FMLink Newsletter — June 21, 2021


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What FMs want in 2021 — FMs around the world identify skills and training needed to move businesses forward (Surveys and Trends)

ProFM podcast

These emerging energy management methods are paying off for industrial and commercial facilities, finds report (Surveys and Trends)

Campus FMs reveal in APPA fall 2021 survey what worries them and what Covid changes they’ll keep (From The McMorrow Reports)

DOJ settlement requires 19 DC building owners to fix barriers that block disabled visitors from accessing tenants (News » Regulations and Government)

NFPA’s new online training focuses on fire prevention strategies during construction and renovation projects (Products and Services » Webinars, Education and Training)


Happening this week

Jun 22 : Keeping You Informed: The Big Wide World of Building and Life Safety [NFPA: VIRTUAL]

Jun 24 : AFE Founders Day Celebration and Legislative Summit 2021 [VIRTUAL]

Jun 24 : What’s in Your Cleaner and Why Should You Care? (#3 in series) [CIRI WEBINAR]

NEW! Posted this week

Jun 28 – Jun 29 : USGBC Green Schools Conference [VIRTUAL]

Jun 29 : Facility Management, Technology & the Future of Work [Virtual Roundtable]


Teknion Routes furniture collection

This highly functional yet casual and bold furniture collection can energize fluid workspaces (Furniture & Furnishings » Products and Services) highlights single-user restroom laws across the U.S. — is your signage compliant? (Products and Services » Safety and Health)

For high-performing, easy-to-install outdoor lights, see these enhanced LED luminaires (Lighting » Products and Services)

Upgrade your meeting or performance space, from platforms and seating to acoustics — free assessments now for schools (Products and Services » Services)

This U.S.-based company stepped up to manufacture NIOSH-approved N95 masks comfortable enough for all-day wear (Products and Services » Safety and Health)

Study finds Carrier Air Purifiers can create healthier classrooms (From The McMorrow Reports)