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Is Your Facility A Good Fit For Site Workers?

June 20, 2012


Ergonomic considerations and accommodations are one key, yet often neglected, component of worksite safety. Ergonomics, or the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to the worker rather than the other way around, has become more and more of …

Categorized: Health Care Facilities

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The Globally Harmonized System For Hazardous Communication

June 6, 2012


Either directly or indirectly, chemicals affect our lives, workplaces and economies. They are essential to the maintenance of proper health, safe hygiene and many safe industrial processes. In 2003, the United Nations (UN) adopted the Globally Harmonized System of Classification …

Categorized: Facilities Management

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The Importance Of Active Shooter Emergency Planning

May 30, 2012


Unfortunately, the threat of an active shooter is a real, unpredictable, modern day possibility. This crisis tops the alert charts due to the fact these situations evolve quickly and  have lasting impact on the individuals involved. However, as with any …

Categorized: Facilities Management

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Avoid Becoming Prey To Parking Lot Predators

May 24, 2012


You make your worksite as safe as possible for your coworkers and employees, but sometimes even the most well-intentioned safety plans fail to prevent outside threats. The parking lot, particularly at night, has the potential to play host to a …

Categorized: Facilities Management

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Accidents Happen – Do What You Can To Learn From Them

May 18, 2012


Even the most prepared facility management team must deal with the occasional accident. Effective accident and incident investigation offers facility management leaders the key to future, repeat incident prevention and the minimization of accidental damages and their impact upon the …

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For Facility Management Leaders, Safety Never Sleeps

April 27, 2012


On-the-job injuries are no joke, neither for the individual, nor the organization. Many facility management teams experience daily contact with a variety of chemical, radiological, physical, electrical or mechanical workplace hazards. However by following proper safety protocol and correctly using …

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Step Up For Your Facility’s Future

April 18, 2012


The majority of us in facilities management arrived at our first facilities job while looking for something else. We did not attend a high school or college “career day” looking for a career in health care facilities management. We did …

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