All maintenance software isn’t equal, and the clients of a California based consulting firm had to learn that lesson the hard way. Their maintenance expenses were literally through the roof (and other parts of the building).
So you wake up one day and there's a sudden pandemic that forces you to keep track of facility operations remotely. What now? Worry not, we've got a software for that.
No matter where you look, you probably see someone with their face buried in their cell phone. Many people consider more technology something that keeps us from communicating in person.
If you're the maintenance facility manager and want to create a safer environment in the public parking area, speed bumps may be the answer. While some people find speed bumps annoying, they actually cut down on speeding and when it comes to a busy parking lot, this is a safety measure that can help prevent accidents.
There is a popular show on Animal Planet called, Pit Bulls and Parolees. What this facility does is rescue Pit Bulls and other dogs and try to adopt them out. They use parolees as their help and everyone works together to ensure a happy and healthy environment for the dogs, and sometimes other animals that are rescued.
Parking lots are exposed to the elements and take a lot of abuse that can cause issues. Even indoor parking garages have needs that must be addressed in order to stop further damage. There are a lot of things that you can have done as a maintenance supervisor of your facility in order to ensure that the parking area remains in good shape for customers as well as employees.
While nothing may stop a dishonest employee from taking advantage of others, Work Order Software can help with keeping employees more honest even if they are tempted and keep accusations that are unwarranted at a minimum.
Getting behind on work orders is not only time consuming but can be dangerous. Recently the San Francisco Housing Authority came under fire for having so many work orders that weren't completed that it was the cause of the death of a woman and her child when a smoke detector failed to work.