The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the ways in which we work, live and socialise. Shifts in attitudes and behaviours are not fleeting, this pandemic has forever changed our lives, and for those of us in facilities management it has forever changed the way in which we work. Today we’re breaking down three ways in which facilities management will never be the same after Covid-19.
While many businesses and premises across the globe remain shut, essential facilities like grocery stores, hospitals and transport hubs continue to operate with the additional challenge of keeping employees and patrons safe while social distancing. Managing critical operations such as cleaning, security and maintenance during a global pandemic is a delicate balance of trying to maintain business continuity and business objectives whilst also keeping staff and customers safe by complying with health & safety regulations. In this blog we will outline how to deploy the ‘just-in-time’ operations tactic across your venue to maximise your output with limited resources.
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In order to curb the spread of Coronavirus, ‘social distancing’ or ‘physical distancing’ has been introduced as an effective measure to contain the virus. As an employer the responsibility of keeping staff safe has never been higher. Below we outline some simple ways in which you can ensure that physical distancing is adhered to by your frontline staff, and how technology, like facility management and other workplace management software tools, can play a simple and effective role in keeping everyone safe now and when public venues begin to re-open.