What are SFG20 standards?

What are SFG20 standards?

SFG20 is the standard maintenance specification for building engineering services. It is recognised as the industry standard and is an essential tool for planned maintenance.

What is Besa SFG20?

Launched in 1990 by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), SFG20 is recognised as the industry standard for building maintenance specifications. It is a web based service, with a growing library of over 1200 maintenance schedules, covering more than 70 equipment types.

What is SFG30?

SFG30 is the essential tool for facilities managers, defining best practice for shutdown procedures and reopening and reoccupying of the building.

What is statutory maintenance?

Compliance maintenance refers to the act of ensuring your facility is adhering to all relevant statutory and regulatory laws and legislation. Health and Safety regulations are par for the course when it comes to managing a facility, and it is vital that your business adheres to all relevant legislation.

Why is it important to know about sfg20?

Completely unique, SFG20 is the essential tool for facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants, enabling you to stay compliant – saving time, energy and money. This opens in a new window.

When did the Besa sfg20 standard come out?

Completely unique, SFG20 is the essential tool for facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants, enabling you to stay compliant – saving time, energy and money. Originally launched in 1990, BESA’s SFG20 is recognised as the industry standard for building maintenance specification.

What is the sfg20 Library of maintenance specifications?

The SFG20 library of maintenance specifications for building engineering services is the industry standard for planned maintenance and an essential tool in tendering, service level re-modelling and auditing.

Why do Fes use the sfg20 point of reference?

“FES utilise SFG20 to provide guidance on Statutory and Mandatory maintenance regimes for all PPM tasks and have used their services for several years. It is the first point of reference when costing up new proposals and used by our Contract Management teams to ensure continued compliance at all times”