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Florida takes the top spot for strongest building code, followed by Virginia, in the 2021 Rating the States ranking of hurricane readiness.
These models join the company's line of specialty access products previously approved to withstand severe weather conditions.
June 1 marks the beginning of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, and the NOAA Climate Prediction Center says above-normal hurricane activity is expected.
Before and after the hurricane tips from KONE, along with an article on regular maintenance for elevator and escalator safety
Building Safety Month—the International Code Council’s educational public safety campaign—focuses on saving lives during high-wind events.
Public health resources are insufficient to keep pace with changing demands of the public health system, especially given new concerns about bioterrorism, pandemic disease,...
On June 21 at 10:00amEST, Greg Thirnbeck and Todd Kaska, vice presidents at D.C. Taylor Co., will present along with Jack H. Struyk, president...
A donation of code books by the International Code Council Foundation (ICCF) will help local Louisiana governments' efforts to carry out requirements ...
The 2004 Florida hurricanes presented a set of unique wind-event opportunities allowing teams of Roofing Industry Committee on Weather Issues (RICOWI) investigators to fan...
As Hurricane Ian heads toward the Florida coast, a meteorologist shares what the situation may be like for facility managers in the area.
Facility executives could be wasting a precious resource and funds by not having a water action plan in place, especially during droughts.
As the 2022 hurricane season picks up, facility executives should brush up on how to best keep buildings safe during adverse weather events.
Elevator companies have become more proactive about offering product solutions that help mitigate passenger entrapment and equipment damage.
Electric contractors have new opportunities to support commercial and industrial buildings that rely on nonstop power.
Facility executives should consider these strategies to keep critical IT infrastructure up and running through the unpredictability of hurricane season.
Steel-to-steel structural thermal breaks provide requisite structural integrity, while reducing heat energy transfer by up to 75 percent.
Facility executives are turning to microclimate measurements outside their facility to optimize facility operations and energy efficiency.
When it comes to emergency management, uniform guidelines help facilities and communities handle natural disasters safely and efficiently.
In the wake of a deadly tornado outbreak across eight states, OSHA's Tornado Response and Recovery webpage offers tips to keep workers safe.
Building commissioning helps secure standards that help protect facilities physically and financially.