Upcoming Meetings

Aug 21
Sep 7

Welcome Back Happy Hour

The Golf Outing is our Chapter Meeting this month, but Join us for Happy Hour at the Holiday Inn bar to kick off the new season

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Sep 18

2017 IFMA Golf Outing & Dinner

Join us for a fun day of Golf and Dinner

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New Members

Jose Arevalo

Patricia Carlson
Valley National Bank

James Clifford
AAA Northeast

Cetera Dimanche

Jared Green
Rarity Advisors

Brian Karp
SUNation Solar Systems

Woodrow Most

Amaury Rubio
Columbia University

Danny Schmidt

James Sutherland
W.J. Northridge Construction

Ethan Walfish

Sean Lapham

Jay Olivio

Anthony DiBono

Jean Carlos Lopez


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Welcome Packet

Welcome to the Long Island Chapter of IFMA

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is the premier professional association for facility management. Supporting the largest community of FM professionals in the industry, IFMA membership comprises more than 17,300 facility professionals throughout 55 countries. Our members have a voice in 127 chapters and 15 councils and one special interest group.

IFMA was established in 1980 as a not-for-profit, incorporated association dedicated to promoting excellence in the management of facilities. Globally, IFMA spots trends, conducts research, provides educational programs, and assists corporate and organizational facility managers in developing strategies to manage human, facility and real estate resources. The combined purchasing power of IFMA’s North American members is $81 billion (U.S.) annually.






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Facility Managers and Workplace Productivity

Recently there has been a greater need for facility managers to focus on their roles as leaders and role models for their organizations by enabling a worker to become the most productive, engaged and satisfied versions of themselves.
08/10/2017 | glenn@lighthausdesign.com | 0
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OSHA Announces Delay of Electronic Filing Deadline

In May 2016, OSHA issued a new rule labeled “Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses”. The new regulations require employers with 250 or more employees to electronically file all recordable injury and illness information.
07/18/2017 | glenn@lighthausdesign.com | 0
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Indoor Air Quality as it Applies to Facility Management

As facility managers, it is important to recognize that the air inside homes, offices, and other buildings can often be more polluted than the air outside.
07/05/2017 | glenn@lighthausdesign.com | 0
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