Resource pages for "Linkedin"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
My question is about the practicality of digital blueprints and other oversized, large scale documents related to facilities management. I am looking for feedback from others who can share their experiences.
Where can I find templates or guidelines for preventive maintenance management plans for split aircon units?
What are some of the major challenges standing in the way of effective workplace psychological injury management?
Ventilation rates have been studied in numerous ways, but has anyone used it in connection with absenteeism and wellness programs?
I've used a few different programs in past lives but they were mostly geared towards educational facilities or they didn't include some of the vital modules I'm looking for in this particular application. I have found an option that seems pretty sharp and includes most of what I'm looking for, but I'd appreciate more feedback.
I am trying to figure out the best way to manage the parking situation at my facility and would welcome feedback on automation, revenue, and staffing.
I know we're supposed to trust our vendors, but do any of you bother with photo or video verification of completed tasks? If so, do you find it helpful?
When an important employee appears to be coming down with flu-like symptoms, what can—and SHOULD—facility managers do?
How are facilities managers handling smoke free policies with regard to electronic cigarettes?
It is possible to set up a reservation system that actually works with regard to communal meeting spaces?
If an AEC professional uses BIM for a building project and one of the components fails due to a problem with the software, who is ultimately responsible?
Of the current facility management software products currently on the market, which one does the job best? Or do they all miss one feature or another to some degree?
Do you have any feedback on the best strategy for implementing a high tech approach to operations and optimizing current full-time staff?
I was in the process of winterizing the fancoil units, and I noticed that one of them is not getting any flow in the hot water coil (even though I opened both the manual and control valves). What could be the problem?
Would you be able to assist or suggest various steps/guidelines to follow in making a good and practical business continuity plan?
Now that mobile technology is everywhere, what is considered fair and reasonable in terms of personal cell phone usage in the workplace?
In a post-Sandy world, how can facility managers prepare to bring operations back online without causing even greater problems?
Is there some tangible, yet unconventional way to evaluate facility managers in terms of customer satisfaction?
As a millennial who has just entered the corporate workforce, I am quite familiar with the challenges of being attracted to—and going through—onboarding, but I'd also like to understand these issues from the facility manager's perspective.
When faced with an emergency situation like a flood or a fire, how should facility management professionals prioritize their efforts AFTER the event?