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American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Practice Specialty Administrator Linda Tapp, ALCM, CSP, of Cherry Hill, NJ, recently pointed out how, with the workforce being more diverse than ever, it is important for facility managers to be aware and take actions to help provide a safe workplace for everyone—regardless of their age, language, body shape, […]


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American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Practice Specialty Administrator Linda Tapp, ALCM, CSP, of Cherry Hill, NJ, recently pointed out how, with the workforce being more diverse than ever, it is important for facility managers to be aware and take actions to help provide a safe workplace for everyone—regardless of their age, language, body shape, […]

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Latest: Diversity’s impact on workplace safety - American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Practice Specialty Administrator Linda Tapp, ALCM, CSP, of Cherry Hill, NJ, recently pointed out how, with the workforce being more diverse than ever, it is important for facility managers to be aware and take actions to help provide a safe workplace for everyone—regardless of their age, language, body shape, […]

Diversity’s impact on workplace safety

American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Practice Specialty Administrator Linda Tapp, ALCM, CSP, of Cherry Hill, NJ, recently pointed out how, with the workforce...

Green buildings better for learning?

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Clearing up code confusion

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Change Management event today and tomorrow in NYC

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Updated position on design of fire protection systems

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From the residential world: built in less than an hour

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New tool for safety management

The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has available for sale the newly approved American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z10 standard, which helps organizations...

The link between mold and asthma

Two landmark studies released earlier this year provide the first solid evidence that damp buildings and exposure to indoor mold growth are risk...

Illness cited as top reason for home-based workers

In a survey of over 1,000 home-based customer service workers, over one-fourth of them had a major illness or a major illness in their...

Highlights of the Louisiana Recovery and Rebuilding Conference

The Louisiana Recovery and Rebuilding Conference has been taking place over the past few days. The conference is presented by The American Institute of...

Friday Funny: A Maintenance Aria? (I don't make this stuff up)

To spread the message to the world to work against the Maintenance Crisis, Joel Leonard enlisted David Holley, Director of Opera at the famed...

Friday Funny: A Maintenance Aria? (I don’t make this stuff up)

To spread the message to the world to work against the Maintenance Crisis, Joel Leonard enlisted David Holley, Director of Opera at the famed...

The world of Greenbuild

After arriving at Greenbuild this morning, I attended a portion of an educational session dedicated to a subject near and dear to the hearts...

Building in the aftermath

The National Building Museum will sponsor a series of educational sessions exploring the impact of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita on architecture, engineering, preservation,...

Can health care facilities meet patient demand?

According to a recent survey of health care executives across the country, 52% do not believe our nation's health care facilities will be able...

More problems in high profile facilities

In Athens, Greece, repairs are being made to the roof of the Olympic Stadium. Officials reassure the public there is no serious safety issue,...

New furniture emissions testing standard in review

The BIFMA Furniture Emissions Standard (FES) Subcommittee recently completed drafting a Standard and Test Method for measuring emissions from office furniture. The documents...

Customer service distinction

The HON Company’s customer service team recently received a “World Class Customer Satisfaction” distinction from Service Quality Management (SQM) Group’s seventh annual Contact Center...

Top female owned businesses in the U.S.

DiversityBusiness.com has announced the Div500, the 6th annual listing of the nation's top 500 women-owned businesses. At the top of 2005's Div500 is Omega...

Green leadership recognized

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has announced the 2005 recipients of its Fourth Annual Leadership Awards. The awards are presented in six...

Tricks Of The Trade: FACTA “Facts”

TFM Columnist Jim Elledge looks at record retrieval and destruction.

Construction finally begins on new World Trade Center in NYC

Work began on this project yesterday (11/3). Read about it on the NYTimes [registration required}.

Benefits of carpet cushion

A new publication, the Summary Report on the Benefits of Bonded Polyurethane Carpet Cushion in the Workplace, released by the Alliance for Flexible Polyurethane...

IREM's latest Income/Expense Analysis

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) recently published its 2005 Income/Expense Analysis reports for key property sectors that reveal 2004 vs. 2003 operating...

IREM’s latest Income/Expense Analysis

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) recently published its 2005 Income/Expense Analysis reports for key property sectors that reveal 2004 vs. 2003 operating...

Company leaders face greater demands

Pressure on the job may be growing for corporate executives, according to a new survey from Robert Half Management Resources. An overwhelming majority (89%)...

Spike in salaries for architects

According to the 2005 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Compensation Report, average salaries at architecture firms have increased more than 10% between 2002 and...

Web Exclusive: A bridge between government and business

This exclusive article is presented by Michael Chimack, PE, CEM, assistant director of the industrial assessment center at the University of Illinois.What do a...

Worker confidence begins to rebound following difficult summer

U.S. workers regained some of their lost confidence in October as the Hudson Employment Index(SM) climbed 3.7 points to 100.5. After two consecutive months...

Smoking bans hit the pavements

In the state of Washington, tighter anti-smoking laws will be on the ballot for voters next week. If the ban is passed, it...

Clinton Presidential Library Now Offering Green Tours

Do you live in, or around, Little Rock, Arkansas? Planning to visit the city? Those who enjoy "green" facility tours will find an interesting...

FM Issue: Getting A Handle On Energy Costs

What can facility managers do about rising prices? One solution is to purchase their energy with the most cost effective strategy available.

Green Solutions: Energy Performance Contracts & Deferred Maintenance

Faced with tight budgets, the utilities manager at an Illinois public university found these contracts would help further his goal to increase systems efficiency.

FM Issue Web Bonus: Options Can Help To Reduce Energy Costs

As the energy market evolves, so have the options that facilities have to control these costs.

Free flooring tool assists with professional installation

Floorcovering products should be installed with the manufacturer’s recommended adhesive and with the right tools to ensure a professional result. A correctly installed floor...

A facility manager's dream come true

Ford Motor Co. has tapped into the fantasies of facility managers and will introduce a Ford F-250 Super Duty truck next Tuesday at the...

A facility manager’s dream come true

Ford Motor Co. has tapped into the fantasies of facility managers and will introduce a Ford F-250 Super Duty truck next Tuesday at the...

New Product: Web-based safety tool

SFW, LLC, has launched SFW Incident, a Web-based application designed to help organizations identify, investigate, and take action to reduce the risk of liabilities...

Horizon Award nominees for best sports facility

The Horizon Awards Voting Academy released the final nominees vying for top honors at the 2005 Horizon Awards for Sports Business, the nation’s only...

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