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SGS is pleased to invite you to join this seminar to learn more about ISO 41001:2018 Facility Management Systems

Starts

10 Jan 2020, 17:30

Ends

10 Jan 2020, 19:30

Location

Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China

Facility management (FM) integrates multiple disciplines in order to have an influence on the efficiency and productivity of economies of societies, communities and organizations, as well as the health, well-being and quality of life of individuals during interacting with built environment through the services it manages and delivers. While FM has such a broad impact, the way of managing Facility Management efficiently and effectively is always a significant issue to FM professional practitioner, in particular how to deal with the business / sector development financially, operationally and, at the same time, with sustainability. In 2017, the total global Facilities Management (FM) market was estimated US $1.15 trillion.

A new international standard “ISO 41001:2018 Facility Management – Management Systems – Requirements with guidance for use” was launched in April 2018, providing a global level structure and a basis for common understanding, implementing, and managing the performance of FM. Intention of the Standard is to raise the standard of care of FM systems and enhance the levels of quality of FM services in a local/ global competitive environment and market to consistently meet the needs of interested parties in a sustainable manner.

Organization being certified for ISO 41001:2018 will be benefited for:

  • improving the productivity, safety and health, and well-being of its workforce ;
  • improving the efficiency and effectiveness of its FM work carried out, thus improving its overall cost benefits ;
  • improving the quality level of its FM services as well as performance of FM system ;
  • distinguishing its FM services from other FM industrial players;
  • standardizing its FM services from planning to operation against an internationally recognized structure and standard level;
  • presenting its FM services to their customers with stronger confidence and higher VALUE.

SGS is pleased to invite you to join this seminar to learn more about ISO 41001:2018 Facility Management Systems. The benefits, distinguished features and requirements of ISO 41001:2018, as well as its certification process will be highlighted. This seminar is proudly supported by the Safety Specialist Committee, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Hong Kong Chapter of IFMA (International Facility Management Association), and BSOMES (Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society).

CERTIFCATE AND CPD

Participants will be issued a certificate of participation after the seminar. You may be able to claim CPD hours for your membership at professional bodies.

PRIVILEGE

Participants will be offered a SGS Academy HK$500 Training Coupon

THE SPEARKER

Thomas Ma
Eng (Hons.), MSc (Eng.) CCAA Auditor, HKICA Certified Lead Auditor, HKICA Fellow member, BSOMES corporate member, CQP MCQI
Project Manager, SGS Hong Kong
 
Mr. Ma has been involved in Facility Management and Asset Management for more than 30 years, from Conceptual Design and Planning to the Operation and Maintenance phases. In past three decades, he has either worked, audited or assessed over 500 different buildings, infrastructure and systems, including hotels, hospitals, airport, power plants, treatment works, warehouses as well as residential and commercial buildings with respect to Quality of Built and Total Operation Integrity.

DATE

January 10, 2019 (Friday)

TIME

6:30 PM – 8:15 PM (Registration starts at 6:15 PM)

VENUE

Chan Yat Mei Sophia Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F, Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

LANGUAGE

Cantonese supplemented with English materials

ENROLLMENT

Please enroll here 2 days before the event. 100 seats are available for enrollment. A maximum of 2 delegates from each organization can enroll. Seats are on a first come first serve basis.