Work order systems for schools have become a top priority for districts as reopening strategies take shape. Having a centralized place to track procedures and preventative maintenance to ensure the safety and health of students and staff inside of your buildings has never been more important. As school districts search for the right solution, we break down 6 key features a work order system should have in this easy to view infographic.
As the start of the 2020-21 school year approaches, there are still many tough decisions that need to be made for states and school district administrators as we deal with the pandemic. However those decisions may fall, there is more and more guidance around what facility managers and school building operators should do to create the safest physical environments possible for students and staff. In this post, we’ll share some of the guidance we have been learning. Disclaimer: This is not a “be all, end all” list, but rather just some helpful strategies for the folks in charge of managing and maintaining school grounds.
With school budgets under a microscope and districts needing to comply with strict cleaning and sanitation guidelines due to the pandemic, examining your school’s work order system is a timely and responsible activity. If your district is not currently utilizing software to manage your work orders there are some good reasons why now is the time to look. For less money than you think, it’s a necessary upgrade in today’s reality.