RM3830 FM Framework

SCL Managed Services Limited have been named as a supplier to the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Facilities Management  Framework under sub lot 1a. The FM framework provides bespoke bundled FM services suitable for all public sector, Devolved Administrations and third party entities including; Schools, Hospitals, Local Authorities, Charities and Central Government departments. For more information

Plume Academy Careers Evening

Thank you to the Plume Academy Maldon for having us at their careers evening last night. Here at SCL we were very keen to be involved in the careers evening with the Plume to encourage young people into facilities and engineering. We are very passionate about helping young people develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge to

UK Heatwave, Keep Your Cool

via GIPHY What a scorcher!! We hope everyone is enjoying the sun and managing to keep cool The BBC have reported “Parts of the UK are experiencing another day of scorching heatwave conditions, with temperatures in some areas not dipping below 24C overnight. Monday was the hottest day of 2018 so far, with the Met

Our Boys are Coming Home!

Although we wish we could be writing about another England Win and the excitement of our men’s team entering their first FIFA World Cup Final since 1966, we can’t. Our guys gave it their absolute all last night against Croatia, but it just wasn’t meant to be. Yes we lost that match, but we gained

SCL are now Cyber Essentials Certified

Good News! We’re pleased to say that as part of our Cyber Security initiatives SCL Managed Services are now Cyber Essentials Certified Cyber Essentials aims to help organisations implement basic levels of protection against cyber attack, demonstrating to their customers that they take cyber security seriously. By displaying our Cyber Essentials badge, we’re letting you

Planned Maintenance is Key

Planned Maintenance is Key Unscheduled maintenance can cost a company both productivity and money. When equipment is down, workers aren’t working, products aren’t being produced, and services are lacking. The purpose of planned maintenance is to minimise loss of productivity and ultimately reduce down time. Planned regular maintenance will decrease the chances of faults developing