Operational Responsibility of Facilities Manager : Report

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FACILITIES OPERATIONS
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1 Assessing the responsibilities of the facilities' manager for staff engaged in facilitiesoperations....................................................................................................................................3M1 The responsibilities the facilities' manager has for operational aspects of the building inhospitality industry...........................................................................................................................41.2 Responsibility of York place shopping Centre and Shaftesbury.........................................41.3 Responsibility of Facility manager towards Consumer.......................................................51.4 Impact of facilities operation of employers or funding agencies..........................................5TASK 2...........................................................................................................................................62.1 Assessing the statutory regulations that will have impact on facilities operations...............6M2 Coherent and logical development of principles/concepts are presented while assessingthe statutory regulations that will affect facilities operations....................................................72.2 Health, safety and environmental measures that is required to be implemented by Facilitymanager.......................................................................................................................................72.3 Discussing the documentation required to account for compliance with statutoryregulation, health, safety and environmental measures............................................................11TASK 3..........................................................................................................................................113.1 Developing and deploying effective system for processing information as well asmaintaining communication.....................................................................................................113.2 Identifying the control system that are required for effective facilities operations............123.3 The system that are required to be implemented at workplace to support effective buildingmanagement.............................................................................................................................12M3 Range of methods have been used when developing and implementing effective systemsfor processing information and maintaining communications for the given context................14TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................154.1 Appropriate criteria for evaluating the quality and effectiveness of facilities operations..151
4.2 Implementing, evaluating and reviewing process in order to analyse the quality andeffectiveness of facility operations............................................................................................15CONCLUSION.............................................................................................................................16REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................172
INTRODUCTIONIn present scenario, business environment is dynamic, it is required by manager to focuson managing operations as well as activities in the enterprise. It is because this factor has greateffect on the overall effectiveness, success and growth of firm. Operational managementtechnique is used by organisation for managing, designing and controlling the production. Thismanagement system is also used for redesigning of various business activities and system.Management is defined as the procedure of dealing with or controlling things or people atworkplace.Facilityoperation include all the services.It alsoincludes routine operations of thefacility.The project has focus on developing understanding about the operationalresponsibility of facilities manager in an organisation. It also emphasises on identifying the legal,health and safety obligations that are required to be considered by operational manager. Thereport will highlight the responsibilities of facility manager towards customer, staff andoperations.TASK 11.1 Assessing the responsibilities of the facilities' manager for staff engaged in facilitiesoperationsFacility manager is a person who has the overall responsibility of the property, operationsas well as people He is the in-charge of all the facilities in terms of various business operations.The accountabilities of facility manager towards staff engaged in the operations are:Smooth operations as well as management-It is the responsibility of operational or facilitymanager to ensure that adequate workforce has been appointed in the organisation. The facilitymanager has to confirm the effective as well as efficient allocation of all resources in a firm.They are also accountable for ensuring adequate amount of human resource in business in orderto facilitate operational activities. The role of facility manager is to identify the various problemsthat are faced by operational staff when working and provide them with effective solution.Defining Role and providing Job descriptions-The responsibility of facility manager is to definethe roles as well as liability of individual when executing particular operational activity atworkplace. It is very important for operational manager to provide brief description about the job3
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