Resource pages for "Emergency Preparedness"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Enlivant has become the first senior living provider to earn the Facility Operations and Management rating for all 215 of its senior living communities.
Kenneth Travers of The Hartford shares 14 useful tips to help facility managers prepare their facilities for winter weather disruptions.
RedSky makes E911 compliance easy: You'll learn everything needed to keep your people safe and your organization protected from exposure in this free video webinar.
After a disaster involving water intrusion, moisture meters are crucial to assess and document the damage prior to replacement or restoration.
The Alamo Colleges District, serving the Greater San Antonio metro area, builds facility resiliency after 2021 winter storm and power grid failure.
During 2021, the National Fire Protection Association (NPFA) marked its 125th year of protecting people and property.
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.
QBE North America provides tips to help businesses prevent fires and mitigate losses if a fire does occur.
The EPA is encouraging individuals, businesses, and communities to follow health and safety tips to mitigate the impacts of natural disasters.
In the emerging, post-pandemic world, organizations are redeveloping more proactive, accurate and intuitive solutions to ensure their emergency-situation responses are as intelligent and successful as possible.
Look to ESCOs when evaluating feasibility of this distributed energy resource for your site.
As companies begin to return to the office, new study reveals security and IT leaders agree physical threats will increase exponentially.
View this free video webinar and learn how mobile technology increases productivity, saves time in emergencies, and creates a level playing field for newcomers and legacy team members.
With up to 10 hurricanes predicted before the end of November, the Atlantic hurricane season shows no signs of slowing, according to NOAA mid-season update.
With shifts in extreme weather around the world, take a fresh look at your emergency preparedness plans for this threat.
Whether hurricanes, wildfires, or earthquakes, threats from nature call for renewed look at emergency preparedness plans.
View this free video webinar to learn about fire sprinkler systems vulnerabilities, why components fail, and how protect them from corrosion and freezing.
With the Pacific hurricane season starting May 15 and the Atlantic season on June 1, this week the EPA is helping the public prepare and plan for hurricanes.
These maintenance measures can improve the safety and resiliency of your facility during a natural hazard.