As facility professionals begin returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, they face new and unprecedented challenges. Overcoming them requires cloud-based technologies that transform work environments and enable teams to be more mobile, agile and productive.
Join us for a live course where we’ll discuss the “new normal” with various facilities management professionals who will share their experiences and insights.
Course Tuition: Free
- Examine the “New Normal” impact on facility managers and their responsibilities
- Discuss the limitations of traditional health, safety and emergency binders
- Understand ways to minimize personal contact amongst employees
- Learn how technology can help solve immediate and long-term facilities challenges
Mark Reed, CHPA
Director of Support Services
MLK Jr. Community Hospital in South Central Los Angeles
Mark oversees Security, Safety, Emergency Management, PBX, Parking, and numerous other programs. He previously was the Security Manager at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. Mark spent 15 years working in Law Enforcement at various Federal, State, and local correctional facilities where he oversaw security operations for an incarcerated population. Mark was also Honorably Discharged after serving 8 years in the United States Army.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University and is pursuing his Master’s Business Administration through Western Governors University. Mark is also certified in Homeland Security from Arizona State University and a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator through the International Association Healthcare Security & Safety. He is a volunteer leader with ASIS and has held various leadership positions for the Greater Los Angeles Chapter and is currently the Chair of the LA/OC Chapter of IAHSS. Mark was recognized by Campus Safety Magazine as the 2019 Director of the Year.
David is the National Director at ARC Facilities. He has presented at numerous facilities associations and conferences across the U.S. and Canada with a focus on helping organizations, hospitals, universities and school districts better manage their information, be more productive and reduce risks. With years of experience in the built environment, he shares best practices for leveraging innovative technology that drives efficiency. He is also a member of the IFMA.org Education Committee.
Emergency Preparedness Manager & Life Safety Manager
University of Washington - Bothell Campus
Darren is the Emergency Preparedness Manager and Life Safety Manager at UW Bothell and is responsible for emergency preparedness fire safety and all aspects of environmental health
and safety. Previously held the position of Fire Prevention & Life Safety specialist at the UW Seattle Campus.