Our industry is changing—and how we manage building facility information is need of much improvement.
This webcast series will share insights, new approaches and technology for accessing and managing facility information. Join one of these webcasts to determine your next move for how to keep up with a rapidly transforming industry!
June Webcast Schedule:
Tuesday, June 6 at noon PT – Watch now
Floods, fires, active shooters, and other catastrophic events. Constant pressure to deliver better, faster service. Timely, cost-effective maintenance and repairs. The risk of losing your most knowledgeable employees—these are the problems facility managers, building owners, and operations staff face each day. Too often facility documentation is damaged, can’t be found—or it’s just too difficult to understand when it’s urgently needed. Together with senior facilities managers retiring or leaving, where does decades of knowledge go? Attend this webinar to learn best practices and new ways to prevent the “brain drain” of facilities information.
Thursday, June 8 at 9am PT – Register
No college or school expects a terrible event like a fire, earthquake, or active shooter to happen—and yet administrators and facility teams must be completely prepared and are held accountable if they do happen. If facilities teams don’t have immediately accessible emergency plans, contact information, evacuation routes, safe refuge areas, Fire and Life Safety (FLS) plans, and the most recent as-builts with linked documentation on any renovations, your campus is not ready for the next emergency—and students and faculty are not safe. Together with senior facilities managers retiring or leaving, where does decades of knowledge go? Attend this webinar to hear how school districts and universities are preparing for the “brain drain” to retain and pass down facilities information.
Wednesday, June 14 at noon PT – Register
Healthcare facilities are required to prepare for all possible emergencies such as earthquakes and hurricanes, and even acts of terrorism. But does your facility have immediate access to all your emergency plans and critical documentation such as the most recent as-builts, with linked documentation on any renovations? How administrators and facility teams manage their important facility documentation is usually an overlooked, yet necessary part of a comprehensive disaster plan that can make the difference between life and death. If knowledge and building information is kept in disorganized basements of paper, or in the minds of senior facilities managers, where does that decades of knowledge go when they leave? Attend this webinar to hear how health care facilities are preparing for the “brain drain” to protect critical facilities information.