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Underground Storage Tank and Stormwater Management Inspections [Free Download]

Oftentimes, public works departments are still using pen and paper for the majority of their inspections. The first step to efficiently conducting public works inspections is conducting these inspections online and collecting the data in real-time. Utilize the underground storage tank and stormwater management inspection templates to start collecting uniform data in your department that can be analyzed and help enhance your preventive maintenance programs while saving your department time and resources.

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9 Resources to Improve your Underground Storage Tank (UST) Inspections

Underground storage tank systems include any tank that has at least 10% of its combined volume underground. Federal UST regulations apply only to UST systems that are storing petroleum or other hazardous substances while state regulations vary. When the UST program began, there were approximately 2.1 million regulated UST systems in the United States according to the EPA…

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Which Mobile OS is Most Secure; iOS, Android, or Windows? [SLIDESHARE]

With the growing popularity of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and similar company-wide policies integrating mobile devices into the work day, a question arises about security. Often times, these devices are collecting confidential and sometimes sensitive information, especially when the data being collected involves compliance and regulatory measures.

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The Building Blocks of Facilities Management [INFOGRAPHIC]

As we enter 2016, we continue to see the growth of the Facilities Management (FM) industry. New technology, business practices, and shifts in the market are guiding FM organizations, leading to a higher expectation of service and offerings from businesses. The market for outsourced facilities management services is large and growing, estimated at more than $500 billion globally.