1 ESTATES AND FACILITIES DEPARTMENT SERVICE LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS Updated 2011
2 CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Mission Statement PART 1 - Service and Standards 3. Contacts 3.1 All Staff 3.2 General Office Staff 4. Maintenance 4.1 Repairs and Maintenance 4.2 Electrical Services 4.3 Mechanical Services 4.4 Planned Preventative Maintenance 4.5 Long-term Maintenance 4.6 Grounds and Gardens 5. Environmental Management 5.1 Environmental Management Buildings and Grounds 5.2 Energy & Carbon Management 6. Building Projects 7. Project Management 8. Property Management 9. Portering 10. Central Stores 11. Security 12. Cleaning 13. Telephones 14. External and Internal Mail 15. Pest Control 16. Car Parking 17. Timetabling & Space Management 18. Fire, Health and Safety and Other Statutory Regulations 19 Emergency Procedures 20 Complaints and Compliments
3 PART 2 - Service Monitoring and Review APPENDIX A Response Times for Maintenance Work APPENDIX B Department Contacts APPENDIX C - Out of Hours Emergency Works Contacts
4 1. INTRODUCTION This document sets out a framework for the Estates and Facilities department and the service requirements to meet the needs of the College across all areas of the campus including the Loring Sports Ground located at Sidcup in Kent. The document is set out in a way which describes each service that is to be provided, the aim of the service, what the user of the service can expect form the provider and what the provider expects of the user. The Estates and Facilities Department welcomes your comments regarding this document, on its layout and contents. Comments can be sent to the Head of Administration, Estates and Facilities Department, 2. MISSION STATEMENT To provide a professional and cost effective service to enable the College to carryout its core business allowing teaching and research activities to proceed in a safe and efficient manner and create an environment which enhances the working conditions of students, staff and visitors To achieve this we will: monitor, control and co-ordinate the delivery of the strategic and operational plans. provide services which improve and enhance the working environment of the College by: project management ensuring compliance with all legislation as apprioriate effective energy & carbon management monitoring performance against indicators on an annual basis providing a safe, secure and clean environment providing and maintain a telephone communication system To fulfil this we will: communicate clearly
5 respond to demands service requests in a professional manner seek customer feedback at regular intervals ensure that a member of staff is available during normal working hours to respond to urgent matters provide fully qualified crafts persons or contractors within agreed timescales and with the minimum of disruption be proactive in involving those affected by our activities in project planning and progress reports manage college property to achieve the best utilisation of space provide a curating service that promotes and maintains college owned art and artifacts collections.
6 PART 1 - SERVICES AND STANDARDS 3. CONTACTS Aim - to present a customer-orientated image 3.1 All staff will : immediately respond to emergency calls through the use of the emergency procedures answer telephone enquiries politely and efficiently inform the General Office of whereabouts when out on site or off campus along with a relevant contact number take messages for staff who are out of the office and ensure that urgent calls are dealt with without delay regularly check individual boxes throughout the day greet visitors courteously trades staff will be easily recognisable as College staff and wear appropriate clothing for the work in hand. 3.2 General Office Staff will: provide an efficient help desk service sort incoming post as soon as it is received and ensure that it is passed to the appropriate recipient ensure addressees are informed immediately on receipt of a fax maintain information on the whereabouts of all site based staff upkeep systems and records to provide accurate and timely information.
7 4 MAINTENANCE Repairs and maintenance, planned preventative maintenance and long-term maintenance 4.1 Repairs and Maintenance Aim - to carry out day to day repairs and maintenance with minimum disruption to the College s core activities within agreed priorities and time scales provide a Help Desk to facilitate communication respond to telephone and written requests inform the client of the date and time of the commencement of the work and any possible disruption that may arise inform the client of any change to dates or times and reasons for change agree the access to the area concerned and explain any constraints that may be imposed whilst the task is being undertaken provide professional and experience craft persons to carry out the task undertake quality audits of work carried out have a target of achieving 80% of the response times for requests for maintenance work, as set out in Appendix A report defects and items for repair to the Estates Office, or telephone extn 7121 between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. An emergency call out repair service will operate out of these hours. Emergency call outs will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. be vigilant in all areas e.g. teaching rooms and report defects in a timely manner. co-operate with the craft persons where inevitable disruption may occur as a result of a particular repair ensure a safe working environment for Estates staff take an active role in providing service feedback submit complaints/compliments (preferably in writing) to the Estates & Facilities Department using address.
