We enjoy providing monthly insights to keep you safe in a disaster.
The future of the building safety industry will rely heavily on the next generation. Training, accredidation and filling worker shortages is key.
“Disaster Preparedness” kicks off the first of four topics during Building Safety Month. Here’s some tips on natural disaster prep at work and at home.
Hospitals and other healthcare offices have a a duty to their vulnerable occupants and staff to be prepared for emergencies of all kinds. Make sure your organization has done its due diligence.
Building Safety Month is quickly approaching! Join us and the International Code Council in giving some extra attention to the safety of your building’s occupants.
Schools across the country are investing in severe weather safe rooms. Here’s how they’re preparing for tornadoes & storms in everyday classrooms.
The COVID-19 outbreak has many of us working from home. Not being able to be present at the workplace means there are some tasks you just might not be able to get to. So if you're working from home and you're unable to get to your usual tasks, now might be a good time...
COVID-19 has impacted our lives in a number of different ways. Building Maps has gone remote, but remains open and commited to making your buildings safer.
Safety mapping doesn’t stop at evacuation plans for on the door. Internal use maps are often just as important for your organization’s safety.
Building Maps can help maximize school safety by providing school safety app-compatible floor plans for your district.
Building Maps is exhibiting at NSC Northeast on March 12-13! Come learn about how our safety mapping services make for safer buildings across the country.