Resource pages for "training"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
New online learning program offers education, training to help cleaning professionals get knowledge and skills needed to clean for health effectively, efficiently, and safely.
Through FM Framework, IFMA has partnered with eight organizations in the built environment industry, and at its World Workplace conference this week recognized members making a difference for facility management.
With a carefully considered green cleaning program, facility managers can protect the environment while safeguarding occupants and staff.
Learn how to reduce your foodservice operation's environmental impact on campus with resources and training.
The Harwood Grants focus on targeted training, awareness, creation of safety programs for nonprofit organizations.
The impact of retirement on school facility teams can be tempered when building information is easily available to multiple parties, including newcomers, administrators, teachers, and staff members.
The International Code Council's 41st annual awareness campaign about building safety features free resources and events for the public.
These five tips will help create an efficient and organized janitorial closet so that custodial services can perform at peak levels.
The Susan Harwood federal safety and health training grants will help train workers and employers at 90 nonprofit organizations to recognize serious workplace hazards.
As more workplaces begin to reopen, OSHA is reminding employers that worker safety remains a priority amid both coronavirus and common workplace hazards.
The Clean Start: Back to Work Tax Credit for businesses would offset the costs of cleaning services, purchasing cleaning products, and sanitary-related equipment, as well as training.
Three types of training grants will fund education to help workers and employers identify and prevent workplace safety and health hazards, including the coronavirus.
In its mission to keep workplaces free of hazards, OSHA significantly increased the number of inspections and provided a record amount of compliance assistance during FY 2019.
New report from EVERFI finds that negative stress, as well as high rates of toxic and negative culture, are common in the workplace.
For National Electrical Safety Month, updated workplace safety information to reduce electrical injuries is available from the Electrical Safety Foundation International.
In early May, OSHA will join with occupational safety organizations for the week-long event that focuses on preventing falls in construction, the industry’s leading cause of fatalities.
The framework features professional development options from a group of associations and will provide resources for the entire operational life cycle of the built environment.
Workplace violence is on the rise, and new SHRM data demonstrates need for more workplace violence education, prevention, and training.
A new survey from Cintas found that 63 percent of Americans are not confident that they know how to operate an automated external defibrillator (AED).
A collection of compliance assistance resources from OSHA aim to reduce the number of fall-related injuries and fatalities in the construction industry.