It’s every organization’s duty to keep their workplace safe for their employees. However, there are lots of regulations that you need to follow to accomplish this especially from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which is the regulatory body that looks into these compliances.
The success of your shopping mall entirely depends on how well your tenants perform. For this, you need to maximize foot traffic to your mall. However, high footfall isn’t enough. You need to lure people into the shops of your tenants and get them to purchase from them. This requires some foresight and planning for your indoor mall advertising strategy.
November is already here, and soon, it’ll officially be winter. While it’s still warm and sunny right now in some parts of the U.S., the snow shall quickly replace these conditions. Winter can be a challenging time for everyone. The weather is unpredictable, and snowstorms can strike quickly in areas not used to these occurrences.
Managing a property is no easy task. You need to continuously ensure that the facilities are top-notch and your customers get the best services possible.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 5,147 workers died from work-related injuries in the U.S. in 2017. This brought the fatal injury rate to 3.5 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers. Additionally, a worker is injured on their job every 7 seconds. This equals to 104 million production days lost due to work-related injuries in 2017.
Whether you work for a manufacturing plant with 1,000s of employees or a small rural hospital, keeping your employees safe is paramount to ensure they can safely and confidently get the job done. With the advent of new risks appearing every year, this can make your job extremely difficult. Fortunately, standards and best practices for keeping your employees safe have evolved over the years helping you stay at the forefront of employee safety. One of those standards is the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1600 Standard on Continuity, Emergency, and Crisis Management.
Pop-up stores have recently emerged as an effective and popular marketing tool for brands. They are temporary retail establishments that can be set up on the streets, in shopping malls, or at public events. Depending on the location and marketing objective, a pop-up store can be available for a few days or even weeks. Many big brands, including Nike, Google, and Amazon, have integrated pop-up shops into their marketing strategies.
The advent of information technology (IT) has greatly improved business processes in organizations across the world. Every business, big or small, uses IT to facilitate communication, automate operations, and carry out a plethora of other activities. This, in turn, has helped many companies improve efficiency and generate higher revenue.
In July, six hospitals fell victim to ransomware, phishing, and other cybersecurity breaches. However, these aren’t scattered incidents. Nearly 55% of healthcare companies in the U.S. claimed that they faced cyberattacks. According to the 2018 Horizon Report, almost 100% of all web applications that are connected to critical health systems are vulnerable to cyberattacks.
An average shopping mall has anywhere between 50 to 100 stores. In addition, mall sizes can range from a few hundred thousand square feet to millions. In order to deal with so many tenants spread across this vast area, shopping malls need to have a communication plan in place.