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Why is SFG20 important and useful?

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SFG20 is an important tool in facilities management because it provides a standardised approach to planned maintenance for building services and engineering systems. It is essentially a set of industry-recognised maintenance schedules covering over 700 building maintenance tasks across various building services, including mechanical, electrical, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems.

 

Here are some reasons why SFG20 is important in facilities management:

 

Provides a consistent approach: SFG20 provides a consistent approach to planned maintenance, ensuring that building services and engineering systems are maintained to a high standard, no matter the location or the building type. This helps facilities managers ensure their buildings are safe, efficient, and compliant with regulations.

Saves time and money: SFG20 can help facilities managers save time and money by providing them with pre-defined maintenance schedules tailored to their specific building and engineering systems. This eliminates the need to develop maintenance plans from scratch and helps facilities managers avoid unnecessary maintenance tasks or overspending.

Improves compliance: SFG20 is regularly updated to align with industry standards and regulations. This helps facilities managers to stay compliant with relevant regulations and reduce the risk of penalties or legal action.

Enhances performance: By following SFG20 maintenance schedules, facilities managers can ensure that their building services and engineering systems perform at their best. This can improve energy efficiency, reduce downtime, and extend equipment lifespan.

 

In summary, SFG20 is important in facilities management because it provides a standardised approach to planned maintenance to help facilities managers save time and money, improve compliance, ensure contract compliance, and enhance performance.

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