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The facility management department in an organization is required to control and manage many environment and safety related issues. Failure to do so may lead to unhealthy conditions leading to employees falling sick, injury, loss of business, prosecution and insurance claims. However, there are plenty of steps that facility managers can take to help keep the work environment as safe and as secure as possible. Whether for danger zones or parking areas, proper warning is key and with the tesa® facility safety assortment he is well prepared for:

  • Floor and area safety

To ensure and optimize the operative core business of an organization, the facility management has to deal with the technical infrastructure. Besides the provision of adequate work areas and equipment, facilities for the welfare of employees like restrooms, change rooms or break rooms are also of interest. The challenge for facility executives is to assure that the equipment holds operating costs in check while still addressing other issues such as aesthetics, security and accessibility. tesa® offers some clever product solutions within the equipment assortment for:

  • Decorative Equipment
  • Functional Equipment/Signage
  • Organization

Facility maintenance schedules are required to ensure that the facility is operating safely and efficiently, to maximize the life of equipment and reduce the risk of failure. Therefore, facility managers conduct inspections to evaluate the maintenance condition of buildings and facilities and to identify any necessary corrective work. There are two primary types of maintenance that concern facility maintenance and which are also served with the tesa® assortment:


1. Proactive or preventative: Completes the upkeep recommended by an asset’s manufacturer for the equipment’s optimal performance

  • Renovation
  • Protection


2. Reactive: Fixes a problem that has suddenly appeared, like a broken pipe

  • Repairing
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