Facilities Management Expo 2022, a trade show aimed at bringing together the local facilities and property management sector, will be serving up excellent, on point content at its free-to-attend seminar theatre, sponsored by Broll, one of Africa’s leading commercial property services companies.
Facilities Management Expo 2022 will once again be co-located with both Securex South Africa, the continent’s leading security trade show, and A-OSH Expo, focusing on occupational safety and health (OSH), as well as the new Firexpo South Africa 2022, which will bring the new dimension of fire and safety-related products and services to the fold.
Running from 31 May to 02 June 2022 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, attendance to all four shows – which will take place under one roof – is at no charge for interested visitors.
The Broll Facilities Management Expo seminar theatre will get to grips with several predominant themes critical to the industry. These include: the impact of COVID on managing health and safety for facilities managers; energy management, smart buildings and improving building systems and services; building system integration, access control and security; building lifecycle asset management within the facilities management world; and innovation, strategies and trends within facilities management.
Says Mark Anderson, portfolio director at Specialised Exhibitions, the largest trade show organiser in southern Africa: “Facilities Management Expo 2022 visitors can expect to listen to topics that are more relevant to the sector today than ever before, such as a presentation by Riaan du Plessis, executive at Broll, on the impact of the pandemic on facilities management, how it has had to adapt, and a look into the future for this space.
“We’ll also tackle subjects like operational health and safety requirements in the workplace, including how to prepare a comprehensive emergency evacuation plan and requirements around electrical installations and health and safety in the workplace, by Shone Dirker, MD at Cairnmead Industrial Consultants, and the role of energy, utilities and environmental management in a world of facilities management, delivered by Mitesh Bhawan, energy and sustainability specialist, Broll Energy & Utilities,” he adds.
Other issues under discussion over the three days of the show will include why asset management and full lifecycle management are important to the facilities management world; facilities management strategies within public sector versus private sector; COVID-19 disinfection and hygiene practices; and financing South Africa for economic prosperity, with a special focus on the importance of SMME development.
To ensure your free entrance to Facilities Management Expo 2022, as well as the three additional co-located trade shows, please visit the website