ARCHIBUS Applications: Clean Building

Streamline the time-consuming and highly-regulated process of identifying and abating indoor environmental hazards. Learn more about Clean Building at rsc2lc.com

Benefits

  • Facilitates a safe working environment for building occupants by reducing potential exposure to hazardous materials
  • Minimizes the potential for expensive litigation and monetary damages resulting from regulatory actions and/or occupational illnesses
  • Averts costly operating shutdowns, loss of facility use, penalties, or fines resulting from hazardous material violations
  • Reduces operational costs for regulatory compliance by streamlining the process of identifying, locating, sampling, documenting, and abating hazardous materials.

Quickly identify areas with hazardous conditions using graphical views to streamline sampling and documentation processes in the course of abatement.

Successful facility professionals need to actively monitor the potential of indoor environmental hazards, such as asbestos and radon to lead paint and mold. ARCHIBUS Clean Building helps these managers protect the health of building occupants, minimize organizational liability, and avoid costly fines or possible litigation. Unlike spreadsheets or other non-integrated tools, Web-based ARCHIBUS Clean Building provides a flexible and highly systematic process to help ensure all hazardous materials are quickly and accurately located, tracked, and abated using searches that connect directly to graphical views of space and equipment inventories. In addition, Clean Building’s ability to easily share and integrate hazardous materials data with other systems and processes greatly decreases the likelihood of errors/omissions, averts unnecessary shutdowns, and reduces the overall cost of regulatory compliance.
*Information for this article provided by ARCHIBUS*

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