What’s Your Facility Strategic Plan?
The 9 Foundations of a Healthy Building is a framework for your facility strategic plan
The framework for a healthy building includes:
- Ventilation – Proper ventilation brings fresh air in from the outside that can dilute pollutants for improved air quality.
- Air Quality – Improved air quality can reduced airborne contaminants that can lead to illnesses such as asthma, fatigue, irritation, and headaches.
- Thermal Health – Thermal comfort can be improved through proper temperature, humidity, and airflow.
- Moisture – Moisture infiltration can lead to negative health impacts and maintenance challenges.
- Dust & Pets – Domestic animals and pests can introduce allergens to the indoor environment which can cause an immune response.
- Safety & Security – Feeling threatened or unsafe can cause stress and alter physical and psychological functioning.
- Water Quality – Poor water quality can lead to waterborne illnesses with short and long term health consequences.
- Noise – Exposure to excessive noise can lead to hearing loss, communication barriers, limit concentration and attention, and increase stress and fatigue.
- Lighting & Views – Appropriate lighting and access to views can positively impact psychological and physiological wellbeing.
Here is the 3 step process to strengthen your facility strategic plan:
- Use the framework to create performance criteria to measure against.
- Measure and monitor performance against the criteria.
- Generate your project list and task orders based on your findings.
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