The Implications of Health and Safety in Managing Buildings
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In this module, facility mangers will learn how health and safety affect occupants and FM operations, addressing the standards and processes for conducting related risk assessments.

Learning Objectives:

After you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the steps used in the risk assessment process for the health and safety of building occupants.
  • Identify ways building occupants can receive fire and life safety training.
  • Identify the leadership role recommended for a facility's emergency response team.
  • Understand what should be included in a contingency plan for a facility-related emergency.
  • Identify potential hazards that require personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Identify types of PPE used to protect the human body in hazardous situations.
  • Describe sources of hazardous energy that require lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures.
  • Understand the latest standard used to communicate information about hazardous materials to building occupants.
  • Identify the main purpose of using building codes for construction. Understand how a facility manager’s participation in the development of ISO standards may benefit the facilities he/she manages.

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Module Outline:

  • Module 4: The Implications of Health and Safety in Managing Buildings
  • Module Assessment
  • Module Evaluation
  • Verification Statement Document

This course is multilingual (English & Simplified Chinese)

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