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APSE Scotland Soft Facilities Management seminar 2016

23rd November 2016, Glasgow Marriott Hotel

With Scottish Government’s vision for Scotland to become a Good Food Nation this seminar will look at how Scotland is building its reputation towards this. As well as this, other big policy agendas in Scotland include a focus on health, education and poverty and this seminar aims to look at how Soft Facilities Management services can play a key role in helping to meet the important objectives related to each.

Presentations

Building Scotland's Reputation as a Good Food Nation
Shirley Spear, Chair, Scottish Food Commission

Bringing a commercial perspective to our Facilities Management services
Alan Mawson, Facilities Services Operations Manager, Dumfries & Galloway Council

North Ayrshire's mobile void clean teams: New ways of working
Ken Campbell, Facilities Manager (Catering & Cleaning), North Ayrshire Council

Workshop A - Cleaning & Janitorial presentation (Green and Clean)
Gordon Scott, Delivery Manager, East Ayrshire Council

Workshop A - Cleaning & Janitorial presentation (Fit For The Future)
Kevin Masson, Cleaning Team Leader, Aberdeen City Council

Workshop B - Catering presentation (Extended Classroom & Teaching Tool)
Nicky Joiner, Catering Co-ordinator, East Renfrewshire Council

Workshop B - Catering presentation (Go Fresh)
Anne Goldie, Facility Services Advisor, South Lanarkshire Council

Workshop B - Catering presentation (Awards - The Benefits)
Ken Campbell, Facilities Manager (Catering & Cleaning), North Ayrshire Council

Expert Panel presentation (unavailable online)
Marion Fairweather, Cost of School Day Project Manager, Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland

Expert Panel presentation (unavailable online)
Cllr Stephanie Primrose, Spokesperson for Children and Young People, COSLA

Expert Panel presentation (unavailable online)
Robin Gourlay, Food and Drink Policy, Scottish Government

Expert Panel presentation (unavailable online)
Heather Peace, Head of Nutrition, Food Standards  Scotland

A digital future, what does this mean for our services? (unavailable online)
Elaine Long, Head of Service, Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council

Managing the change to mobile working (unavailable online)
Dave Allan, Programme Manager, Fife Council

Promoting excellence in public services

APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) is a not for profit local government body working with over 300 councils throughout the UK. Promoting excellence in public services, APSE is the foremost specialist in local authority frontline services, hosting a network for frontline service providers in areas such as waste and refuse collection, parks and environmental services, cemeteries and crematorium, environmental health, leisure, school meals, cleaning, housing and building maintenance.

           

 

          

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