Kershaw Service and Maintenance Provide SFG30 Capability Standards to Clients
April 16 2020
As building maintenance moves into unchartered territory, Kershaw Service and Maintenance Division have followed the guidance from the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) as to how buildings can be managed and maintained effectively. The team have successfully implemented the steps needed to meet the requirements of SFG30 and can offer the capability to apply it to their client’s buildings.
Even in periods of shut-down, building owners, landlords and tenants still need to make sure their property is correctly maintained. This is not only for security purposes but to ensure they remain compliant and their building is ready for reactivation.
The recently updated and relaunched SFG30 ‘Mothballing and Reactivation standard defines best practice for shutdown procedures and the eventual reactivation of the building. It takes users through a step-by-step process for maintaining critical services during this low occupancy period ready for rapid and full reactivation when business returns to normal.
The SFG30 guidance covers key elements such as keeping water systems safe and healthy, active and passive fire protection, safe handling of refrigerant gases; electrical and gas service safety checks and ventilation hygiene.
Richard Royal, General Manager, Kershaw Service and Maintenance Division said: “We are currently facing an unprecedented situation, in which many buildings have had to shut-down at short notice, without the usual time for developing a maintenance plan.” He continued “We work with many organisations and we appreciate how difficult this can be. Following the guidance provided by BESA via the SFG30 standard, we have ensured our team has the full capabilities to serve our clients during this time”.
The Kershaw Service and Maintenance Division offer a 24/7 operation, whilst ensuring they adhere to government guidelines regarding social distancing and safety of their engineers and clients.
For more information on SFG30 visit: SFG30 Mothballing & Reactivation
A full list of the SFG30 Mothballing & Reactivation Maintenance tasks is as follows:
- Management of Mothballing
- Building Fabric Elements
- Building Management System (BMS)/Controls
- Catering Services
- Chilled Water Systems
- Compressed Air Systems
- DX Cooling Plant
- Electrical Systems
- Emergency Lighting
- Fire Alarm Systems
- Gas Supply
- Heating Systems
- Lighting and Lighting Systems
- Motors, Generators, UPS's and Battery Systems
- Oil Supply
- Pipework (All Systems)
- Refrigerant Gases
- Security Monitoring and Access Systems
- Swimming Pools
- Transformers and Substations
- Ventilation Plant
- Water Hygiene Services
- Water Services - Fire Protection and Environmental Supply Systems