Tips for Safely Restarting your Commercial Tourism and Hospitality Facility

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Tips for Safely Restarting your Commercial Tourism and Hospitality Facility

The VTFMA is pleased to invite you to its first event of 2021 with Jim Mandeville, Senior Project Manager Large Loss for First on Site.

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Date and time

Location

Online

About this event

The Vancouver Tourism Facility Managers Association is pleased to invite you to its first event of 2021 with Jim Mandeville, Senior Project Manager Large Loss North America for First On Site.

“Our modern structures — especially large ones — are designed to be lived in. And when they’re not being lived in … or are not being used, or used to their full potential, they can get a little bit achy and they could start to have some problems.”

In tourism and hospitality parts of or entire buildings may have been shut down or put in hibernation.

As we start to look forward to a gradual relaxation of COVID restrictions it is important to consider taking some preventative steps to avoid problems when recommissioning your building.

Jim will present on steps you can take to avoid, leaks, clogged drains and catch basins, building structural issues and stagnant water might require special legionella management.

We will follow up the presentation with a Q&A session with our members offering you the opportunity to do a deeper dive on specific areas of interest.

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