This event will explore how a compliance audit can identify and prioritise weaknesses in your approach. We will do this by taking you through the CIPFA Property approach to carrying out a compliance audit that you can then take away and easily adopt or adapt yourself.
Further dates and locations are detailed below and the programme schedule can be downloaded for full event details and timings.
12 January 2018Starts: 10:00Ends: 16:00
Stirling Highland HotelSpittal StreetStirlingFK8 1DU[See map]
£495.00 excl VAT
£325.00 excl VAT
With ever-decreasing budgets and reducing staff numbers it is becoming increasingly difficult for local authorities to comply with their statutory building compliance responsibilities. Add to this the diversity and complexity of a typical local authority property portfolio and the ever-increasing range of health and safety responsibilities, throw in the shared service agenda, and if the correct arrangements aren’t in place, then you have a recipe for disaster.
If you have asked yourself any of the above questions, then this is the event for you.
Our compliance audit framework is made up of three investigation elements:
By using this approach you will be able to test the robustness of every aspect of premises compliance, from the organisational leadership given to premises compliance, through to the appropriateness of strategic policies and procedures, and right down to the on-the-ground application of those policies and procedures by operational staff.
Through this suggested approach you will also be able to test governance, accountabilities, budgets, training, operational premises management as well as compliance with all the specific various premises legislation and codes of practice.
This event will:
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