When it comes to purchasing FR clothing there are numerous factors to consider related to maximizing worker safety, while minimizing cost. Having a handle on how to properly purchase FR clothing will impact your company image, organizational compliance standards, safety culture, revenue, proper budget creation and business continuity. Do you know enough to make an informed FR buying decision? Test your FR knowledge in this quick 10-question quiz.
All businesses and industrial facilities create waste, it is simply a by-product of business. Usually, as production increases to fulfill demand, so does the volume of waste. This is where the fundamental challenges of waste management come into play for all businesses.
When you take good care of your roof, you are making an investment in your building. Roof leaks can lead to structural damage and can harm the products and materials inside your facility. While some damage is visible at the roof surface, the untrained eye will miss larger, more costly issues to repair, such as hail damage or moisture in the insulation layers.
On average, there are more heat related fatalities per year in the United States than any other weather event. There are even more heat-related illnesses. According to the National Weather Service, heat accounts for 130 victims per year, the only weather event to reach a triple digit 30-year average.
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Facilities have job-specific liabilities when it comes to their first aid requirements. Many work related injuries can be appropriately addressed through first aid response, making your compliance to purchasing the required quantity, correct supplies and keeping your cabinet inventory fully stocked critical to protecting workers and your level of risk.
$500 billion is spent annually on MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) in the U.S, making MRO a target category for procurement to manage. Approximately 30% of MRO spend is on non-inventory industrial purchases; the other 70% is committed to MRO inventory.
Matt Narens is a Category Development Manager within the Facilities Vertical at Corporate United and was recently named a 2017 Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive.