Safety, risk management and sick building syndrome

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is pleased to announce the release of the January/February 2015 issue of its official magazine, FMJ.

This issue addresses the theme “Safety First” and covers what facility managers need to know to ensure that their teams are ready to protect assets and face any risk.

The interactive online magazine is a free benefit of IFMA membership, and print copies are also available to member and non-member subscribers. Read More…

 

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IFMA Insider – West Coast

San Diego region deploys ‘Internet of things’ to advance smart city goals :  Santa Monica, California, officials still identifying quake-vulnerable buildings  :

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Google got it wrong: The open-office trend is destroying the workplace :  HVAC retrofits can slash energy consumption :

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IFMA Foundation announces publication of academic papers on facility management

The IFMA Foundation has published papers presented at the World Workplace 2014 Conference and Expo Academic and Research Track via IJFM, an independent online academic journal. Read More…

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Facility management trends for 2015 :  IFMA Foundation announces publication of academic papers on facility management IFMA :

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IFMA insider – West Coast

See which high-tech company has the wildest building design: Seattle building boom: The biggest projects in the city:

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Learning from new very low-energy buildings  : Net zero-energy buildings gaining traction  :

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December 2014 – Title 24: Where We’re Headed with the 2013 Standards

This month, the chapter hosted a breakfast discussing Title 24 and it’s impact on our businesses. Please find the presentation here.

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December 2014 – Member Spotlight: Caryn Worcester

See this month’s member spotlight: Caryn Worcester, Chapter Administrator at our own IFMA San Diego. Read it here.

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IFMA insider – West Coast

Port of San Diego committed to sustainability: Wood building grow taller, squeeze out carbon:

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