Tag: reopening facilities
Reopening Day Is Almost Here. Are You Ready?
How to exceed the high health and safety expectations of your occupants as they return to your buildings.
Tips For Preventing, Minimizing Mold Risk After Prolonged Shutdown
Mold and hazard mitigation should be a top priority ahead of reopening a previously inactive property, especially if you plan on welcoming back employees.
Remote Operations Broaden Appeal As Enduring Workplace Option
Eighty-two percent of business executives say their companies will not be reducing office space in the coming year, according to a new AICPA survey.
Assessing Slip And Fall Risks In Facilities
Take the time to walk through your facility and find out where the potential for slips and falls may have increased as a result of COVID-19.
The New Normal For Hospitality
Hospitality facilities are busy incorporating COVID-19 protocols to welcome back guests with safety and comfort.
Trane Indoor Air Quality Assessment
To help building managers evaluate air quality and navigate how to improve it, Trane offers the Trane Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
Should Your Facility Implement Fever Screening?
Fever screening can help, but it is not the panacea to mitigate the spread of infectious disease. Research highlights potential benefits and risks.
Planned Companies Introduces COVID-19 Disinfecting Service Program
Materials include commercial and residential reopening and rapid response guidelines, and a disinfecting procedure booklet.
HealthySpaces AI-Based Application Accelerates Safe Facility Reopening
The new solution from Nomad Go provides real-time data about space occupancy, mask usage, and social distancing to improve COVID-19-related compliance.
Buildings Closed Due To COVID-19 At Risk For Legionnaires’ Disease
Buildings reopening following the shutdown pose a health risk that mimics COVID-19 if water systems aren't brought online properly.
UG2 ReNew Program Addresses Transition To Post-COVID-19 World
This new program from UG2 mitigates risk of infection as employees, students, consumers, and fans reoccupy facilities.