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Integrated Compliance Services are one of the fastest growing facilities management companies in the Scotland. It is our aim is to become one of the UK’s most respectable facilities management companies working with a variety of small and large organisations.

Over the last couple of years, Integrated Compliance Services have seen a significant growth increase making us one of the fastest growing facility management companies in the UK. Since incorporation in 2018, Integrated Compliance Services have won a number of contracts with both high profile Public organisations across the UK. Therefore, we are getting closer to achieving our aim of becoming one of the UK’s most respectable facility management companies.

Integrated Compliance Services is a national facilities management and compliance company established to meet the highest expectations of clients in the commercial & domestic property sector. We deliver commercial property support services including; facilities management, property maintenance, mechanical services, compliance and energy services.
Our facilities management services include hard and soft facilities management services support multi-sector businesses, organisations and SMEs throughout the UK. We deliver our facilities management services across a spectrum of market sectors including:

  • Aviation and airport facilities management
  • Education facilities management
  • Logistics facilities management
  • Student accommodation facilities management
  • Hotel facilities management
  • Retail facilities management
  • Sport and leisure facilities management
  • Healthcare facilities management
  • Corporate facilities management
  • Business and industry fm services
  • Specialist environments

 

Why Choose Integrated Compliance Services As Your Facilities Management Company?

 

There are multiple reasons to choose Integrated Compliance Services over other facility management companies

  • Client Relationships
  • Continued Investment
  • Communication

Client Relationships – Here at Integrated Compliance Services we are well aware that client relationships are the key part of developing and growing a successful business. Across the spectrum of roles at ICS, the client relationship remains fundamental to business. We like to take on personal responsibility for everything we do to ensure all of our clients aspirations are met not only on time, but also within budget and way beyond their expectations.

Continued Investment – Our management team are set on continuous investment into businesses’ to ensure that our teams are able and well equipped to seal with all eventualities. The investment made will be used to ensure growth in the company and will minimise all risk so we can ensure our clients the most responsible service in the market as well as one of the most professional.

Communication – Strong communication and honesty is at the heart of our organisation. We feel it is important to maintain this where possible. We have an amazing and agile reporting and decision making process. With our help desk working 24/7 both our clients and co-ordinators are directly held responsible for the companies smooth running of accounts. The process both improves performance and leads to greater communication and also a better relationship with our client.

Integrated Compliance Services aim to become one of the most reputable facilities management companies UK. As an industry leading facilities management company, Integrated Compliance Services deliver hard and soft facilities management services to businesses, organisations and SMEs throughout the UK.

If you are interested in facilities management outsourcing to Integrated Compliance Services one of the fastest growing facilities management companies UK, please contact us on 0141 432 0001 or simply fill in the form below with your request.

 

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FAQ’s

As a landlord, what are my duties?

The legal duty for landlords who provide residential accommodation to consider, assess and control the risks of exposure to Legionella to their tenants is not new. This requirement stems from the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1989; Section 3(2) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 makes provision for the legislation to apply to landlords of both business and domestic premises. All water systems require an assessment of the risk which they can carry out themselves if they are competent, or employ somebody who is.

In most residential settings, a simple assessment may show that the risks are low and no further action may be necessary. (An example of a typical lower risk situation may be found in a small building (eg housing unit) with small domestic-type water systems, where daily water usage is inevitable and sufficient to turn over the entire system; where cold water is directly from a wholesome mains supply (no stored water tanks); where hot water is fed from instantaneous heaters or low volume water heaters (supplying outlets at 50 °C); and where the only outlets are toilets and wash hand basins). If the assessment shows the risks are low and are being properly managed, no further action is needed but it is important to review the assessment regularly in case anything changes in the system.

Simple control measures can help control the risk of exposure to legionella such as:

  • flushing out the system prior to letting the property
  • avoiding debris getting into the system (eg ensure the cold water tanks, where fitted, have a tight fitting lid)
  • setting control parameters (eg setting the temperature of the calorifier to ensure water is stored at 60°C)
  • make sure any redundant pipework identified is removed.

Tenants should be advised of any control measures put in place that should be maintained eg not to adjust the temperature setting of the calorifier, to regularly clean showerheads and to inform the landlord if the hot water is not heating properly or there are any other problems with the system so that appropriate action can be taken. If there are difficulties gaining access to occupied housing units, appropriate checks can be made by carrying out inspections of the water system, for example, when undertaking mandatory visits such as gas safety checks or routine maintenance visits.

Where showers are installed, these have the means of creating and dispersing water droplets which may be inhaled causing a foreseeable risk of exposure to legionella. However, if used regularly (as in the majority of most domestic settings) the risks are reduced but in any case, tenants should be advised to regularly clean and disinfect showerheads. Instantaneous electric showers pose less of a risk as they are generally coldwater-fed and heat only small volumes of water during operation.

It is important that water is not allowed to stagnate within the water system and so there should be careful management of dwellings that are vacant for extended periods (eg student accommodation left empty over the summer vacation). As a general principle, outlets on hot and cold water systems should be used at least once a week to maintain a degree of water flow and minimise the chances if stagnation. To manage the risks during non-occupancy, consideration should be given to implementing a suitable flushing regime or other measures such as draining the system if it is to remain vacant for long periods.

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