Do you want to be great at solving employee
performance problems? If you are talking with employees about the details of
their work on a regular basis, then talking about small problems should be something you do as a matter of course.
Facility managers of the future will be astonished when they
discover that building systems were not always integrated into a
single enterprise-wide information technology network.
Yes, the “old days” of operating a building will be compared to writing letters
instead of text messaging. This future scenario is a lot closer than it seems.
Some applications utilize
an input or supply voltage of 277-1-60. While some components are
available for direct application of 277-1-60 power, most manufacturers find that the use of a buck-boost transformer to
lower the voltage is more cost effective.
Bob had changed a compressor and was just
about ready to charge the system when a problem arose. He pulled a vacuum down to 500 microns but noticed a rise in the vacuum gauge to 1,000 microns. There was a leak and Btu Buddy assisted him in finding it.
a recent NEWS’ column titled “Fraud and Theft
Prevention Need Attention,” the topic of risks that businesses
take was discussed and it concluded with the mention of a Q&A document from
the Dwyer Group. This document has
now been made available to The NEWS for publication.
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Argonne National Laboratory have been honored with an R&D 100 Award for developing Access Grid 3.0. With the Access Grid, remote collaborators can see and talk with each other and share materials, while avoiding unnecessary travel.
many school administrators about the air quality inside their buildings, and
the frank answer is liable to be “Well, we don’t know.”
They should. School
air quality and student performance go together as naturally as breathing in
and breathing out.
With this article, The NEWS is introducing a new online column called “Troubleshooting With Jim Johnson.” In this column, Jim Johnson, director of training for Technical Training Associates, will present a specific HVACR equipment problem and invite readers to submit their diagnosis.
Rather than diverting attention and finances
during periods of lower Workers’ Compensation rates, employers can benefit by taking steps to guarantee long-term
savings. Here are eight mistakes employers should avoid so they can achieve
long-term Workers’ Compensation savings.