The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part II” is a course designed for property and facilities managers. Its primary objective is to equip these professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to make well-informed management decisions related to building systems and sites. These decisions aim to enhance occupant safety and comfort while simultaneously improving building efficiency to align with an organization’s business objectives. The course covers critical topics such as electrical systems, lighting, elevator maintenance, pest and solid waste management, security, fire and life safety systems, and energy management. Upon completing this course, learners will be able to effectively analyze, manage, and optimize building systems, identify opportunities for increased efficiency, understand successful management of pests, solid waste, energy, security, and life-safety systems, and evaluate and implement best practices for enhancing occupant safety and comfort. The key areas of focus include security, fire protection systems, electricity (both AC and DC) and their applications in building systems, energy management, pest control, solid waste management, vertical transportation systems, lighting systems, window cleaning, architectural metal maintenance, landscaping, and parking. This course is relevant for those seeking FMC and PAC certificates and individuals holding FMA® and RPA® designations. Additionally, it offers 30 GBCI continuing education hours recommended for the LEED Credential Maintenance Program by the USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council).
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