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.
Most Public Schools Feel Prepared For A Pandemic
The majority of public schools have a written plan in place for a pandemic disease, as well as active shooter situations, natural disasters, and suicide threats or incidents.
Insulate Cold Floors At Senior Homes
Structural thermal breaks insulate owners from energy waste and mold, as well as keep residents from cold floors.
How Drones Can Help Facility Managers Maintain Buildings
For innovative facility managers, drones are a smart way to keep building exteriors clean, and just might save workers from dangerous work conditions.
QR Code Enhances Hospital Cleaning Services
A hospital system in N.J. now offers patients and visitors a new, convenient way to request cleaning services.
Fire Protection Product Focus
This assortment of fire protection products offers facilities departments smart solutions for keeping buildings, and their occupants, safe.
Six Systems For Early Fire Detection
With the right fire detection systems, buildings can avoid costly and potentially life-threatening fires before they start and spread.
Getting “Schooled” In Indoor Air Quality
BridgePrep Academy Charter Schools took several measures to create a safe, healthy indoor school environment for students and staff.
Life Safety Systems: Inspection, Testing, And Maintenance Save Lives
Periodic inspection, testing, and maintenance of life safety systems is key to keeping systems up-to-date and ensuring the protection of occupants, property, and reputation.
Mold: A Hidden Threat
At least 45 million buildings in the U.S. have unhealthy levels of mold, including offices, schools, hospitals, and homes.
4 Steps To Maximize Productivity And Employee Safety
Here are four people-centric steps manufacturers can take to maximize productivity without sacrificing safety.
Facility Executive: December 2022 Issue
The December 2022 issue focuses on indoor air quality (IAQ), the Internet of Things (IoT), and LED lighting controls, plus the innovative products in our 2003 Solutions section.
2023 Planning: Three Top Focus Areas For Retail Facilities
We’re less than 20 days away from 2023. Are your retail facilities, teams, and equipment prepared for the demands and challenges of a new year?
Severe Weather: Protecting Facilities With Technology
How innovative weather technology protects utility providers and supports better emergency response coordination during weather disasters
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.
EPA Considers Cleaning Service Provider Certification
U.S. EPA Safer Choice Program may implement a certification program for cleaning service providers who use Safer Choice and Design for the Environment (DfE) certified products.
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.
Hurricane Ian Relief: Bradley Donates Hand Sanitizer Dispensers
To support hand hygiene of Hurricane Ian relief effort volunteers, Bradley Corporation donated gallons of hand sanitizer gel, a pallet of stainless steel hand sanitizer dispensers, and batteries to operate them.
Facility Cleanliness: An Evolution Of Expectations
Now that perceptions of health and safety have evolved, there are higher expectations for clean shared spaces.
Public Transit, Gyms Top Places People Worry About Virus Transmission
In Toronto, the first city-wide testing of businesses to evaluate the risk of flu, RSV, and COVID-19 shows that people experience a wide range of ventilation safety over the course of a day.