Tag: TOTM: Security & Safety
Whatever your security needs, there is an entry system out there that can meet them.
The cleaning industry trade association was awarded a grant for workplace safety and health training on infectious diseases.
As the 2022 hurricane season picks up, facility executives should brush up on how to best keep buildings safe during adverse weather events.
MyAircuity can now report against ASHRAE Laboratory Risk Level rating, has expanded reporting capability and strengthened cybersecurity.
An International Day of Clean Air survey found only 36% of respondents describe the indoor air at their workplace as "very clean."
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Elevator companies have become more proactive about offering product solutions that help mitigate passenger entrapment and equipment damage.
More cleaning companies are focused on creating safer, environmentally-friendly solutions that are more efficient for facility managers.
This technical paper from BlazeMaster Fire Protection Systems dispels five common misconceptions about CPVC pipe and fittings.
High heat and longer hours put construction workers in increased danger of suffering a heat-related illness or accident while on the job.
NFPA 915, the proposed standard for remote inspections, may give the facilities industry a push into the digital future.
Here are five ways to put ESSER funds to use and create cleaner environments for students and teachers as they return to the classroom.
A Permit to Work system ensures that only qualified people are working on a task, which helps keep everyone in a facility safe.
In a zombie apocalypse, you might think your odds of survival hinge on physical and mental strength. But according to a recent ranking, what really matters is where you live.
Facility managers should be confident that their elevator service provider has the proper licensing, training, and skills.
Property managers are leveraging advancements in facial recognition technology to help keep buildings safe and secure.
To become GBAC STAR Registered, Poppy’s Biosafety Intelligence System had to meet efficacy, cost, health and safety requirements, and prove it helps prevent the spread of disease.
Knowing where accidents may happen is the first step to reduce these risks.
For a building’s safety and compliance, facility managers need to explore options for obstruction lighting.
Facility managers need to mitigate the risk of their software, IoT devices, or operational tech from being compromised.
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