DateThu, Oct 06, 2022, 12:00 PM – Thu, Oct 06, 2022, 01:00 PM
Today, health care facilities and maintenance teams are forced to do more with less, including relying on fewer team members due to retirements. Meanwhile, work orders continue to pile up, preventative maintenance is pushed aside, and construction and renovations add more square feet for facilities teams to manage. The challenge — how to capture and share legacy knowledge before it walks out the door. Also, how to cover more ground, be more responsive and maximize efficiency with a smaller team.
Many organizations are forced to look at outsourcing certain functions including HVAC, grounds and custodial. Smaller teams dealing with labor shortages are finding that the time taken to recruit and train new hires is taking a toll on facility managers, who are already facing a plethora of deferred maintenance. But there’s light at the end of the tunnel. In this presentation, we’ll share expertise on the following:
- Effective ways to take custody of your building information
- Learn how to capture institutional knowledge before people retire or change jobs
- Accelerate new hire training starting day one
- Centralizing and streamlining the storage and flow of facility, equipment, and construction documentation
Speaker: David Trask, National Director, ARC Facilities
David Trask, National Director, ARC Facilities, is a keynote speaker, podcast host, author, and thought Leader in the facilities management industry. David focuses on helping hospitals, universities, K-12 districts, and other organizations leverage innovative technology to drive efficiency in the facilities management industry through thought leadership and advocacy. David has presented at numerous facilities, associations, and conferences, including IFMA, ASHE, APPA, Campus Safety and NFMT as well as regional events such as AAHE, HISHE and regional IFMA chapter conferences. He is also a frequent guest on popular industry podcasts. Most recently, David was selected to be an Advisory Board Member.
Please Note: This is a Lunch & Learn program and is not eligible for CEUs.
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