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In preparation for July 4th celebrations, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is urging employers in the fireworks and pyrotechnics industry to protect their workers from hazards.
Knowledge workers are increasingly moving away from traditional 9-to-5/Monday-Friday office life, according to the second annual PGi Global Telework Survey.
A growing number of corporate real estate and facilities professionals are choosing to outsource Enterprise Facilities Management (EFM). Start your outsourcing journey on the right foot with these top 10 tips.
New Buildings Institute (NBI) is offering a free tool to help facility executives quickly evaluate the potential savings associated with existing energy saving measures.
New program will match facility management students with internship opportunities.
TFM’s December 2011 issue featured a number of product and service solutions recently introduced by industry suppliers, and Anne Vazquez, TFM’s Managing Editor, spoke with some of these vendors about how their offerings are designed to help facility managers further their goals in 2012.
What are the basic facilities management requirements for call centers?
As the 10-year anniversary approaches, commercial real estate and facilities management professionals are still reinforcing the resulting changes and integrating new best practices to keep their buildings and occupants safe.
Teena Shouse, Global FM chair stated, “Between now and World FM Day 2012, let’s work together to create additional opportunities to raise the awareness of the value we bring to our organizations, network to improve our operations, and continue to grow as FM professionals.”
Are there any resources, organizations, or groups that unite emergency officials (municipal, state, and federal) with corporate facility professionals?