top of page
Search
  • E K Fire Protection

A Quick Guide To Office Management and Maintenance

Maintaining your office can be tricky at times and knowing what to prioritise and when is often the hardest part. After all, we’re sure you have many things to keep an eye on in your space and your staff will need the building to be safe for them to use. In this blog, we are going to run through a few things to maintain in your building so you can effectively manage a safe office space. So, if you need some advice on office maintenance, then keep reading this blog to find out some helpful tips! 


Lighting 


The lighting of your space is an extremely important factor and you should keep all of the lights in your building in good working order. In fact, poor lighting can often affect people's productivity, which will in turn reduce the business' output. While it will be fairly obvious when a bulb goes, you may not notice smaller issues such as the lights dimming over time. So, to get around this, you should check over all of your lights regularly and make sure that they are all working as they should. If you do find an issue, make sure you hire a professional as attempting the work yourself can be dangerous. 


Office chairs and desks 


Having comfortable and ergonomic seating is vital for your business, as poor seating positions have a drastic effect on productivity. While you may think that your chairs and desks are comfortable, they may actually be detrimental to your posture. So, we suggest asking your staff how they are finding their desks and chairs and if there is an issue, you should look to replace them. There are plenty of options out there, so make sure you look through every style to make sure you are getting the best price for your money.


Fire safety 


Fire safety is, of course, one of the most important things when it comes to safety in your building. While serious fires are not very common, you should be prepared for such an eventuality. As you might expect, there are many things which you can do to protect your building from fire but one of the first things you should do is have a fire risk assessment carried out. This will provide you with a clear image of the state of the building, helping to direct you to the areas which need attention. 


So, if you need a fire risk assessment or you would like some advice on fire safety, then contact us today. We have many years of experience in the industry and can certainly help you with any issues you may have. What’s more, our staff pride themselves on listening to what you need and acting accordingly. 


0 views0 comments

تعليقات


bottom of page