Don’t Miss Ireland’s Biggest Free Event for Facilities Management Professionals

Facilities Management Ireland convenes over 1500 industry professionals on March 6-7

Dublin: Free to attend on March 6th and 7th at the RDS, Ballsbridge, Facilities Management Ireland brings together over 1500 industry professionals working in facilities management, health and safety, security, operations and buildings maintenance.

The event will feature Ireland’s largest exhibition of facilities management products and services, alongside a conference programme with talks on topics including health and safety, fire safety, engineering, maintenance, procurement, smart buildings and GDPR for facilities managers. Across two days, attendees can learn about industry best practice, meet industry experts face-to-face and experience cutting-edge solutions and services under the same roof.

The 2018 conference programme will include three sections: the FM Stream, the Health and Safety and Security Stream, and the Fire Safety Theatre. It will also include two ‘mini conference’ events, on day security and health and safety. Presentations, workshops and Q&A sessions will offer the chance to hear from experts on topics including FM procurement, fire safety in occupied buildings, cybersecurity and preparation for the GDPR.

A combination of networking event, products and services showcase, and a unique education opportunity, Facilities Management Ireland is a must-attend for professionals involved in managing, maintaining and operating facilities of every size.

About Facilities Management Ireland: Facilities Management Ireland was founded in 2008 by StepEx Ltd, a communications, publishing and exhibitions company based in the UK. Supported by IOSH, NISO, the Association for Specialist Fire Protection, the GDPR Awareness Coalition, the Irish Security Industry Association, the Society of Chartered Surveyors, the BIFM and the Institute of Fire Engineers, it is the largest exhibition of its kind taking place in Ireland.

To find out more about exhibiting at FM Ireland, call Hugh Robinson at +44(0)1892 518877, visit fmireland.com, or register at http://www.fmireland.com/registration/.

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