Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. health articles below.
The high-speed, energy-efficient XLERATOR®, XLERATOReco®, and ThinAir® Hand Dryers were reviewed and their materials verified by a third party.
All this month, the American Heart Association has been encouraging people to bring their furry best friend to work to help their hearts.
Residence halls can be designed to promote physical activity and healthy habits, while using healthy materials and building systems to provide a healthy environment.
A recent study revealed that Seoul Semiconductor’s SunLike Series Natural Spectrum LEDs have beneficial effects on human health and well-being.
As the summer vacation season nears, a new survey reveals that professionals find disconnecting from the office isn't always so easy. What are your plans this summer?
The new report takes a closer look at Americans' views on environmental issues and how the green building industry can be better positioned as a global solution.
Paya Lebar Quarter is the city’s first project to register for the new global building standard focused on occupant well-being and productivity.
OSHA's new recommended practices are intended to help companies promote workplace anti-retaliation programs.
OSHA will conduct a three-day training event in August to educate federal agency safety and health personnel on how to provide safe and healthful workplaces for federal employees.
Delos®, Mayo Clinic collaborate on first ever, human-centered research center dedicated to creating healthier indoor spaces.
While it may look silly, simple desk exercises can do a great deal in terms of office worker general health and well being. So get up, walk around, and shape up!
This recent introduction from Georgia-Pacific Professional provides sanitizer to building occupants.
The uncertain severity and timing of this year’s flu activity means that schools, businesses, and workplaces need to prepare for higher absenteeism rates, along with cases of presenteeism—when someone goes to work or school while sick—leading to productivity declines and the possibility of spreading illness to others.