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In the hopes of spreading "the joy of building, revising, and repairing," the goal of the program is to introduce youngsters—perhaps facility managers or engineers of the future—to materials and tools while learning the basics of individual work and
Specialized window film can prevent hackers from obtaining "company secrets" through a facility's windows. Government agencies are already using this defense
Radio frequency interference can cause the smoke detectors to fail to alert consumers of a fire. Consumers should stop using this product unless otherwise
Traditionally, companies have kept their health and safety functions separate, hindering collaboration even though it is crucial for organizations to integrate these
There are no prerequisites for the HP Principles course—industry professionals of all levels are invited to participate.
Available for both inward and outward swinging doors, this door security device can be quickly installed to keep out dangerous
New data shows many employers and employees do not take adequate steps to protect company information—a weakness that could result in critical security
Is there a place in your facility that you thoroughly appreciate, enjoy, and are altogether proud of? For better or worse, facility managers get to know every square inch of the facilities they
CDC report on OSHA’s review of heat-related enforcement cases highlights need for acclimatization to prevent worker
With all of their restroom experience, most facility managers know that their fixtures have hidden talents—some pipes can make music under the right conditions. Toilets have been known to hum when flushed, but those sounds are fairly difficult to manipulate. On the other hand, faucets can do impressive