Emergency Response | Building Engines
Building Engines Blog | Emergency Response
Just as the siren on a Fire Engine fades as it drives away (the Doppler Effect), September/National Preparedness Month is also disappearing into the horizon. It’s a good time to reflect on how you spent your summer, how shocked you are that September is almost over, how cool the Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse was, and how […]
With hurricane season already upon us, is your commercial real estate building prepared for an emergency? Property owners and managers are responsible for reducing risk exposure, safeguarding occupants and staff, and, ultimately, reducing the expense associated with insuring CRE portfolios against liability.
Reputation goes a long way for a successful commercial real estate property owner or manager. It can take years to build and seconds to destroy – especially if you don’t have an efficient Business Continuity Plan in place. Communicating with tenants in real-time is a top priority in the event of an emergency. Do you know how you’re going to execute that?
In honor of 9/11 and National Preparedness Month, today’s blog post focuses on risk management. Does your property have an effective emergency response plan in place? Below is our checklist to see if your business and tenants are truly protected should a crisis arise. If less than five apply to you, it may be time to make a change.
As National Preparedness month continues across the country, property owners and managers follow guidance and suggested best practices delivered thru top 10 lists from partners like Building Engines (10 Best Practice Points for Property Team Preparedness) or BOMA (Preparedness Top Ten List for National Preparedness Month.) The question is, who is preparing adequately for the […]
We all know that Fire & Life Safety planning saves assets and lives. Is your emergency response pre-plan up to par? If your plan is gathering dust in a file cabinet, it may be time to review its effectiveness. Does your plan cover the following general areas? Additionally, your pre-plan should provide the following information […]