Service Model subscribers logging into SFG20 will notice the existing service has been redesigned to make it easier for subscribers.
The SFG20 library of maintenance specifications for building engineering services is the industry standard for planned maintenance.
B&ES Publications chief executive Bruce Kirton said: “We have enhanced our website to make it easier for people to find out more about SFG20, the subscriber levels available and how it has helped other companies, as well as giving the opportunity to arrange a free, no-obligation product demonstration.
“The addition of service timings for Service Model subscribers further strengthens the role SFG20 plays in tendering processes and will enable subscribers to keep closer control of costs by giving them a benchmark for the time taken to complete certain activities.
“SFG20 remains the leading specification for maintenance standards. The breadth of activities covered is continually growing, and with our technical committee responsible for the ongoing technical updating of SFG20, subscribers can be sure they are kept up to date with the latest legislation and industry best practise, enabling them to remain compliant cost-effectively.”