8 4.2 Electrical Services Aim - to ensure that the College complies with all relevant statutory legislation associated with electrical services to maintain a safe working environment. ensure that artificial lighting and local electrical power are working efficiently and effectively test all building electrical installations on a programmed basis and maintain appropriate records keep records of testing of portable electrical appliances in accordance with the College s current testing procedures ensure that electrical mains and distribution boards are configured in such a way to enable the quick restoration of electrical supplies in the case of a fault and that they are properly maintained not to bring untested electrical equipment onto site. report any electrical faults immediately if during core hours or in accordance with the Estates and Facilities Department Emergency Out of Hours call out procedure (Appendix C) cease using electrical equipment immediately on suspicion of a fault use electrical services safely and seek guidance if in any doubt 4.3 Mechanical Services Aim - to ensure that the College complies with all statutory legislation in respect of mechanical services in order to maintain a safe working environment ensure that centrally operated heating plant is working efficiently ensure that there is adequate hot water distribution ensure that there is adequate mains and tank water distribution ensure that there is a safe gas supply ensure that centrally operated supply and extraction ventilation systems are working efficiently
9 ensure that centrally operated mechanical equipment is operated safely and regularly maintained report all defects immediately if during core hours or in accordance with the Estates and Facilities Department Emergency Out of Hours call out procedure (Appendix C) use mechanical services safely and seek guidance if in any doubt cease using immediately on suspicion of a fault 4.4 Planned Preventative Maintenance Aim - to maintain the safety and efficient operation of buildings, plant and equipment ensure that appropriate maintenance contracts are procured keep under review all existing guidance and respond to new legislation to ensure that the College s obligations are met at the request of Departments, provide advice of possible maintenance requirements of equipment and initiate maintenance contracts if required immediately report any defects or hazards that could affect the health and safety College s staff, students, external contractors and visitors 4.5 Long-term Maintenance Aim - to implement a long-term maintenance programme with the aim that the College estate is generally upgraded to a good condition - category B as defined by RICS i.e. only minor defects commission a condition survey on a ten year cycle of all buildings which will inform and assist with the development of a long-term maintenance programme which will serve the strategic needs of the organisation periodically validate the programme
10 bring to the Estates and Facilities Department s attention any items of service or fabric of a maintenance nature that is felt needs replacing. 4.6 Grounds and Gardens Aim - to create a safe and pleasant environment by ensuring that the grounds and gardens the New Cross campus and Loring Sports Ground in Sidcup, Kent are maintained to a high standard. maintain the ground and gardens, access routes, pathways and ensure that roads are kept clear of leaves and other debris immediately report any defects or hazards that could affect the health and safety of College s staff, students, external contractors and visitors 5 ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 5.1 Buildings and Grounds Aim - to be committed to and contribute to the conservation and protection of the environment and achieve the actions identified within the Environmental and Sustainability Policy (and sub-policies) and will improve our own environmental practices. promote awareness of environmental activities amongst staff and students work in accordance with targets to reduce the College s carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by 2020 introduce sustainable construction principles to all new build, refurbishments and extensions for both campus building and halls of residence ensure that all building work undertaken has the concepts of environmental responsibility and sustainability as central issues within the works brief implement a wide range of building energy management measures including, but not limited to: automated metering; replacement boiler programme; increased insulation; and the replacement of light fittings to energy light fittings campus wide.
