As workers are set to return to their workplaces after months of home office, Facility Managers need to prepare buildings to protect people's health – and pay special attention to the water systems! Here's what you need to know:
In a matter of weeks, CoVid-19 has turned from a distant tale to a public concern right in front of us. The WHO has recently declared to outbreak a pandemic. That's a big step, but most importantly, that means that due diligence is necessary to get back control. You can do your part to save the day.
Running a fast-paced facility? Then you know there are always times where things just don't go as planned. Things get overlooked, mistakes compound, emergencies divert all attention without warning — the list goes on. But Maintenance Managers can do plenty to plan ahead and mitigate disaster. Here are the three most vital things you can do to keep the facility running smoothly.
Maintenance technicians keep facilities working. They keep track of work orders, preventative maintenance, asset tracking, and the general upkeep of the facility. Facilities could range from large manufacturing plants to small buildings. Maintenance technicians are always in high demand.
In part one of What Makes a Facility Maintenance Manager, we went over a few of the aspects that helps make a better manager such as thinking strategically, looking at the big picture, knowing financial aspects, and more. Here, in Part Two, are a few other factors in making good decisions as a facility manager.
When you think of your job title, in this event it is a Facility Maintenance Manager, you know that there are many factors to your job, what needs to be done, having to do it and at the same time while being in charge.