It is a given that facilities require ongoing maintenance. But in today's tight economy, facilities managers are often expected to accomplish more with less. Creative and environmentally responsible strategies are needed to meet customer demands, comply with agency and regulatory codes, preserve fixed asset values, and maximize life cycles. Learn how to develop basic facilities operation and maintenance (O&M) plans that include routine and preventive maintenance and condition assessments. Discuss sustainable or "green" maintenance categories, work control and quality assurance, service contracts, and customer satisfaction. Learn steps to improve systems reliability while maintaining professional standards at an affordable cost.
Note: prerequisite: Principles of Facilities Management or equivalent knowledge and experience.
Course Number: BUSA-40681 Credit: 3 units in Business Administration
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