the natural environment. generating a number of environmental impacts.
The course is based on new CIRIA guidance Environmental good practice in facilities management (C797).
The training will be relevant to FM senior decision makers; Facilities managers; Building maintenance staff and any individual(s) responsible for delivering facilities management irrespective of job description
Why should you attend?
Course content outline
This one day course has been developed to complement new CIRIA guidance Environmental good practice in facilities management (C797).
Introduction and overview
Procurement for EGP in FM
Overview of environmental issues:
- Indoor Air Quality
- Resource and waste management
- Climate change
- Water use
This training is delivered by experienced trainers and authors of CIRIA guidance C797.
David Bleicher, Publishing Manager, BSRIA
David has a background in building services design, having worked on a variety of residential,commercial and educational projects both in the UK & USA. He currently manages BSRIA’s programme of technical publications and also lectures on topics such as mechanical and electrical building services, building regulations and airtightness testing.