Developing a comprehensive utility-failure plan

October 14, 2019

Developing comprehensive utility failure plans requires staff partnership and communication, according to an article on the Health Facilities Management website.

The partnership between a facilities/engineering staff and the emergency management staff is critical to the success of managing a utility failure event.

It is just a matter of time before an unexpected system failure occurs that will impact the normal operations of a healthcare facility. 

The team approach can not only greatly improve the resiliency of a facility but also the response of a team when failures do occur.

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