Facility managers are often charged with health and safety responsibilities, including fire safety and alarm systems, OSHA inspections, ergonomics, emergency preparedness and disaster planning, and much more.
FM Frequency: A Disaster ChecklistOctober 26th, 2005
FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane thinks asking the right questions will help facilities avoid the confusion and destruction just witnessed on the Gulf Coast.
The Facility Technologist: Planning For DisastersOctober 25th, 2005
From site selection to data protection, a variety of technologies can help facilities
FM Issue: Prepared For An Audit?October 18th, 2005
It's possible to add value to environmental health and safety
Services & Maintenance: Interior Pest PreventionSeptember 8th, 2005
Sustaining a pest free building requires proper maintenance and an attentive services
Services & Maintenance: Keep It CleanAugust 8th, 2005
Germ concerns boost restroom automation in some
IAQ Trends: The Invisible MenaceJuly 1st, 2005
Nanoparticles in the airstream can contribute to bad IAQ and health problems in facilities.
Services & Maintenance: Examining Hard Floor MaintenanceJanuary 14th, 2005
New technologies and certifications elevate both cleanliness and
The Facility Technologist: Safety Never Sounded So GoodJuly 8th, 2004
Condon continues his examination of life safety technologies.
The Facility Technologist: Danger AheadJune 8th, 2004
In order to function properly, life safety systems must be carefully maintained.
Essential Winter MaintenanceNovember 15th, 2003
Something as seemingly innocent as a snowy walkway that has not been cleared can result in serious injury or fatality. It is a little known fact in this country that slip and fall accidents—which cause 15% of all accidental deaths—are second only to motor vehicle accidents as a leading cause of accidental