Fixing Your Gaps in Catastrophe Readiness

In partnership with APPA, on November 16th, we will be discussing catastrophe preparedness.

As we’ve seen over the past few months, catastrophes happen with little to no warning. Not being prepared for catastrophes can prove to be costly in many ways. How prepared is your education facilities team to respond quickly and efficiently?

Recently ARC partnered with AIIM.org to survey facilities professionals nationwide and gauge their readiness to address critical areas of facilities management. 

The survey explored emergency preparedness, cloud-based organization, productivity, employee training and knowledge transfer from retiring staff. Focused around the role of a modern facilities manager, the research reveals key findings that will help teams transform facilities management.

Join us for a webinar to hear proprietary market insights collected from nearly 200 facilities professionals on identifying and eliminating the gaps in your emergency plans. By attending this webinar, you’ll hear key survey findings, and take away strategies and best practices you can use to:

  1. Improve emergency readiness: Expect one catastrophe every two years at a cost of $500,000 on average
  2. Increase productivity: On average facility managers spend one hour daily retrieving necessary building information
  3. Protect your equipment repair budget: Each year $81,000 is spent on average to repair equipment covered by warranties
  4. Establish knowledge transfer process: 29% of workers are 55 years or older which makes succession planning a critical must-do

Register today for this webinar which is scheduled for November 16 at 2 p.m. ET and look forward to taking away insights you can apply immediately to optimizing facilities management.

Educational learning credits are available for this webinar.