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Tips to Reduce Facility Costs and Breakdowns

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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
    Mansel A Nelson Senior Program Coordinator Tribal Environmental Education Institute for Tribal Env Prof Northern Arizona University 928-523-1275 Begin
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      Mansel A Nelson
      Senior Program Coordinator
      Tribal Environmental Education 
      Institute for Tribal Env Prof
      Northern Arizona University
      928-523-1275

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      From: "Roger Young, Facility Masters" <roger@...>
      Date: February 25, 2013, 11:00:29 AM MST
      To: <mansel.nelson@...>
      Subject: Don’t Miss Tomorrow’s Webcast – Preventive Maintenance: Tips to Reduce Facility Costs and Breakdowns – Facility Masters – Feb. 26 @ 12pm EASTERN
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      SchoolDude
       
       
       
      SchoolDude
       
      Facility Masters Webcast Series
       
       
      Last Chance to Register Free Webcast
      Tuesday, February 26 at 12:00pm EST
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      Preventive Maintenance: Tips to Reduce Costs and Breakdowns While Improving Facility Quality

      There’s still time to register and join more than 500 of your peers to learn PM best practices for increasing savings and improving the learning environment. 

      If you’re not able to attend, register anyway – we’ll email you a link to the recorded webcast to view at your convenience!

      Preventive maintenance is essential to overcoming the challenges of funding and staffing cuts because a PM program provides maintenance and capital budget savings by reducing repair costs and extending facility system and equipment life.

      Join a FREE, interactive 75-minute webcast to hear your peer PM specialists share proven methods for developing and managing a cost-effective preventive maintenance program.  You’ll learn how performing regular PM can help you reduce maintenance costs, decrease the risk of breakdowns and emergencies, and increase facility and equipment life. 

      Preventive Maintenance: Tips to Reduce Costs and Breakdowns
      while Improving Facility Quality
      Tuesday, February 26
      12:00pm-1:15pm EASTERN

      Register Today

      You will learn preventive maintenance tips and best practices that will help you:

      • Achieve savings by extending equipment life
      • Reduce energy costs with improved system performance
      • Implement a PM program in the face of budget cuts
      • Track and record progress of PM projects
      • Document inspections, maintenance and repairs
      • Compile system and equipment performance information and history
      • Protect your capital investment in the facility infrastructure
      • Evaluate projects based on “need” versus “want”
      • Achieve a safe and well maintained environment

      Register now for this free webcast!

      Presenters include:

      • Paul Matthews: Assistant Vice President of Campus Planning & Operations - Roosevelt University, IL
      • Gus Kalady: Chief Engineer – Roosevelt University, IL
      • Edwin Zelek: Facilities Management Specialist – Prince William County Schools, VA
      • Jeff Pearson: Building Services Shop Foreman – Prince William County Schools, VA
      • Roger Young: Executive Director – Facility Masters 
      • Justin Turner: Applications Specialist – SchoolDude.com

      This Facility Masters webcast is sponsored by your friends at SchoolDude!
       
      For additional resources on improving preventive maintenance and the learning environment, visit the Facility Masters Resource Library and the SchoolDude Resource Library.

      Roger Young
      Facility Masters
      1-978-886-6093
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