About the newsletter:
Facility Manager’s Alert is the leading source of information to help facility managers avoid problems with their companies’ buildings. It `provides information that facility managers must know on building and plant security, safety and environmental compliance, indoor air quality and building design and layout.
Twice a month this fast-read newsletter details what other professionals are doing to run their buildings more efficiently. Facility Manager’s Alert gives actionable insights into how facility managers can avoid risks and liabilities while saving their companies time and money.
People who benefit:
Facility Managers/Supervisors, Maintenance Managers, Building Managers, Safety Directors, Vice Presidents of Operations, Plant Managers.
“FMA is a good source of applicable ideas and information. It gives me the most recent updates on key safety and facility management issues.” — Rick Royos, Manager, Vlasic Farms
“The most helpful part of FMA is the opportunity to learn from other people’s experiences. Every issue offers something new and interesting.” — Bob Vicario, CFM, Facility Manager,Yamaha Motor Corp, USA
“FMA has met all of our needs with the wide variety of facility, safety and security topics covered.” — Steve Crockston, Facilities Coordinator, Sears National Bank
“FMA has very informative and useful articles. I have used ideas from the ‘Management Tools” — Bob Schmidt, Asst. Director of Engineering, Hyatt Regency
“FMA has definitely surpassed my expectations! Each and every issue has at least one idea discussed that helps me run a better facility – now and for the future.” — John Branch, Production Manager, Peacock Engineering Co.
“I find the Regulatory Alert and Case study very useful. FMA is short, easy to read and pertinent to my job.” — Doug Wilcox, Regional Staff Manager, 3M
“Each issue of FMA has something we can pull out and apply to our situation. It keeps me abreast of the ever changing regulations and new methods of meeting our responsibilities.” — Bill Peterson, Facility Specialist, Provo City Corp.
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