Commercial real estate operators have a steadily accumulating inventory of lessons learned from extreme weather events, providing both motivation and insight to prepare for more climate volatility in the future.
Despite an abundance of investment funds spending across the globe, Canadian infrastructure continues to face a crisis.
Prolonged, mass evacuations and the spectre of approaching flames reinforce the importance of emergency preparedness and embedding risk management in land use planning.
The Resilient Pipes and Wires Report argues that investment in climate change adaptation is imperative for safety, security and business continuity, and to avoid the staggering losses that can result from lack of preparedness.
SaskPower's experience sparks recall of smart meters in Ontario.
Resilient buildings respond to the growing likelihood of extreme weather events.
Property managers are using large amounts of road salt this winter. But overuse is taking its toll on their' pocketbooks and the environment.
Cleaning chemicals rely on powerful formulas to help loosen and remove soils and contaminants from all types of surfaces. When used properly, they are generally safe. When used improperly, problems can arise.
Any water source in a building that can be aerosolized may be a Legionella risk, particularly where the water is dirty, remains still or is not exposed to a ...
Engineering and life safety specialists are currently examining stairwell concerns in preparation for possible new or revised rules that would be introduced in the 2015 National Building Code.
Water spills, leaks and floods are a common occurrence that can have a costly impact on public and workplace safety and building operations.
Manitoba is the first Canadian province to mandate automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in specific facilities.