11 to actively contribute to and promote the concept of sustainable development and improved environmental conditions by taking individual accountability of own impact on the environment in and around the college. 5.2 Energy & Carbon Management Aim - to be committed to responsible energy and water management. To endorse the principle that energy and water conservation is of paramount importance in terms of reducing costs and protecting the global environment. To provide a working environment in compliance with regulations and the College s Energy and Environmental policies. improve and maintain, at the highest level possible, the energy and water efficiency of the buildings and engineering services conserve energy by progressively improving heating and lighting systems conserve water by gradually installing water saving devices provide advice and guidance on matters relating to energy and water consumption
12 ensure energy and water consuming equipment is run in an efficient manner within your department consult with the Estates and Facilities Department prior to purchasing energy and water consuming equipment accept ownership of energy and water consumption within your department switch off equipment when not being used report energy and water use wastage promptly to the Estates Department. 6 BUILDING PROJECTS Building Improvements Aim - to carry out all approved minor improvements and capital projects in a timely and efficient manner provide budget estimation of works for departments within a timely manner of receiving the final brief obtain quotes or tenders for the work required confirm the cost of the job and the programme with the client before work commences. communicate with the Head of Capital Projects named in Appendix B plan in advance and work in-conjunction the Estates and Facilities Department to agree the work programme and timescales always use the Estates and Facilities Department as an the first point of contact and not bring contractors onto the Estate to work on College building fabric or mechanical, engineering services and grounds and gardens.
13 7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Aim - to provide a project management service for the College appoint where appropriate an Estates and Facilities or College project manager to manage each project consult the client throughout the design, construction and handover processes to enable the project to be delivered to an agreed quality and time-scale where the project impacts across several disciplines establish a project group to ensure efficient communication in the development and commissioning process monitor project costs to ensure compliance with approved budgetary authority ensure compliance with specifications and approved standards undertake the project in accordance with a project plan checklist to ensure that all statutory health and safety, planning regulations and legal requirements are met review all project designs to ensure lowest possible operating and maintenance costs. give clear details of requirements for the scheme and what final outcome/quality you wish to achieve respond in a timely manner to any queries raised by the project manager participate in group discussions where joint users are involved ensure the transfer of necessary funding as appropriate refrain from introducing changes after designs are signed off and the contractors have started on site, however, where changes are necessary, ensure approval through the approved Estates and Facilities change management process. 8. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Aim - to ensure that buildings and land holdings are appropriate to College s teaching and research activities
14 maintain an accurate Estates Property Information Systems provide advise on and undertake disposal or acquisition of property maintain rating schedules for all property on the estates information systems maintain a record of all the College s building stock and details of space and space utilisation maintain a record of land holdings and property deeds. 9 PORTERING Aim - to provide an efficient porterage service to meet the needs of the College. provide daily portering services to all buildings assist with the spreading of grit and clearing of snow when the weather makes this necessary assist with spills and floods as required assist Examinations Office Invigilators and other staff/students during examinations by preparing exam rooms, displaying information and direct students where asked to do so by invigilators assist security staff with crowd management during degree ceremonies assist with general maintenance checks assist with emergencies and the emergency evacuation of buildings assist with the movement of furniture and equipment within the College reception - receives and direct visitors. prepare rooms for meetings and functions. collect and distribute mail and parcels provide portering support to ceremonies, examinations and other College events arrange classrooms, study/examination areas to suit timetabled requirement by arrangement.
15 to provide at least 24hrs hours notice of work tasks required provide written notification of room set up and other requirements for special events, preferably two weeks in advance and at least one month for large events (special arrangements apply to Degree Ceremonies). inform us in advance of any expected large deliveries. 10 CENTRAL STORES The aim - to provide a 'goods inwards' point for the receipt of College parcels, which are then distributed by Central Storekeepers. distribute the received goods to the appropriate College locations in a timely manner liaise with departments regarding distribution arrangements notify Central Stores of large deliveries provide proof of receiving by signing for the goods.
