Tag: Building Safety
Many organizations are turning to visitor management solutions to maintain security and stop unwanted guests from gaining entry.
ADRF's Emergency Power Off Switch fulfills requirements for Emergency Responder Communication Enhancement Systems (ERCES) in US Counties.
Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner, Senior Director of GBAC, explores how FMs can improve indoor air quality in buildings.
The International Code Council’s 2023 campaign focuses on how building safety is personal, local, and global.
The Roly gate’s design provides protection from personnel injury, product, and equipment damage in pallets in drop areas.
As Hurricane Ian heads toward the Florida coast, a meteorologist shares what the situation may be like for facility managers in the area.
As the 2022 hurricane season picks up, facility executives should brush up on how to best keep buildings safe during adverse weather events.
For a building’s safety and compliance, facility managers need to explore options for obstruction lighting.
New Honeywell communications systems and bi-directional amplifiers (BDA) provide scalable solutions to support first responder emergency radio connectivity.
The all-in-one solution uses AI technology to secure buildings and help prevent loitering, intrusions and property losses.
Survey shows that 75% of executives anticipate at least half their employees will be back in the office this month, and ensuring corporate buildings are safe for return is key.
CO2 measurement is a key contributor to safer and healthier indoor environments.
As New Yorkers head back to work, business and labor union leaders from the real estate industry have created comprehensive office protocols to put public health and safety first.
NEII illustrates how building transportation codes and standards provide the necessary foundation for safety and innovation, enabling modern cities to reach new heights.
The EZ Exit Lighting Kit is being offered as an add-on to conventional exit signs, lighting a path to safety using add-on linear LEDs lights integrated into existing T-grid ceilings.
The document describes in depth the threats of earthquakes on society, and the economic benefits that come from having safer structures in a community.
The IN120 WiFi lock pairs a sleek design with the latest in access control technology.
PRONTO allows candidates to take professional certification exams securely any time of day.
This third article in a three-part series describes crevice corrosion, which occurs at or near areas where metal parts are joined in buildings and on other assets.
This type of corrosion may be difficult to detect and can cause serious damage to critical infrastructure and industrial assets.
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