Facilities Weekly

The Facilities Weekly is distributed by email each week on Tuesday. It contains a summary of the news and events to help team members and colleagues across all the Facilities departments be informed of issues and situations they need to know and/or would help them do their job.

This is an archive of past editions so you can catch up on the latest in Facilities.

Additions or questions can be sent to facilities@vpfo.ubc.ca.


Feb 21, 2024

Facilities Weekly – February 21, 2024

Customer Service Strategy – Share your feedback | Pink Shirt Day events | Thermal units current operating statuses | Building safety capacity: hazard identification and managing risks | Weekly emergency tip: set up your medical ID on your phone

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Feb 13, 2024

Facilities Weekly – February 13, 2024

Remember to charge electric car share vehicles | Construction on Jack Bell Building Renewal | New Job Strategy Session Feb 6 | Thermal units current operating statuses | Building safety capacity: Four steps to preventing musculoskeletal injuries | Weekly Emergency Tip: Text, don’t call

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Feb 06, 2024

Facilities Weekly – February 6, 2024

Pink Shirt Day | Road closures: Construction on Wesbrook Mall | Zone list updated | Important email changes coming in February 2024 | Thermal units current operating statuses | BRDF | CEC | Building safety capacity: recognizing the signs and symptoms of MSIs

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Jan 30, 2024

Facilities Weekly – January 30, 2024

Customer service strategy focus group session | Zone list updated | Thermal unit current operating statuses | Building safety capacity: Workplace noise hazards | Weekly emergency tip: Keep shoes by your bed

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Jan 24, 2024

Facilities Weekly – January 24, 2024

Shaping our customer service strategy together | Stores rolls out smart lockers | USB Roof Renewal | New I-B-55 Hot Work Safe Work Procedure | Thermal units current operating statuses | Workplace strategies for mental health | Join the 2024 VPFO Sun Run team | Building safety capacity: hearing testing | Weekly emergency tip: smoke alarms

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