16 11 SECURITY Aim - The Security Service aims to provide an open campus environment while at the same time ensuring a safe, secure and crime free campus continually evaluate and improve security arrangements to provide a safer environment achieve the quality levels (KPIs) defined in the Security Service Contract provide a high level of customer care respond immediately to emergencies. respond to routine security issues within 2 hours provide a uniformed patrolling security presence take measures to protect staff, students, visitors, property and buildings provide a response and investigation capacity for all fire and intruder alarms on University property log and report incidents of crime, nuisance and vandalism liaise with the local Constabulary and provide information to the police to help them beat crime. review and report crime statistics and trends on a regular basis. open and lock academic buildings in accordance with the agreed schedules. provide security advice to the University community continually review and extend the CCTV system as budgets allow monitor CCTV equipment and ensure legislative compliance steward ceremonial occasions and other special events as may arise from time to time
17 ensure that all security staff receives the appropriate training as necessary provide a service to control and monitor all aspects of vehicle parking on University property provide a response capacity to instigate and control the necessary evacuation of all University property in the event of fire, bomb alert or other incident provide a first aid response capacity capable of deployment anywhere on the main University campus at any time operate an emergency call-out service for Maintenance staff outside normal working hours co-operate with identified security staff and provide immediate information on any incident brief new employees and students on the use of any ID or access cards provide advance notification (minimum of 7 days where possible) of events requiring security involvement inside or outside normal working hours be vigilant and report any matter that may endanger people or property on University property or affecting University property comply with University policies relating to the use and parking of motor vehicles on University property never loan out personal ID issued cards 12. CLEANING Aim - to ensure that Cleaning Services are delivered according to agreed standards and performance indicators, ensuring that buildings, roads and grounds are kept clean to create a pleasant clean environment for staff, students and visitors to the campus provide a cleaning service to non-residential areas as stipulated in the cleaning specification, with the proviso that we will amend the specification within existing resources to meet local requirements, or give a higher level of service if asked to do so where the extra cost is met by the department. provide carpet cleaning, floor treatments etc. on a chargeable basis to departments. maintain a professional and customer-oriented image to the users of the service.
18 provide a rolling programme of window cleaning arrange cleaning after building work on a re-chargeable basis. report damaged or malfunctioning fixtures and fittings and other defects to the fabric of the building which may cause a hazard to students, staff or visitors. provide sufficient and adequate secure storage for stores equipment and materials to take reasonable measures to facilitate out service provision and reduce where possible the amount of soiling and dirt created by their activities (e.g. empty coffee cups before placing in the waste bin, co-operate with efforts to recycle) liaise with department for the changing of locks, keys, alarm codes, swipe card locks and any other security arrangements, giving at least three day notice of changes and providing replacement keys etc ensure care is taken not to put any items which are not for disposal on/in waste bins where they may be thrown out by mistake use correct colour coded bags for waste, and not filled to excess enable access to cleanings staff during the cleaning shift to the areas to be cleaned, light switches and power within these areas and sources of hot/cold water and drainage for soiled water provide any information on specific risks to cleaning staff in any areas to be cleaned (e.g. labs) provide up to date data on rooms, areas and type of use to enable accurate and efficient management of cleaning service. 13 TELEPHONES Aim - to provide and maintain a voice communication system for the benefit of all authorised users within the organisation provide a central switchboard operator service Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5.00pm answer all calls efficiently, courteously and politely maintain the exchange equipment, switchboards, cabling network and associated equipment in a safe and sound condition
19 provide replacements for faulty handsets and progress all reported faults with the appropriate maintainer or public network on behalf of the College maintain the call logging and telephone management system to provide monthly departmental reports on extension call costs, monitor network traffic, and trace exceptional use if requested maintain an up to date switchboard directory advise users on the facilities of the exchange and handsets, and make changes to the configuration as required advise users on new equipment and installations they may require monitor the industry and suppliers to ensure products and services are obtained at the most beneficial cost to the College. reports faults to extension 7104 advise us on extension 7104 of any staff changes or moves ensure personal calls are handled in an agreed manner to read the relevant policy or seek advice in doubt
20 14 EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MAIL Aim - To provide an efficient College Wide postal system receive deliveries from Royal Mail and all courier companies for post and parcels addressed to the College s post code provide a central collection point and counter service for outgoing post and parcels provide advice and support for large mail-outs and priority services. provide at least 48 hours notice for large mail-outs (over 500 items) giving details of quantities provide at least 24 hours notice, by fax, memo, when collection or despatch of bulk mail is required ensure that courier items to be in the post room by 3.30pm to allow the relevant documentation to be completed that parcels do not exceed 30kg in weight ensure that outgoing mail should be received by the Post Room no later than 4.15pm all postal charges are recharged to Departments according to number stamped. All Departments to stamp/label outgoing mail as requested by Post Room. 15 PEST CONTROL Aim - To provide efficient pest control services contract out to a professional pest control organisation immediately report any infestation or evidence of vermin to Estates Services ensure that waste food and food hygiene standards are adhered to
