ISO standard in development for Facilities Management

by | Sep 21, 2016 | Consultancy, Facilities Management

Acacia welcome the progress towards the development of international standards for Facilities Management.

Professional facilities management, as an interdisciplinary business function, aims to coordinate the demand and supply of facilities and services within public and private organizations. Facilities management refers to a broad range of activities, such as building services management, environmental issues, workspace management, procurement, financial management.

The new management system standard ISO 41001, Facilities management – Management systems – Requirements with guidance for use, is currently under development and will further increase awareness and support the development, implementation and maintenance of effective facilities management regimes in all sectors of industry and commerce worldwide.

Acacia Team
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