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"People say "high maintenance" like it is a bad thing, but let's take a moment and look at the results."
-Anonymous.

WHO SHOULD

CONFERENCE
FOCUS

ATTFN

Top-level decision makers such as CEOs, COOS, HODs,
VPs, Directors, GMs and Senior Managers in:

Understanding the outsourcing process, the
capex, opex and if it is viable for your own
setting
Discussing financial options as well as how to
stretch the budget
Capitalising on the utilisation of life cycle
management to maximise the asset's life cycle
Enhancing facility maintenance practices
through the utilisation of new technology
Improving current practices by comparing and
benchmarking against foreign practices
Reducing, reusing and recycling energy to better
use energy more efficiently

Facilities
Assets

Maintenance
Operations
Engineering
Property
Consultants

SRL CLAIMABLE
Organised by:

Registered with:
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CULTIVATING YOUR
EMPLOYEFS' POTENTIAL

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2ND ANNUAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE: The Next Step

NTRODUCTION
As a developing nation, there is no doubt that there is much focus on new development. Coupled
with the government's Economic Transformation Plan which aims to transform our nation to a high
income nation, the supply of new buildings will definitely be there. However, the focus must not solely

be on buildings; the time has to come where we have to start maintaining, and it is certainly better to
start sooner than later.

It is high time that we take a deeper look into facilities maintenance and management. For many

companies, their buildings are often their biggest investment, but there are still a number of
companies that regard maintenance as a cost in operations. This is the exact mindset that needs to
be changed if we are to move forward as a nation.

This 2nd Annual Building Maintenance: The Next Step conference aims to do just that, as we
gather the top minds and practitioners, to discuss, dissect and come up with new innovations to
improve on assets and facilities management, as well as building maintenance.

Benefits of Attending
Leveraging on new technology to enhance the efficiency of the processes and equipment in the

facility
Managing the life cycle costs to assets and enhance the return on investments with lower total costs
of ownership

Discovering the effects and impact of poor facilities maintenance on both macro and micro scales

Re-defining talent management through enhanced performance measurement indexes and improved

talent retention
Enhancing current facilities management practices by benchmarking against world class facilities

Identifying outsourcing as a viable option to improve facilities management practices

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2ND ANNUAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE: The Next Step

DAY 1

APRIL 23 (MONDAY)

DAY 2
APRIL 24 (TUESDAY)

9.00am-9.30am

Opening address by Chairperson

Recap of day one and an overview of day 2

9.30am-10.30am

Keynote address

Session 1:

Keeping abreast with facilities
maintenance & management scenario
within the region

Balancing the books:
Completing facility needs with fewer dollars

Overview of the current facilities
management situation in Malaysia

Invited speaker: Y.B. Dab,' Sri Ir. Dr. Judin Abdul
Karim, Chief Executive of CIDB Malaysia

Stretching the budget by identifying
the crucial maintenance areas which
need to be addressed to first
Getting return on investments on
maintenance procedures
Transforming maintenance from a
cost centre into a profit centre
Invited Speaker: Professor Sr. Dr.Hajah Maziah
Ismail, Tun Hussein Onn University

10.30am-11.00am
11.00am- 12.00pm

Coffee break & networking

Session 1:

Session 2:

Maximising facilities' potential:
Fulfilling the true value of facilities
management to the organisation

From the micro to macro scope:
Discovering the result of poor FM practices

Increasing trend in FM in the region
Contribution of FM to a company's
growth
How to maximise FM potential to a
company's advantage
Strategising for business
development
Presented by: Dr. Lim Lan Yuan, President of the
Association of Property and Facility Managers

12.00pm-1.00pm

Exploring the relationship between a
poorly maintained facility and talent
acquisition and retention
Discovering the causality effect of
poor facility maintenance on the
occupancy levels of the building
Linking the effects of poor facility
maintenance to a loss in a country's
economic growth

Presented by: Professor Sr. Dr. Abdul Hakim
Mohammed, Vice President of MAFM

Session 2:

Session 3:

Learning from the rest:
Benchmarking against foreign policies and
practices in facilities management

Business models-linking technical and finance

Comparing between practices in
Malaysia and other countries
Identifying room for improvement in
current practices

Understanding the financial modelling
involved for facilities management
Writing financial reports and justifying
spending involved in the maintenance
process

Invited Speaker: Pascal Milland, Vice President of
Sodexo Facilities Management Services

