Section 608 of the Clean Air Act was enacted to enforce the proper handling and management of refrigerant during maintenance, service, repair or disposal of air conditioning and refrigerant equipment. Last fall, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a Final Rule that updated the agency’s Refrigeration Management Program. The updates took effect on January 1st, 2017. Learn what you need to do to ensure your company complies with the new regulations.
Preventative maintenance keeps things running smoothly. Whether it’s an annual health check-up for our personal health or regular oil changes for our cars, the key to avoiding major issues is routine care. Applying the same logic to HVAC, plumbing and other expensive systems has proven to have significant financial benefits for businesses and homeowners. But what are the benefits of offering a preventative maintenance program if you are a maintenance contractor? Learn how preventive maintenance pays off for you and your clients below.
As a contractor or construction business owner, you’re likely no stranger to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). You already record workplace injuries and illnesses, but a new rule will require you to submit some of this information electronically. Employers also must inform employees of their right to report work-related injuries and illnesses free from retaliation, which can be done by hanging this free poster. Read about the details to ensure you’re in compliance with the law when the update takes effect.
While you may be enjoying the longer days, blossoming gardens, and warmer weather, now's the time to start thinking about your facilities' snow removal plan. Although spring has sprung, thinking ahead to make sure all your facilities are prepared for the snowy winter months ahead is critical to your organizations' facilities management plan. While we can't control Mother Nature, you can plan for and manage snow removal services to produce the best possible outcome.