Category: Training

Active Shooter Training for Your Facility Workers

An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms, and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims. While it’s very tempting to think “it could never happen here,” training for the worst […]

Does Your Facility Have a Sound Workplace Violence Prevention Strategy?

Workplace violence is not industry specific and happen to workers in any facility. With that in mind, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC) recently reaffirmed that workplace violence is a recognizable hazard and reminds employers that they are responsible for protecting employees from assaults and homicides at their facilities.

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Get the Edge You Need at the Facilities Management Summit!

Our Facilities Management Summit, an event specifically targeted for facilities professionals across all sectors, is currently underway in Austin, Texas! The Facilities Management Summit, like all our Forum Events, provide you with the opportunity to have focused discussions with a wide range of vendors offering the latest in hardware and technology and a host of […]

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The Impacts of Corrosive Chemicals on Facility Safety

Are the workers in your facility prepared to recognize the dangers posed by corrosive chemicals? If this question makes you hesitate for even a second, you should give them the information they need to protect themselves.

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Education and Training Opportunities for Facilities Management Professionals

Facilities managers tend to wear many hats. Over time, facilities management titles have evolved to include a variety of tasks and job descriptions. Everything from security to construction to building maintenance to project management to energy management has come to define the average facility director or manager. As the job title has diversified in meaning, […]

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6 Facilities Management Resources You Should Be Reading

To keep your buildings running day in and day out, you—as a successful facilities manager—must wear several hats every day. From ensuring facilities are cleaned and managing access controls to setting up workstations and managing third-party vendors, it’s hard to find the time to stay on top of news, trends, and industry information that helps […]

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The Facts on Accommodating Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals at Your Facility

Service and emotional support animal accommodations have become an issue for facilities, especially public ones like shopping malls, restaurants, movie theaters, medical offices, and recreational facilities. Even private facilities may have to address the issue with tenants. With that in mind, we’re providing facilities managers an analysis of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) public […]

Red Ball Drills

Consider Red Ball Drills for Your Facility’s Emergency Preparedness (Including Active Shooter) Training

Red Ball Drills® are a unique emergency preparedness method that make real-time training more productive and less traumatic. While it is primarily associated with active shooter training, its uses can extend into many areas of facilities management—a “red ball” can signify any preparedness situation, from equipment failure to natural disasters to physical or cybersecurity threats.