21 16 CAR PARKING Aim - To provide efficient car parking management services include parking supervision as part of the security contract issue parking permits to authorised users ensure that mobility parking areas are used correctly. use public transport where ever possible park in permitted locations only. 17 TIMETABLING & SPACE MANAGEMENT SERVICES Space Management Aim - to ensure that adequate space that is functionally fit for purpose is allocated following requests from Departments within agreed timescales receive a request for space allocation and allocate space according to the space need, with approval given by Director of Estates and Facilities advise on suitable space accommodation and minor adjustments to accommodate improved space utilisation. We expect clients to ensure that space is requested in accordance with the space management policy (to be devised) cooperate with the Estates and Facilities department s recommendation for improved space utilisation within existing allocated space or space to be allocated ensure that space for new staff posts are identified prior to start date
22 consult with EFD on any proposed change in the use of space inform EFD when any space becomes vacant. We will Timetabling Services & Room Bookings Aim - To ensure that the annual academic session allocations and one off room bookings are allocated and confirmed in a timely manner. circulate room allocations to departments before the start of the new academic year and at other times during the year deal with problems with teaching rooms which require re-locating deal with enquiries about location of particular events/classes monitor room utilisation and condition of rooms at least on a yearly basis. provide up to date information on a weekly basis, to Security/Reception regarding bookings in centrally booked areas provide confirmation of rooms booked room-bookings will provide advice regarding most suitable locations or alternatives for events/teaching maintain and update a list of bookable rooms and their facilities provide all relevant information, in an accurate, complete, clean and legible layout, at the time of requesting teaching rooms for allocation against timetables, as outlined in the pro-forma sent out to departments prior to timetables being drawn up adhere to the submission deadlines set out on a semester basis as the allocation of rooms to timetables is dependent on departments notify Room Bookings of any special requirements of particular groups e.g. accessibility, setup, room facilities cancel any bookings no longer required at the earliest opportunity, by notifying the Timetabling and Space Management Service ensure that for advertised events, organisers do not promote or advertise the event until the booking is agreed and a confirmation has been received. Where events are repeated every year, rooms must be requested each time and confirmation obtained by the organisers. We will not transfer bookings from one year to the next without a request
23 complete the appropriate online booking form for all one off booking requests at least two weeks before event for booking space for events, giving details of expected numbers, dates, times, set-ups, AV equipment, catering, nature of events etc. so that the most appropriate room/s can be booked and allow sufficient access time for set-up and take-down where there is a problem with a room, to give the details of the time, group/event and what the nature of the problem. Where there are two groups expecting to use a room at the same time, for details of what the two events/groups are so that we can investigate where they were meant to be for organisers of teaching, recruitment, etc, events to give those attending clear directions and details of locations where the events are taking place when communicating by , to provide full contact details, including department/school, name, including department/school, name, extension number, and what rooms are already booked and when (if applicable) 18 FIRE, HEALTH AND SAFETY AND OTHER STATUTORY REGULATIONS Aim - to maintain up to date information on statutory obligations work with the College Health and Safety Adviser to ensure understanding and compliance with all Health and Safety legislation read the relevant polices seek advise on procedures if in doubt
24 19 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Aim - to provide an effective and immediate response to any emergency relating to land and buildings or the maintenance of the estate, in any of the College s properties ensure that immediate advice is sought from relevant officers follow the College s emergency procedures for any of the following incidents occurring during office hours (i.e. between 8.30am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday - except Bank Holidays) Gas leaks Water leak, flood Electrical failure Storm damage Structural damage Bomb alert Fire Alarm Personal accident Lift failure carry out the first action which must be for any person identifying a potential emergency situation should raise the alarm (unless automatic fire alarm activates) and/or telephone main reception on extension 7100 or 666 who will be responsible for implementing the appropriate agreed procedure EMERGENCY PROCEDURES OUT OF HOURS ensure that all urgent calls are made to the College Security Lodge in the Main Building on extend 666 who will then contact the appropriate emergency out of hours contact person named in Appendix C.
25 20 COMPLAINTS OR COMPLIMENTS Aim - to acknowledge all written complaints or compliments within 5 working days of receipt, and respond to within 10 working days of receipt investigate all complaints in a thorough and professional manner We would welcome constructive criticism and comments to enable us to improve our service in the future compliments where these are well deserved liaise through the appropriate Officer to resolve difficulties or, if not satisfied, through the Director of Estates and Facilities.
