Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Professional-Development articles below.
As businesses reopen, employers should review and reaffirm their dress policies to ensure pajamas remain worn at home—and not at work.
As buildings prepare for reopening it’s clear that most HVAC systems are outdated. Register for this free webinar and learn how a science-based approach can enable a more strategic approach to COVID-19.
As the country reopens from the coronavirus shutdown, National Safety Council urges employers to prepare for a surge in addiction issues and offers guidance for proper handling.
As more workplaces begin to reopen, OSHA is reminding employers that worker safety remains a priority amid both coronavirus and common workplace hazards.
With over 1,300 openings in facility management in the metro area, IFMA Foundation, the IFMA Denver Chapter, and Denver Economic Development and Opportunity are collaborating to fill the looming talent gap.
[FREE EBOOK] Read the basics of building inspections and why they’re a necessary part of running a successful business. Inside, you’ll find the action items and tools you’ll need to ensure a constant state of compliance.
A new survey reveals the majority of human resources executives expect the shift toward teleworking to continue, even one year after COVID-19 substantially subsides.
The technical document outlines best practices for COVID-19 decontamination, including cleaning, disinfection, worker safety, and post cleaning measurement.
As states begin reopening their economies, OSHA has issued two revised enforcement policies to ensure employers are taking action to protect their employees.
Three types of training grants will fund education to help workers and employers identify and prevent workplace safety and health hazards, including the coronavirus.
National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions survey of more than 200 employers found 88% have a COVID-19 return-to-work task force in place.
A new alert from OSHA lists safety tips employers can use to protect nursing home and long-term care facility workers from exposure to the coronavirus.
View this free video webinar and learn the definition of connected lighting, key elements of a modern connected lighting system, technology implementations, regulatory requirements, and more.
In addition to English and Spanish, OSHA offers “Ten Steps All Workplaces Can Take to Reduce Risk of Exposure to Coronavirus” poster in 11 more languages.
Time is running out to cast your vote in the 2020 Custodian of the Year contest hosted by Cintas Corporation.
If your company is going above and beyond to help its employees and/or the community at large during the COVID-19 crisis, let us know.
Security associations join forces to deliver increased services to global security leaders as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic crisis.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the HVACR industry has requested "essential business" status for its technicians and engineers.
In just a few decades, facility management has morphed from a mere provider of services to a key cog in the business growth engine.
Does your organization urgently need employees to work from home due to COVID-19? Try these five helpful tips.
Technology is rapidly changing the roles and responsibilities of facilities management professionals. Learn five tips on how you can be an early adopter and leader in an evolving industry.
A new white paper from the Campbell Institute helps employers put serious injury and fatality prevention programs in place.
This free video webinar will provide insight on how and where to apply technology tools for a streamlined, productive workplace.
75 percent of organizations plan to increase their investment in energy efficiency and smart buildings, according to Johnson Controls' 2019 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey.
Annual fire safety system inspections are an expected and much-anticipated occurrence for businesses and organizations. While fire life safety inspections may not be considered the most exciting part of operations, they are necessary to promoting safety for your building’s staff, visitors and occupants.