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What is statutory compliance in facilities management?

Statutory compliance relates to actions that need to be undertaken by law in order to provide safe environments for staff and customers. As a facilities manager or a business, you must follow compliance maintenance to ensure that your facility adheres to all statutory and regulatory compliance laws related to your industry.

Compliance maintenance can be a costly affair for facilities, depending on several factors. These include how large your facility is and the variety of systems it has. Adhering to all regulatory and statutory compliance do come with their own set of benefits. These are as follows:

  • It helps keep business sites and facilities safe and secure for the staff and visitors.

  • You will have to create a maintenance plan to carry out different inspections and servicing. These records will keep you informed about the approaching deadlines for each type of inspection, certification, and assessment. This ensures things run smoothly and prevents facilities ever becoming non-compliant.

  • Regular compliance maintenance helps save facility managers from the substantial financial strain caused by malfunctioning systems and equipment. Not only will they have to spend a lot of money to repair or replace the broken system or equipment, but also have to hire someone to fix it. On top of that, the downtime of the facility will cost additional in terms of time, money, and customer/staff dissatisfaction.

If you do not have a qualified staff or facilities team to carry out compliance maintenance assessments and inspections, always hire a licensed professional for this job.

Safety & Compliance is at the core of everything that PCG do - simply put, we protect people and their workplace. With a multi-skilled team, we do everything required to ensure that you remain safe and compliant, along with your building and the assets within it.


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