26 PART 2 - SERVICE MONITORING AND REVIEW Aim to monitor and review the service provided to improve efficiency for the future continually review the service provided by examining current practices, exploring alternatives for improvement and establishing effective programmes for implementation review the Estates Management Statistics(EMS) benchmarks annually, alongside any other performance monitoring used by EFD make comparisons through data accumulation between years and between old methods and improvements to services take into account resource constraints to avoid developing a costly means of assessing performance which may not have true benefits to the College. undertake service monitoring by: identifying service standards measuring volume performance indicators arrange and service and Estates and Facilities user group
27 APPENDIX A Response Times for Attending to Maintenance Requests for Work During Core Working Hours ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL PRIORITY 1 response within 1 hour Persons stuck in lift (within 30 minutes) Alarms sounding (fire alarms etc.) Total loss of power to an area Faulty fire alarm, detection or suppression system or appliance" ELECTRICAL PRIORITY 2 response same day Emergency light bleeping Light over a desk, workbench etc. Power loss to sockets Light switch faults Lights out on stairs Emergency exit signs out Barrier faults Ventilation supply fans Power supply to air conditioning units Fume cupboard failure ELECTRICAL PRIORITY 3 response within 24 hours Tube/light flickering Odd lights out in rooms
28 Power to non-urgent sockets Campus lighting ELECTRICAL PRIORITY 4 response within 3 working days Any non-urgent work Lighting other than above Non-urgent work asked for by Departments Any work requested by estates officers ELECTRICAL PRIORITY 5 response within 5 working days Any planned maintenance work Pricing of work or materials for estates/departments MECHANICAL MECHANICAL PRIORITY 1 response within 1 hour Floods Reports of gas leaks MECHANICAL PRIORITY 2 response same day Toilets blocked Urinals blocked Heating system cold Domestic hot water cold Radiator cold Fume cupboard extract not working Ventilation systems not working Taps leaking
29 Kitchen equipment faults Sink waste blockages Blocked drains MECHANICAL PRIORITY 3 response within 24 hours Toilet seat Work in toilets Drain work MECHANICAL PRIORITY 4 response within 3 days Any non-urgent work Any work requested by Departments Any work requested by estates officers MECHANICAL PRIORITY 5 response within 5 days Any planned maintenance work Pricing of work or materials for estates/departments CARPENTRY CARPENTRY PRIORITY 1 response within 1 hour Break-ins Security issues with doors Window openers or hinges broken Gaining access to rooms faulty lock CARPENTRY PRIORITY 2 response same day Doors sticking Window openers sticking
30 Faulty door closers Faulty door floor springs Locks that are hard to lock/unlock Key pad lock sticking Flooring trip hazard CARPENTRY PRIORITY 3 response within 24 hours Pre planned work Replacement keys (Kabba exempt) CARPENTRY PRIORITY 4 response within 3 days Replacement keys (Kabba and Assa Keys are exempt) Any non-urgent work CARPENTRY PRIORITY 5 response within 5 days Pricing of work or materials for estates/departments Broken Windows Blinds
31 APPENDIX B Estates and Facilities Department Contacts Michael Dick Director of Estates and Facilities Robin Cole PA to, Director of Estates and Facilities Patsy Carter Head of Administration Vacant Head of Facilities Catriona Boulton Head of Capital Projects Richard Groves Energy & Environmental Manager Janet Sellar Facilites Manager (Soft Services) Alan Bullen Dean Humpheys Maintenance Foreman Maintenance Foreman Tony Cambridge Grounds and Gardens (New Cross) Sarah Cloherty Timetabling & Space Management Officer
32 APPENDIX C Out of Hours Emergency Maintenance In the event of an emergency during college closure hours please contact College staff listed as appropriate For Electrical Emergencies The Security Office ext 7105 who will authorise the relevant emergency callout For Heating and Plumbing Emergencies The Security Office ext 7105 who will authorise the relevant emergency callout For Building Maintenance Work Emergencies The Security Office ext 7105 who will authorise the relevant emergency callout
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