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   Be Aware that the Intoxication Effects of Cannabis Are Not Compatible with the Performance of Work With the passing of new federal laws, Canadians will soon be able to consume cannabis legally. As these new laws come into effect, UBC remains committed to fostering a healthy, safe, inclusive and professional work environment. […]

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Top Stories   Strategic Planning On October 4, 2018 seventy plus (70+) people from across Building Operations participated in a strategic planning workshop. At this session individuals learned about strategic management, systems thinking, organizational change and how our mission ties into the university vision and values. Here are some of the things we learned: Strategic […]

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Top Stories   Employee Engagement We Are the Champions! Building Ops Team Wins Day of the Longboat 2018 Congratulations to the Building Ops team for winning the Day of the Longboat Race 2018. Hosted by UBC Athletics, the Day of the Longboat Race happened on September 29 and 30 at the Jericho Beach. Teams raced […]

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Top Stories   Customer Service Learn More About Electrical Geo Zone Pilot on September 27 In the September 18 edition of the newsletter we announced that electrical maintenance geographical zone model will start October 1. This changes will provide a higher level of service to our customers to allow them to continue with the great work […]

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Top Stories   Asset Stewardship Electrical Service Is Provided by a Geographic Zone Model as of October 1st On October 1, we will provide electrical maintenance and customer requested changes to electrical systems using a geographical zone model. The change will provide a higher level of service ot our customers to allow them to continue […]

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