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Facilities Management articles for the week of 6/7/2020 - 6/13/2020

8 Steps Can Improve Door Security As Risk of Crime Increases

For facility managers who want to improve security in light of the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is worth paying special attention to door security.

Read This » Making the Most of Mowers

Choosing the most appropriate mowers for grounds management departments is one of the most important decisions that a grounds manager must make.

Read This » Restroom Design Trends Focused on Infection Control

Infection control is imperative in healthcare, but it is also important when designing restrooms in other industries, including hospitality, education, and corporate buildings.

Read This » MEWPs Training That Delivers Access and Safety

Institutional and commercial facilities are not always easy to reach.

Read This » Smart Building Technology Hold Promise, Peril in the Age of COVID-19

Will smart building technology help to shape building practices as employees return to the office? Experts point to a variety of ways that smart devices and systems could have a role in determining how the workplace functions. Consider the Centers for Disease Control recommendation to stay at least six feet away from other people.

Read This » Shift to Health and Wellness Brings Post-Pandemic Advantages

Pre-pandemic, occupants wouldn’t think twice about piling into an elevator to take them up just a few floors to their destination.

Read This » Outsourcing: The Inside Story of Contracting Maintenance and Engineering Tasks

As if outsourcing wasn’t tough enough.

Read This » fnPrime: Facilities Information To Tackle Challenging Times

Information has always been the key to success for maintenance and engineering managers.

Read This » Roof Coatings Come of Age

Facility managers should be aware that there have been significant changes in the uses of roof coatings on commercial roof applications over the years.

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