Security & Life Safety
When planning retrofits or renovations for older schools, administrators have the chance to implement green, sustainable and high-performance design solutions.
National Safety Month is an excellent reminder to conduct an audit of existing infrastructure and determine where upgrades can be made.
More stringent fines and an extended period for prosecutions are slated to come into force 30 days after the Ontario legislature adopts the Budget Measures Act.
Many campuses are vast in size — the University of British Columbia, for example, occupies more than four square kilometres of land. Within these campuses
The redevelopment of Women's College Hospital helped support its mandate as Ontario’s first outpatient-only, women-focused hospital.
Though technology is rapidly advancing, the simplest, yet most effective preventative measures stem from rudimentary security fundamentals.
An expect explains how technology is changing the way guard patrols, which protect people and property, get done.
An expert highlights how new systems help first responders deploy their resources more efficiently during building evacuations.
This is why building managers should have an emergency plan in place. Besides potentially helping to save lives, it can reduce damage and minimize downtime.
UVGI technology is emerging as an effective tool in the fight against healthcare-acquired infections in Canadian hospitals.
One-third of Canadian small business leaders said in a survey that they have no protocol in place for storing or disposing of confidential information. But there are simple steps they can take to mitigate their data breach risk.
The Quebec government has moved quickly to mandate sprinklers in seniors' homes following recommendations from Coroner Cyrille Delâge.
The City of Toronto is investigating the use of visual aids to delineate where private property rights end and public property begins. The move follows
Property managers must balance tenant satisfaction, building operations and sustainability trends when monitoring indoor air quality.
Hotel renovations are essential for staying competitive. But management must balance guest facing upgrades with non-guest facing improvements.
Insufficient lighting, tight traffic patterns and poor drivers can lead to serious damage in parking lots, and therefore costly repairs.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre was once the largest mall in the world . After four upgrades in the last 10 years, it is about to undergo another expansion.