Are You a Facility Manager Who Has Never Considered Corner Guards?

by Boss Steel on September 29, 2017

An increasing problem in the North American workplace is that of information overload.

Information Overload is when you are trying to deal with more information than you are able to process to make sensible decisions. The result is either that you either delay making decisions, or that you make the wrong decisions (Infogineering).

This can especially be a problem for facility managers, whose job description includes an incredible array of responsibilities. Not only are facility managers responsible for the actual physical structure(s), but they must often manage other associated areas, such as supplies, staff, the grounds, and transportation flow.

With so much going on from day to day, it must be difficult not to feel overwhelmed sometimes.

Fortunately, there are some simple steps facility managers can take to decrease their levels of information overload. Among those steps are learning to filter information channels, choosing what information to focus on, and delegating tasks whenever possible. In the end, since each situation is different, facility managers must decide for themselves which steps will work best.  

Because facility managers are often overloaded, we have sympathy for those who have not yet had time to consider installing protective guards along their interior corners and edges. The good news is that the process is simple and that we are here to help you every step of the way: from choosing which variety of guard is right for you to helping explain our easy ordering and installation processes.

If you have questions about our guards, or if you would like to chat with us about anything else, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to helping match you with the perfect premium product to meet your specific needs.