Facilities Management

Facilities managers have responsibilities for providing, maintaining and developing many services. These range from property strategy, space management and communications infrastructure to building maintenance, administration and contract management. Facilities management includes space, infrastructure, people and organization.

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Key standards

BS 5266-1:2016
Emergency lighting. Code of practice for the emergency escape lighting of premises

BS 8892:2014
Transition management of facility-related services. Code of Practice

BS 8210:2012
Guide to facilities maintenance management

BS 8587:2012
Guide to facility information management

BS 8572:2011
Procurement of facility-related services. Guide

BS 85361-1:2015
Briefing for design and construction. Code of practice for facilities management (Buildings infrastructure)

BS EN 15221-1:2006
Facility management. Terms and definitions

BS EN 15221-2:2006
Facility management. Guidance on how to prepare facility management agreements

BS EN 15221-3:2011
Facility Management. Guidance on quality in Facility Management

BS EN 15221-4:2011
Facility management. Taxonomy, classification and structures in facility management

BS EN 15221-5:2011
Facility management. Guidance on facility management processes

BS EN 15221-6:2011
Facility management. Area and space measurement in facility management

BS EN 15221-7:2012
Facility management. Guidelines for Performance Benchmarking

BS 1192:2007+A1:2015
Collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information. Code of practice

BS ISO 22301:2012
Societal security. Business continuity management systems. Requirements

BS ISO 37500:2014
Guidance on outsourcing

A Guide to Emergency Lighting
A Guide to Emergency Lighting

BS EN 12464-1:2011
Light and lighting. Lighting of work places. Indoor work places

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