Something goes wrong. Your boiler’s not working and a whole senior living centre is out of hot water in the middle of winter. You know it shouldn’t have failed based on its life expectancy — so how do you find out what happened?
Run or work in a seniors’ residence? Then high on your list of priorities should be ensuring that everyone’s comfortable.
A hotel is more than a bed and a quick breakfast. It’s somewhere your guests are trusting to handle their basic needs while they’re away from home.
A skilled nursing facility, Silver Bluff Village needs to keep their buildings operating at a high standard. One requirement? A wet sprinkler system — with water always sitting in the pipes ready to go for the safety of the residents.
Do you support a large seniors’ residence? You may spend your days juggling a never-ending train of tasks in order to keep conditions comfortable for staff and residents. In many cases, we hear from maintenance staff that they’re spending so much time reacting to things breaking they’ve got no time left for other important work that could save the organization money.
When you're running a senior living facility, you're subject to a variety of compliance regulations. And for good reason — you're trusted with the comfort, health, and well being of senior citizens in their day-to-day lives. It's up to you to maintain a high standard of living to keep your residents happy — and doing that requires you to be on the ball when it comes to maintenance.
What could be more chaotic than a school when it comes to maintenance? Depending on the size of your institution, you’re looking at an environment that sees hundreds, or even thousands of students each day.
Looking into saving some time and money in your maintenance department? Whether you’re responsible for a school, a hotel, a golf course, a senior residence, or a manufacturing plant, a lot of the administrative work of maintenance basically comes down to managing work orders.