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Building commissioning helps secure standards that help protect facilities physically and financially.
The EPA is encouraging individuals, businesses, and communities to follow health and safety tips to mitigate the impacts of natural disasters.
Preparing for the worst allows facilities teams to act quickly to protect occupants from harm, resume operations, and secure assets.
View this free video webinar and learn how to proactively plan for catastrophic situations by having an alternative procurement program in place before disaster strikes.
Whether it's a natural threat of extreme weather or a manmade hazard, a disaster can take out an electrical system. What is your plan?
Intracom Systems has released VCOM DRaaS. In the event of a widespread emergency, such as COVID-19, VCOM DRaaS enables users of critical communications systems to continue to work from home or other remote locations outside the office or studio.
From hurricanes to wildfires to tornadoes, disasters can leave facilities exposed to a range of electrical safety issues. This roundtable with several industry experts provides insight.
Environmental monitoring can detect emergencies and allow buildings to communicate with their operators, preventing minor issues from becoming disasters.
Nearly 30 percent of organizations lost business revenue due to an outage in the last 12 months, according to Spiceworks study.
Natural disasters can be sudden and unpredictable in the damage they inflict on facilities.
Early forecasts from storm prediction analysts indicate 2018 will be above average for hurricane season. Here’s how to protect data centers from significant downtime.
The Disaster Recovery Pocket Source is an essential reference for those responsible for helping to put organizations back to normal after a crisis.
The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association has released a customizable template designed to help retail facilities managers assess the status of stores following a natural disaster.
Hiring a contractor with disaster relief experience is a key for facility professionals to get their organizations up and running as quickly as possible.
Proper planning can help prevent many “what ifs,” as well as help save lives and get your business back on track quicker following a natural disaster.
A new CareerBuilder survey reveals that 1 in 5 workers would not know how to protect themselves if an emergency in their office posed a physical threat.
From planning to recovery, having specific procedures in place for disasters helps protect facilities from immediate and long-term damage.
Cintas offers five preparation tips to help your business “weather the storm” and bounce back in a timely manner.
Actions ensure that businesses and communities are disaster resilient.
HUD partners with the Rockefeller Foundation to announce $1 billion competition.