In today’s fast paced environment, organisations are more demanding of in-house FM and competition is to get more intense in the outsourced sector. Delivering increased value from FM is more crucial than ever for survival and long-term success. Having an internationally recognised facilities management system allows you to enhance organisational FM performance, improve bottom-line impact, increase end-user satisfaction, green your facilities and gain a competitive edge.
Venue: One Day Workshop: 8 June JHB, 13 June 2017 CPT, 28 June DBN
Master the ability to lead the implementation of SANS 1752 within your organisation
Learn how to align FM strategy with organisational strategy
Identify the key requirements and benefits of SANS 1752
Learn how to implement the most comprehensive planning methodology
Who Should Attend
People working within a Property Environment and specialising in Property Management
Anyone involved in the planning, implementing, maintaining, supervising or auditing of management system standards in Public and Private sector organisations , Anyone involved in delivery of one or several FM services (incl. cleaning, security, maintenance, etc) Facilities managers, coordinators and administrators Corporate real estate professionals Infrastructure and asset management personnel in the public sector Management and supervisors of facilities service providers HR/Training personnel involved with FM and FM service delivery (IT professionals involved with FM reporting Property managers Maintenance managers and technicians Auditors and compliance officials
David is a Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DKMC, a facilities management and corporate real estate consultancy. He leads the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) technical committee (TC 267) and the working group which developed the first ever FM Standard in the world, SANS 1752. He is also an international member of ISO Working Groups working on the international standard, ISO 41001.
David has over 23 years of corporate real estate and facilities management experience, 15 of which was at strategic level in both in-house and outsourced FM sectors. A marketer by training, he has completed Wits Business School’s Executive Development Programme (EDP) and attended various training courses in facilities, property and project management. He is a member British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP). A pioneer at heart, he is currently working to develop legislation to create a council for facilities management in South Africa. David blogs about FM and tweets as @ FMEvangelist.