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BIFM’s Sustainability Survey 2016: Where are we 10 years on?

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BIFM’s annual sustainability survey looks at the way that the FM profession is coping with and tackling the increasing demand for sustainable business. It explores the key drivers behind the sustainability agenda, who is leading it within an organisation, how it is measured and reported as well as understanding the latest trends such as legislation. 2016 is the 10th year that BIFM have run this survey, and is the longest running survey of its kind in the UK providing a unique insight into the trends supporting the changes and the future direction.

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BIFM’s Sustainability Survey 2016: Where are we 10 years on?

  1. 1. Is the world of sustainability changing? Peter Brogan Research and Information Manager research@bifm.org.uk
  2. 2. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM > BIFM is the professional body for Facilities Management (FM) – founded in 1993 > Committed to advancing the facilities management profession > Providing: > FM Qualifications & Training > Industry Knowledge & Insight > Recognition through Professional Membership
  3. 3. BIFM Sustainability SIG Mission “The professional body responsible for promoting excellence in facilities management for the benefit of practitioners, the economy and society”
  4. 4. BIFM Sustainability SIG Vision & Values “To be the internationally recognised authoritative voice of facilities management and the development partner of choice for professionals and their organisations” > Passionate > Proud > Professional > Progressive
  5. 5. BIFM Sustainability SIG FM Professional Standards > The FM Professional Standards have been created with FM industry experts to: > Define the competences that are necessary to be a competent FM practitioner at all career levels > Form a global competence model for the profession
  6. 6. BIFM Sustainability SIG Member Benefits > Professional development > Access to knowledge & information > Recognition and industry awareness > Networking Opportunities (UK and overseas)
  7. 7. BIFM Sustainability SIG Professional Development > Access to training and development events run through Regional and Special Interest Groups > Industry events and webinars showcasing best practice, research and insight > Access to the online Continuing Professional Development tool
  8. 8. BIFM Sustainability SIG Research and Information – the team are responsible for: > First class research and insight > Supporting FM’s > Developing content
  9. 9. BIFM Sustainability SIG Research and Information > Keep up to date Guidance Notes Good Practice Guides Corporate Member Events
  10. 10. BIFM Sustainability SIG Primary Research > We have grown our voice, which now sees us producing original insight and commenting and leading on some of the most important topics impacting the profession, the business community and wider society.
  11. 11. BIFM Sustainability SIG Primary Research BCM UK and Middle East 2016 Sustainability Survey 2016 Pay and Prospects 2016- Results launched in Facilitate July 2016) BCM Nigeria 2016/17
  12. 12. BIFM Sustainability SIG New in 2016 - Webinars > 5 Webinars held in April to November: > Asset Management > Operational Readiness Part 1 > Operational Readiness Part 2 > The Sustainability Survey Results 2016 > Winter Weather Guidance > Procurement: Collaboration in FM
  13. 13. BIFM Sustainability SIG Aims & Objectives of Sustainability SIG > Act as a centre of excellence for knowledge and opinion within the FM sector > Promote best practice, awareness, participation and learning > Inform the facilities community and other stakeholders about the importance of effective sustainable development practice to create a framework that allows an active business contribution > Voted BIFM SIG of the year 2014
  14. 14. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 10 years on 2007 > Rhianna – Umbrella > Weather extremes > Labour Government > Bulgaria and Romania joined the EU > Laura Pearce won “jackpot” on Deal or No Deal
  15. 15. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 10 years on
  16. 16. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2007 “The results from the first annual BIFM sustainability survey indicate that the majority of FM’s who responded to the survey are concerned with existing issues (i.e. Those which are currently included in their sustainability policies or that the FM themselves are responsible for) and did not show as much of an interest in issues which may be more important in the future.”
  17. 17. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2007 “These current issues included resource management such as: > Building Energy Consumption > Waste Management and Recycling > Water Consumption > Carbon Footprinting
  18. 18. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2007 “The barriers to effectively managing sustainability” were seen as: > Time Constraints (43%) > Lack of Knowledge (42%) > Senior management commitment (lack) (41%) > Financial Constraints (40%) > Organisational engagement (28%) > Physical/historical constraints(25%) > Customer constraints (19%)
  19. 19. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Respondents > Over 300 full returns > 58% end users > All levels of management were represented > 43% CEO/MD/Senior Management > 3 workshops > Operational challenges > Historic data > Future requirements
  20. 20. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Report > 27 pages > Looking back on the first 10 years of the survey > Forward view of the next 10 years > Empowering facilities teams > M&S Case study > FM Supply Chain and Procurement Practices > Embedding Sustainability in Working Practices > Conclusion and Next Steps
  21. 21. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Looking back on the first 10 years of the survey
  22. 22. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Looking back on the first 10 years of the survey > “Sustainability as a thread that is now running through everything is being better understood and therefore will have an influence on the culture of an organisation.” > “However, how this is reflected and communicated to the various teams and levels within an organisation does affect how well sustainability is perceived and implemented.”
  23. 23. BIFM Sustainability SIG
  24. 24. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Forward view of the next 10 years
  25. 25. BIFM Sustainability SIG
  26. 26. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Empowering facilities teams > “Whilst financial constraints have long been an issue for facilities managers, some of the rising barriers relate less to physical issues and more towards engagement and skills.” > “In particular issue around organisational engagement are now most significant management barrier…” (This was also seen in the 2015 survey)
  27. 27. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Empowering facilities teams > Agents for change > Technology > BIM > Lifecycle data > Wellbeing data > Information management
  28. 28. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines FM Supply Chain and Procurement Practices
  29. 29. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines FM Supply Chain and Procurement Practices > “Procurement of FM services focussed upon lifecycle benefits and outcome measures rather than bottom line costs.” > “An understanding of what this means – is needed - to enable an informed decision.” > “Measures and metrics developed to help drive performance aligned with the organisational cultures.”
  30. 30. BIFM Sustainability SIG
  31. 31. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 - the headlines Embedding Sustainability in Working Practices > “FMs take on responsibility for initiating change in sustainability measures and promoting a programme to deliver the benefits. This will mean taking on a more proactive role in the organisation.” > “Delivering solutions that are not just “compliance” based but adding value to the bottom line financially and non financially to the benefit of the organisation.”
  32. 32. BIFM Sustainability SIG BIFM Sustainability in FM Survey 2016 – The future Next Steps > Review > Definition of sustainability to reflect recent regulatory and industry changes with societal impacts. > Sustainability risks for the FM sector > Engage > FM as a change agent role in sustainability > With the procurement function (FM and external) > Develop > Sustainability focussed competencies for key roles > New sustainability awareness programmes
  33. 33. BIFM Sustainability SIG Is the world of sustainability changing? > Developing a 3-5 year programme with BIFM, Government and related bodies > Drive data capture, embed practices and demonstrate value > Focus areas on: > Lifecycle environmental impact in buildings > Social Impact > Opportunities to support the programmes
  34. 34. research@bifm.org.uk Thank You

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