Is your building safe and secure? Or do you have challenges with damage to your building and safety of your employees and visitors? This session will review security systems and safe practices. You will learn how to implement and maintain safety standards and how to prepare for emergency response.
- Exploring security systems
- Identifying and implementing safety standards
- Sorting, organizing, cleaning, and standardizing to maintain a safe environment
- Being prepared for emergency response
Barbara Miller is Facilities Manager for AkzoNobel Coatings, Inc., the world’s largest coatings manufacturer. She handles facility and travel management for the Americas Headquarters office in Norcross and for training centers in the United States and Canada. Prior to a divestiture in 2011, she managed the real estate portfolio of 44 sites in the US and Canada. Barbara was previously a commercial real estate broker in Atlanta prior to joining AkzoNobel. Through the influence of IFMA, she completed her Master’s degree in Integrated Facilities Management from Georgia Tech in December 2005, and gained the FMP designation in 2006. She has been a member of IFMA since 1995 and has been actively involved in IFMA’s Community Services Committee since 2001.
Steve Hamlin is the Georgia Account Manager for United Security Alliance with 20 years’ experience in the electronic security industry. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Steve has spent the last fifteen years working the Georgia marketplace for various security organizations. Steve has spent most of that time in a sales and consulting capacity, designing and implementing security solutions for large Fortune 500 companies as well as small business owners.
Scott Mullis is the Director of Training at EPIC Response and is responsible for all internal and external training programs, both for EPIC employees and clients. Scott has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and holds numerous certifications, including RIA Certified Restorer (CR), RIA Water Loss Specialists (WLS), and LEED AP. He has served on the Board of Directors and as Chairman of the RIA Environmental Council.
Presented by Atlanta Chapter of International Facility Management Association (IFMA)
The Atlanta Chapter of IFMA is the premier, focused resource for professional development and innovative solutions in strategic facility management. The IFMA Atlanta Community Services Committee partners with nonprofit organizations to assist them in improving their facilities and maximizing the value of their facility dollars. For information on the work of IFMA Atlanta in the nonprofit community: https://www.ifmaatlanta.org/in-the-community.
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