BOMA Orlando exists for professional and educational purposes for the advancement of the real estate owner and manager in the Central Florida area.
Education. Networking. Professional Development. At BOMA Orlando, we are dedicated to providing our members with only the most effective training courses and powerful networking events available in the commercial real estate industry. Click here to take a look at our annual calendar of events.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is a federation of 93 BOMA U.S. associations, BOMA Canada and its 11 regional associations and 13 BOMA international affiliates. Founded in 1907, BOMA represents the owners and managers of all commercial property types including nearly 10 billion square feet of U.S. office space that supports 3.7 million jobs and contributes $205 billion to the U.S. GDP. Its mission is to advance the interests of the entire commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards and information. BOMA Orlando has been federated with BOMA International since 1982. Find BOMA International online at www.boma.org.
BOMA Orlando is a primary source of information on building management and operations, development, leasing, building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation, occupancy statistics, technological developments and other industry trends.
We do this by providing you and your company with a great return on your investment and the tools and resources you need to excel in the commercial real estate arena.
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Keep Up with Ebola
· The CDC and WHO have plenty of information on Ebola.
· The BOMA International Emergency Preparedness Guidebook advises building owners and managers on how handle all kinds of threats (including infectious diseases), and how to communicate with tenants about those threats and prepare for them.
· DHS also has guides for commercial facilities.
· Many of these and other links can be found on Preparedness section of the BOMA International web site or the MyBOMA Preparedness Team Site.
· In addition, the list below was extracted from WHO documents (and included in the guidebook) to give property managers some idea of the types of measures to anticipate during an influenza or infectious disease outbreak:
- Advise people with acute respiratory illness to stay at home and to minimize their contact with household members and others.
- Advise household contacts to minimize their level of interaction outside the home and to isolate themselves at the first sign of any symptoms of influenza.
- Implement social distancing measures as indicated in national plans, such as class suspensions and adjusting working patterns.
- Encourage reduction in travel and crowding of the mass transport system.
- Assess and determine if cancellation, restriction or modification of mass gatherings is indicated.
- Distribute antivirals and other medical supplies in accordance with national plans.
- Plan for vaccine distribution and accelerate preparations for mass vaccination campaigns.
- Implement corpse management procedures, as necessary.
- Support international travel measures advisories and health alerts, including entry and exit screening as part of the global response, and/or issue advice to travelers.
- Even countries not yet affected may need to be prepared to implement planned interventions to reduce the spread of pandemic disease and may need to more immediately implement entry screening at international borders.