Mission-Critical Facilities Operations and Maintenance
Wednesday, March 17th 9:00 a.m.
Room Number: 337Presenter(s): Bob Woolley, Vice President, Facility Operations and Quality SystemsLee Technologies
Mission critical facilities, such as data centers, have special operating characteristics that translate into unique O&M requirements. These highly redundant facilities must operate 24x7 with no outages or shutdowns. This presentation details the change management techniques that can be utilized, and the lessons they provide for the FM community.
1. Understand the operational requirements of critical facilities
2. Learn about the methods and processes that are used by O&M organizations to achieve the goal of 100 percent uptime
3. Learn how critical facility change management processes and quality systems can benefit any FM organization
Attend this session for free at the 10th Annual NFMT Conference and Expo March 16-18 at the Baltimore Convention Center. To learn more about the conference go to www.nfmt.com.
To register for this session, or any of the the other 120 free sessions, please go to: https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=106
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