Healthy Facilities Institute
Resource pages for "Healthy Facilities Institute"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Fresh air is healthier than stale or polluted air, and while increasing ventilation may increase energy use, research shows the benefits of doing so outweigh costs.
With the signing of the "BABIES Act" in October 2016, facilities (at least those controlled by the federal government) have twice the number of stations to clean and maintain.
When it comes to: eliminating unhealthy sources; ventilation; and air filtration, which approaches are sound — and which should facility management filter out?
Learn about the difference between various terms describing on-site generation of cleaning solutions.
With occupant satisfaction in mind, key performance indicators for quality maintenance include appearance and health.
The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) recommends sealed television remote control devices for public spaces like hotel guest rooms and hospital patient rooms.
Science has discovered beneficial microbes that – like a microbial Pacman game ─ will eat many of the common soils in our buildings.
Facility organizations and the Healthy Facilities Institute will support the coalition.
Maintaining a healthy facility depends on a successful combination of processes and products.