Resource pages for "Hurricanes"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
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The EPA is encouraging individuals, businesses, and communities to follow health and safety tips to mitigate the impacts of natural disasters.
Much of the discussion in the construction community about how to withstand one-time devastating events as well as repeated lesser events that take a toll on the built environment have been centered around the concept of resilience.
Whether hurricanes, wildfires, or earthquakes, threats from nature call for renewed look at emergency preparedness plans.
Here are tips to prevent pest infestations when facilities are impacted by water and wind brought about by a hurricane.
Design solutions and resources to help prepare and protect structures against damage due to high wind events.
The Insurance Institute For Business & Home Safety offers a free guide for facility management and small business owners, covering readiness, improvement options, and last minute prep.
Whether it's a natural threat of extreme weather or a manmade hazard, a disaster can take out an electrical system. What is your plan?
Proper specification and installation of windows, skylights, and related products protects facilities during extreme weather events.
June 1 marks the beginning of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, and the NOAA Climate Prediction Center says above-normal hurricane activity is expected.
Cost-effective prevention is worth considering as the 2018 hurricane season is in full swing, and research from global insurer FM Global bears out this assertion.
Inspired by rebuilding efforts in the region after the 2017 hurricane season, this online resource strives to connect private sector suppliers and government, utility, and regional development agencies.
With the island experiencing a full power outage, Rhodium Group reports that more than 3.4 billion hours of electricity have been lost on the island.
A 34,000 square food storage facility in Puerto Rico escaped the Category 4 hurricane relatively unscathed.
Property damage after a hurricane and the resulting flooding can go beyond repairing physical structures.
With experts forecasting up to nine Atlantic hurricanes this year, companies with wind and flood exposures are advised to consult experts who can help them strengthen their catastrophe insurance programs.
With hurricane season around the corner, regular maintenance and checkups help facility executives rest assured that their generators will provide backup power when needed.
Loss of main power is always a top concern in extreme weather situations, and the non-profit Powered For Patients urges healthcare facility managers to safeguard their backup power supply systems.
Before and after the hurricane tips from KONE, along with an article on regular maintenance for elevator and escalator safety
With the average Hurricane Season typically having nine to 12 named storms, of which five to seven reach hurricane strength and one to three become major hurricanes, the numbers and resources for 2013 are clear indicators that facility managers need to heed this warning and prepare their businesses—now.
The Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) offers tips to protect a building from the damaging effects of a hurricane.
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