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Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff go through years of training guided by four words: First, Do No Harm. More than most other professions, the medical field knows that extensive training is the best way to prevent fatal mistakes.
TD works with customer to adapt to ever-changing conditions
In the time of COVID-19, hospitals need all their focus on preventing the spread of this virus. Healthcare owners, therefore, are looking for flexible, communication-driven contractors who can install equipment efficiently.
TDIndustries’ Smart Building Services program gives owners better cost control, efficiency improvements
After months of waiting, some employees are back in the office for the first time. As they walk in, you see their bright, baby-blue masks interrupt the static views you’ve watched over the past year. Although their faces are obscured, their body language makes it clear that they’re excited to be back in the workplace after months of self-quarantine.
Global expert talks to TDIndustries about facility health recommendations, WELL Building Standard
With the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic firmly entrenched in our minds, many employees and customers are a little more wary about entering a place of business. Does the company practice social distancing? Is the building healthy for them to return? Are there plans for additional upgrades, or a new building?
As we continue to envision what the "new normal" will look like in the coming weeks, it is imperative to consider the impact that indoor air quality (IAQ) has on occupant health. According to the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) "Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 through the air is sufficiently likely that airborne exposure to the virus should be controlled. Changes to building operations, including the operation of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems, can reduce airborne exposures."
Spring is in the air, school breaks have been extended, and more people are teleworking. While this is unforeseen downtime is a challenge for your company, it offers an opportunity for facility managers to evaluate indoor air quality and get ahead on spring maintenance and service needs.