Featured Articles

Featured Articles
  • How LED Lighting is Changing the Classroom

    The ability to better control LED lighting promises to impact our schools much more than our homes.


  • The Top 5 Things You Need to Know About Surge Protection

    The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) conducted a 2017 survey of electrical designers, planners, and engineers who worked in designing or renovating electrical systems in industrial, Healthcare, and IT Center Facilities. Because the survey results demonstrated a lack of, or limited understanding of Surge Protection Devices (SPDs), ESFI has created educational resources to spread awareness of the purpose and effectiveness of SPDs.


  • Beyond the Zero Incident Policy: Four Tips for Improving Workplace Safety

    OSHA recommends companies celebrate employees that demonstrate safe behaviors, as opposed to rewarding employees for zero incidents. That’s why companies have started to move beyond the Zero Incidence Policy – into a more behavior-based safety approach.


  • How to Make Electrical Safety Job #1

    Federal regulation of NFPA 70E and OSHA has helped reduce the number of electrical fatalities. Are you doing enough? Here's what you need to know about achieving complete electrical safety.


  • 3 Hidden Ways LED Lighting Affects Your Office

    If you’re ready to bring your office space into the modern era, lighting is one of the first building systems to consider upgrading. Not only because outdated lighting is a major energy hog, but because LED lighting can have hidden impacts on your office.


  • Switching to LED Lighting is Easier Than You Think

    Switching your office lighting to LED can seem complicated. Watch this video to learn how to determine the right approach for your space - from simply replacing the lamps to completely redesigning a space.


  • Healthcare's Fight Against Malware

    As ransomware attacks become more common and widespread, healthcare security administrators are feeling the effects. Here are a few tips to ensure that your facility’s network doesn’t fall victim next.