A Solution For Safer, Healthier Buildings

Building owners and facility managers will need to focus on four key areas to meet the new demands of the returning workforce. Find out what these points are and how you can work on those.


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Building owners and facility managers will need to focus on four key areas to meet the new demands of the returning workforce. Find out what these points are and how you can work on those.
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A Solution For Safer, Healthier Buildings

Building owners and facility managers will need to focus on four key areas to meet the new demands of the returning workforce. Find out what these points are and how you can work on those.

A Solution For Safer, Healthier Buildings

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In the wake of the pandemic, building and facility stakeholders are being asked to re-examine their strategies and prepare for a new way of working. Today, expectations among both regulators and occupants are simply different. There will undoubtedly be a new level of scrutiny and demand for many building practices — enhanced sanitation, social distancing, HVAC performance, and so on — that didn’t exist prior to the pandemic.

Building owners and facility managers will need to focus on four key areas to meet the new demands of the returning workforce:

  • Safer space managementreturning workforce
  • Enhanced occupant well-being
  • Improved occupant engagement
  • Streamlined operational efficiency

Download this free e-guide from Schneider Electric which examines each area to help you learn how to adapt successfully to new building maintenance and operations practices.

A Solution For Safer, Healthier Buildings

 

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