Energy and Facility Managers are expected to save money on utilities, maintain critical systems, and extend the life of those systems, all with limited budgets and personnel.
To create a true energy management plan, you need to be able to accurately identify energy hogs and then work to move towards more energy efficient options. While it may take some effort, in the long run, you will save energy costs, maintenance costs and limit capitol replacements.
One of the most important elements in determining the success or failure of your total security efforts can be summed up in one word: Integration. Ensuring that your cybersecurity and physical security personnel and procedures are in harmony rather than at odds can be a challenging endeavor, but done properly, the benefits are tremendous.
Workplace violence is a growing problem in the United States and uniquely challenging to employers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly 2 million workers are injured every year, and more than 400 die as a result of workplace violence. This has a devastating effect on the productivity of a business and on employees’ quality of life.