This Question of the Week comes from the Facilities Management Group on LinkedIn.
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon tragedy, what kind of training or awareness directives will you be giving your event cleaning staff? Public buildings and open spaces are always a target for possible high profile activity (whether it be protests or other violent actions like those at the Marathon), but do most facility professionals revise and retrain staff? Should drills be increased? What else can and should be done?
Dean Stavrakas Managing Principal Kleen Teem Services, Inc.
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Other posts by Heidi Schwartz QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Maintenance In A Post-Boston Marathon World http://facilityexecutive.com/2013/04/question-of-the-week-maintenance-in-a-post-boston-marathon-world/ While facility professionals deal with challenges daily, high profile events such as the Boston Marathon bombings and the Texas chemical plan explosion often prompt procedural reviews. What would you do if something like this happened in or around your facility? Could your staff handle it?
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