Launched in 1990 by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), SFG20 is recognised as the industry standard for building maintenance specifications. With access to a library of over 2000 maintenance schedules that updates dynamically to reflect changes in legislation and health and safety regulations, you can create customised maintenance schedules that are designed to keep you compliant while also saving you time, effort and money.
With colour-coded prioritisations, you can easily identify which tasks are statutory tasks, mandatory tasks, function critical tasks and discretionary tasks so you can be sure of the optimal maintenance of assets. You’ll also know the specific skill sets required to complete certain tasks, so you always have the right team for the job.
"We find SFG20 to be an invaluable tool in providing technical maintenance service to our large portfolio of clients. The flexibility of the software is fantastic and has enabled us to tailor maintenance schedules to fit our individual client needs."
SFG20’s software allows businesses to move from costly reactive maintenance strategies to more efficient proactive planned maintenance. Prevent expensive breakages and downtime by ensuring your equipment is in optimal condition and safe for your employees. Planned preventative maintenance enables asset life expectancy to be realised and prevents early mortality and replacement.
With SFG20’s library of maintenance schedules, you’ll always know when your assets need servicing or monitoring. Whether you outsource your facilities maintenance, or you run it in-house, you can be sure that you know your maintenance work is being done in a timely manner. With schedules colour-coded by criticality, you can see if you’ve fallen behind on any statutory or function-critical maintenance which helps you ensure that you get back on track
By moving to a planned maintenance strategy, you’ll be able to keep your assets and equipment in the best possible condition. This reduces the likelihood of expensive breakdowns and repairs, while also giving you greater oversight of your budget.
With maintenance schedules that update in real-time, you never have to worry about the risk of non-compliance again. Frequent technical bulletins are also released with legislation changes, ensuring you are always working to the latest standard.
Specify custom maintenance requirements, include timings to support your tendering and bidding process.