Content related to ‘Emergency-Preparedness’
Great ShakeOut earthquake drills help people in homes, schools, and organizations improve preparedness and practice how to be safe during earthquakes.
CoreFirst LLC has introduced a proprietary seismic upgrade retrofit system. Modular, steel constructed, “cartridge” style safe zones are installed into existing buildings to upgrade the ability of these structures to withstand a seismic event.
For mass notification, these items produce high fidelity sound output in a low profile design.
The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) provides advice for those managing small and mid-sized facilities in areas vulnerable to wildfire.
BOMA International has two new publications now available in the BOMA store.
A survey by the Society of Fire Protection Engineers found two other facility issues of more importance.
A nationally televised football game was put on hold twice as facilities staff worked to identify the cause of a stadium wide power outage.
Schindler Elevator offers the following tips to consider when preparing for weather related events.
This product is engineered to provide a watertight barrier that protects and prevents water ingress though doors and windows.
In spite of obstacles, fms largely report making progress in emergency preparedness and business continuity planning since 2001, while also noting there is more work to be done.