Jersey City Municipal Buildings First In NJ To Achieve WELL Rating
Following in Miami's footsteps, Jersey City is just the second U.S. city to achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating across a large part of its municipal building portfolio.
New Research Aims To Prevent Workplace Fatalities
Despite efforts to reduce injury and death on the job, workplace fatalities increased in 2021, with more than 5,000 workers dying.
Feeling The Heat: Temperature Regulation In Heat Transfer
Dave Dyer, technical sales engineer at thermal fluid specialist Global Heat Transfer, explores the importance of air temperature when operating heat transfer systems and how to regulate it effectively.
Enhancing Parking Lot Emergency Communication
By using emergency communication systems such as intercoms and emergency towers can enhance parking lot safety.
A2L Refrigerant Leak Detection
How emerging mildly flammable refrigerants are dictating the need for improved leak detection strategies.
Choosing The Right HVAC Contractors
Facilities managers need providers that have the experience and knowledge to provide heating and cooling solutions.
Budgeting For Building Enclosure Upgrades
Facility managers have to carefully prioritize which repairs to focus on first.
Top 10 Cities At Risk For A Pest Population Boom This Spring
After an unseasonably mild winter, here's the National Pest Management Association's list of the 10 U.S. cities most at risk for increased pest populations this spring.
How To Ensure Employee Safety, Business Continuity As Crises Mount
Overhauling or even fine-tuning emergency preparedness and response plans can feel daunting. Here's where to start.
ASSP Publishes Third Edition Of Safety Professionals Handbook
The Safety Professionals Handbook has become a standard reference guide for safety professionals and students across all industries.
New Research Will Study Filtered Far UV-C Technology
First-of-its-kind research collaboration will evaluate the efficacy of Far-UVC pathogen deactivation while identifying and assessing any negative impact on surrounding air.
Workers Want Employers To Prioritize Physical Safety
Recent survey reveals investing in workplace safety technology is critical for employers' ability to recruit, train and retain a workforce.
Want To Make Facilities Safe For Employees’ Return To The Office? Improve IAQ.
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the most critical steps facility managers can take to mitigate employee concerns and maintain a healthy workspace.
The Importance Of EHS Software And Mobile Applications
A new National Safety Council Work to Zero Initiative white paper shows Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) software can help organizations better understand and manage safety risks.
Are Workplace Air Quality Issues Triggering Anxiety?
New research from Infogrid finds nearly three quarters of hybrid workers are worried about the impact of poor air quality on general health.
Interplay Learning Offers New HVAC Training, Announces Partnership
Interplay Learning offers video-based OSHA 10 and EPA 608 training, and is providing hospitality and safety training with a new partnership.
Safety, Construction Training Minimizes Injuries, Saves Lives
BZI's SteelTech Academy safety and construction training and continuing education program improves job site safety, team performance, team member satisfaction.
U.S. Hospitals Not Prepared To Deal With Ebola
Hospitals are not fully prepared to handle medical waste from Ebola and other deadly viruses on-site, according to the Healthcare Coalition for Emergency Preparedness.
Window Film: A Cost-Effective Solution For Facility Safety, Security
Retrofitting your facility with safety and security window film can make unprotected glass safer by reducing dangers from broken glass.
Managing Mass Notification
Mass notification solutions leverage existing communication tools and tie components together in a single interface.