18 Jul 2014 Use of mobile devices and other new ways of working mean many offices in the UK are using much less energy than they are capable of, according to a new report. The British Council for Offices (BCO) says workplaces with one employee per 10 sq m only tend to use around 60% […]
Passengers on a Jet2.com flight from Manchester to Faro had to leave the plane on Thursday morning after smoke was detected in the cabin.
Staff responsible for fire safety at a Derbyshire school gave the OK to reopen it on Monday following a blaze caused by work being done to the building.
Firecrews from across London are tackling a blaze in a warehouse containing waste waiting to be recycled in the east of the city.
Facilities managers and those responsible for company fire safety procedures are being warned about a series of short firefighter walkouts this week.
Facilities management graduates have a unique set of skills and if they can’t find role in industry that suits them then they should “invent” one that does, a conference has been told.
Businesses and organisations should always have a responsible person such as a facilities or buildings manager to keep an eye on fire safety but it is more crucial than ever on days like today when firemen are out on strike.
Solicitors working for people affected by the 2012 Legionnaires disease outbreak in Edinburgh are preparing to take legal action to discover what caused it.
One of the busiest roads in England’s second city had to be shut during rush-hour following a restaurant fire.