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“One ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is certainly the case where a building’s roof is concerned, especially when it comes to being prepared for the harsh winter conditions.
Winter storm Jonas dumped up to three feet of snow on the metro DC area, leaving American University’s FM department to battle the blizzard.
In the United States, water damage accounts for a staggering $11 billion of insurance claims each year, and is a cause of trouble for insurance companies and facility managers alike.
Safety.BLR.com put together an infographic to illustrate who’s most at risk for workplace violence and provide suggestions for how to prevent incidents at your company.
A facility executive whose organization employs a significant number of older workers wants to know what steps to take to address that population’s specific safety concerns.
If done poorly, workplace violence training can be intimidating, if not outright frightening. Done correctly, such training can be an empowering tool.
A free training course on extinguishing fires in the workplace is being offered by UL Workplace Health & Safety as part of its comprehensive online eLearning library.
This issue takes a comprehensive look at smart facility technologies, the Internet of Things, maintenance software, and energy management. Plus, mitigating disaster.
Virtually all buildings require a holistic solution, an approach that embraces components of different techniques.
From planning to recovery, having specific procedures in place for disasters helps protect facilities from immediate and long-term damage.