HVACs are highly complex systems and integral to your building operations - be it in hospitality, manufacturing, or health care. Our checklist helps you to keep track of vital maintenance to ensure proper functioning in your heating, cooling, and ventilation.
It's basic human nature to want to ignore the smaller complaints that you may face at your Maintenance department. Why worry over the little things when there are much larger pressing needs that need taking care of?
When it comes to the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system in your maintenance department or property that you run, there are a couple of practices to follow that will help ensure that the health of your HVAC is always in top condition.
If you run a maintenance department where elevators are regularly used then you should have an idea of the basics on keeping them maintained. While you can call the elevator repair person, there are tasks and preventative maintenance duties that will help keep the elevators in better condition so you don't have to call as often.
Having maintenance goals is as important as most of the aspects of your job as a maintenance facility manager. While things break down or have to be attended to, having goals for the long term is imperative to ensure that your facility runs smoothly and efficiently.
There are many ways to save on the costs of running your maintenance facility but one way that not only helps your costs but also the environment is by implementing sustainability practices. There are a many ways to include these practices in your own facility but here are a couple that can help significantly.
Healthcare Facilities know how important it is to have the power to run everything. Whether it's a hospital, nursing home, treatment center, or clinic; lives can depend on whether or not backup power is available when the “lights go out.”
Emergency signs are there to protect people in a time of crisis. Whether it's a fire or other threat, having emergency lights provide a safe exit for everyone at your facility. While these lights are of the utmost importance, they can often be overlooked during regular maintenance tasks.