Building Operations Weekly archive

Building Operations Weekly is published by email each week on Thursday. It contains a summary of the news and events published that week to the Building Operations digital signage network. Below, organized by date in descending order, is the content of each week’s email newsletter since January 2015. Calendar events are not archived.

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Top Stories   LIMITED ACCESS TO NORTH ENTRANCE AS WORK IS DONE AT USB YARD The plumbing and steamfitters are in the process of organizing and tidying up the area by the north entrance. This improvements are not only to keep our materials safe but also to make it safer for you. New storage cabinets […]

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Top Stories   Asset Stewardship More Mechanical and Electrical Rooms Rekeyed as Part of the Campus Rekey Initiative In the April 18 issue of the newsletter, we mentioned that Secure Access and the Locksmith Shop started a program to rekey all buildings on campus that were not on the NM-1, NE-1 keys. More mechanical and […]

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Top Stories   Leadership Development Keeping You Safe on Campus…Know How To Communicate with a Potentially Violent Person Tips for communicating with a potentially violent person:  Keep your attention on the other person to let them know you are interested in what they have to say. Avoid challenging non-verbal staring or glaring as it may […]

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Top Stories   Asset Stewardship Limited Vehicle Access at Alumni Centre and the Nest Due to Repairs to South Plaza Pavers From June 18 – 26, sections of pavers will be removed at the Alumni Centre and the Nest, and will be replaced with temporary asphalt fix to East and West side of the plaza. […]

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Top Stories   WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR SAFETY? PERFORM PRE-JOB PLANNING Planning for success ensures job safety One of our most powerful safety tools is pre-work planning. Pre-work planning is a safety assessment at the start of a shift or before beginning any work. Research has shown that employing pre-work planning throughout a job […]

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