HVAC considerations for healthy offices

June 2, 2020

Facilities – specifically, engineering and maintenance managers and their staffs — can help ensure the proper operation and maintenance of facility assets and equipment to ensuring a clean and healthy work environment, according to an article from Facility Maintenance Decisions on the FacilitiesNet website.

They play a key role in providing an emotionally safe environment in which to operate.

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has shed light on managers’ ability to provide this kind of environment. There are proven strategies managers can use to create and foster an emotionally safe environment in their facilities, as well as specific tactics to ensure they can sustain emotional safety within those environments.

The strategies to create a healthy and physically safe workspace yield emotional safety in that space. Emotional safety is “feeling like you can let your guard down and be yourself,” according to Dr. Dan Harris of Quantum Workplace. 

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