Facilities teams should have rolling 4-year maintenance schedules defining responsibilities and budgets, and linking them with the agency's existing business strategies.
Facilities management staff must be clear about their role within the agency's business continuity plan.
You should also be familiar with your agency’s business strategies and property plans and incorporate these into facilities planning and maintenance.
Where relevant, align your facilities planning with the asset planning forecast.
To ensure that both the agency and the landlord understand and meet their obligations, you must:
You should include a list of all the facilities maintenance obligations required, who is responsible for undertaking each obligation and when the obligations need to be met.
You must ensure you are aware of and comply with relevant health and safety legislation and procedures. Ensure these are implemented by all facilities maintenance contractors who undertake tasks on agency sites.
Make sure you stay informed on any other relevant legislation and regulations which govern the operation of your property portfolio, and comply with them.