Resource pages for "COVID-19"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
An unprecedented, unpredictable 2022-23 flu season offers organizations insight about how to protect their staff and visitors in the workplace, according to Reckitt's Lysol Pro Solutions and BlueDot.
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the most critical steps facility managers can take to mitigate employee concerns and maintain a healthy workspace.
The majority of public schools have a written plan in place for a pandemic disease, as well as active shooter situations, natural disasters, and suicide threats or incidents.
The next three years will be critical for organizations to create a more human-centric workplace, finds JLL’s “The Future of Work” survey.
BridgePrep Academy Charter Schools took several measures to create a safe, healthy indoor school environment for students and staff.
Study finds business leaders consider reducing real estate expenses a top priority, along with investing in a workspace aligned with their organization's culture.
Despite COVID-19 and the flu, company holiday parties are making a comeback in 2022. See what's planned this holiday season!
New research from Infogrid finds nearly three quarters of hybrid workers are worried about the impact of poor air quality on general health.
With almost half of Massachusetts' government employees working in a hybrid or remote environment, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito discusses the future of hybrid work.
In Toronto, the first city-wide testing of businesses to evaluate the risk of flu, RSV, and COVID-19 shows that people experience a wide range of ventilation safety over the course of a day.
Hospitals are not fully prepared to handle medical waste from Ebola and other deadly viruses on-site, according to the Healthcare Coalition for Emergency Preparedness.
The U.S. is likely to face a severe and unpredictable respiratory virus season, according to new research.
An infectious disease expert discusses America’s views on cleanliness and what FMs can do to help stop the spread of infectious diseases.
Teachers are alarmed schools haven't done more to improve air quality, even with federal funding available.
Companies focused on return to work must implement customizable technologies to build effective hybrid working models, finds JLL.
Antimicrobial HDPE cooling towers help Kentucky schools qualify for a government ESSER grant which funds total cost of two new units.
An International Day of Clean Air survey found only 36% of respondents describe the indoor air at their workplace as "very clean."
Here are five ways to put ESSER funds to use and create cleaner environments for students and teachers as they return to the classroom.
To become GBAC STAR Registered, Poppy’s Biosafety Intelligence System had to meet efficacy, cost, health and safety requirements, and prove it helps prevent the spread of disease.
Surface wipes deliver an important balance of broad-spectrum efficacy for healthcare settings and worry-free use.