1.00pm- 2.00pm

Coffee break & networking

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2ND ANNUAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE: The Next Step

DAY 1
2.00pm3.00pm

APRIL 23 (MONDAY),

DAY 2
APRIL 24 (TUESDAY)
.
,

Session 3:

Session 4:

Taking the step forward:
Capitalising on technological advancement in
facilities management & maintenance

From womb to tomb:
Managing the asset's life cycle cost to
maximize utilisation and return on
investments

Exploring the different tools made available
today according to different needs and their
advantages

Utilising building automation/control systems
technology to improve maintenance and
management efficiency

Capitalising on the advantages of managing
life cycle costing
Discovering how total asset cost is calculated
and how to make the most of it
Utilising the building information modelling
system as a method for life cycle costing

Presented by: Prof Ir. Dr.Zuhairi Abd. Hamid,
Executive Director of CREAM

3.00pm4.00pm

Session 4:

Session 5:

Exploring the outsourcing process - is it a
financially sensible option for your
organisation?

Keeping track of progress through the
optimal usage and implementation of KPIs
and balance score cards

Establishing if your organisation
should outsource facilities
management
Recognising the financial and
operational advantages of
outsourcing

Reviewing and reassessing the current
performance indexes in place presently
Identifying and selecting the right KPIs to
improve on current practices
Implementation of performance milestones to
encourage individual growth and
development

Presented by: Deric Probst-Wallace, President of the
IFMA Hong Kong

4.00pm - 4.30pm Coffee break & networking

4.30pm5.30pm

Session 5:

Session 6:

Achieving better energy efficiency for greater
returns

A case study: Getting to know the real deal in
maintaining a green building

Recognising the factors preventing
the practice of energy efficiency in the
organisation
Identifying the common energy efficiency
methods being employed by others
Discovering ways energy efficiency
practices can be incorporated into your own
organisation

Discovering the costs involved in maintaining
a green building
Understanding the challenges faced in daily
operations
Identifying the key differences between
maintenance of a green building and a
normal one

Invited Speaker: Ir. Francis Xavier, Director of Energy
Efficiency, Energy Commission of Malaysia

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Sales Contract
2ND ANNUAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE:
THE NEXT STEP
Course Code: C201203

23 & 24 April 2012
Istana Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

DELEGATES' INFORMATION
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Designation

Department
Email

Vegetarian OYesONo

H/P No

_CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES
Private Organisations

Name

RM3,390 / pax

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Register 3 delegates, FREE 1 delegate
seat

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Email

_MODE OF PAYMENT

Vegetarian OYesONo

H/P No

Cheque or bank draft in favour of:
COMFORI SDN.BHD. (581115-T)

E-02-03, East Wing,
Subang Square Business Centre,
Jalan SS15/4G, 47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

Payment Via:

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Department
Email

Vegetarian OYesONo

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Deposit into Our Account
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GST/NAV will be added to the invoice.
(for international registration)

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_VENUE
Istana Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
73, Jln Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (603) 2141 9988

For hotel reservations, please book directly with the hotel. Hotel
reservations and travel arrangements are the responsibility of
the registrant. Hotel bills are to be settled by delegates directly
with the hotel. Note that the rooms are available at a first come,

Email

Vegetarian OYesONo

H/P No

COMPANY'S INFORMATION
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first serve basis. Comfori will not be responsible for hotel

Approving Manager

reservations. For special room rates, please quote Comfori's

Address

event:

2nd Annual Building Maintenance:
The Next Step

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Delegate fees include course materials and refreshments unless otherwise stated.
Payment Terms. Once a completed registration form is received by Comfori, an
invoice will be issued. Payments must be made within 7 days from the date the
invoice is issued. Full payment must be received prior to the event date. Comfori
reserves the right to deny admittance to an event if full payment has not been
made. Companies that intend to make payments after the event are required to
submit a Letter of Undertaking as payment guarantee. Certificate of attendance
to the event will be awarded only after payment is received.
Cancellations and Substitutions. All cancellations must be made in writing at
least 14 days prior to the event date. No refunds will be available following a
cancellation. However, if full payments had been made, payments will be credited
towards rescheduled dates or to a future Comfori event. A credit note or a free
seat voucher of equivalent value that could be used at future Comfori events
will be issued. Substitutions are always welcome at no extra charges. Substitution
of delegates must be made at least 1 working day before the event date.
Note. Comfori reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or alter the advertised
topics at any time. Comfori will not be held liable for any costs or liabilities
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