Course 307 - Facilities Management
Course 307 - Facilities Management (3 credits)
The theoretical and practical approach to maintenance of buildings and equipment. Topics include, preventative maintenance, housekeeping, public image, record keeping, inventories. Also includes a study of the most common legal issues faced by rescue missions; governmental bodies to which the local mission is accountable, issues relating to property and liability insurance, and basic operational, health and safety requirements.
Professor: Mark Siegrist
Learning Objectives for this Course
- Introduce the student to the course.
- Give students the opportunity to learn about one another.
- Ensure that the students have received all the materials to complete the course.
- Discover the value of presenting a high quality Rescue Mission Facility
- To help the student to become familiar with insurance and legal risk management issues faced by non-profit organizations in general as well as the ministry of Rescue Missions.
- To introduce students to the AGRM Rescue Mission Certification Program.
- To introduce students to the class project of developing the Facilities Operation Manual
- To assist students to become familiar with the government agencies that monitor the activities of the local nonprofit organization.
- To familiarize students to the fire safety issues faced by facilities managers.
- To familiarize students to building safety issue
- To determine how to deal with communicable diseases.
- Conduct an on-site visit with a community social service agency and/or non-profit social service agency and observe how they handle the issues discussed in this course session.
- To introduce students to the housekeeping, maintenance, and security functions.
- To begin developing the final project for this course; a Building Operations Manual
- To familiarize students to the housekeeping, maintenance, and security functions at nonprofit organizations.
- To start developing the final project for this course; a Building Operations Manual
- To establish the essentials of preventative maintenance for Rescue Mission vehicles and facilities.
- To establish the most important principles of disaster planning and preparation.
- To continue developing the final project for this course; a Building Operations Manual.
- To summarize the learning experiences of this course
- To give the student the opportunity to continue to gather documents for the class project. Facilities Operation Manual.
- To do a comparative analysis of the nonprofit organization’s facilities management procedures with that of another public institution.
- To summarize the learning experiences of this course.
- To review the material covered by preparing to take a comprehensive final examination.
- To give students the opportunity to provide input on this course.
Course Materials & Tuition
|AGRM Certification Program Manual J. Harriger & M. Liimatta AGRM (PDF form provided)||no charge|
Total Cost of Course
- Ministry Director - insurance and risk management issues, lawsuits, government inspections, fire safety
- Other staff
- Board Members
- Current insurance policies, terms of coverage, dollar amounts, special provisions, for ministry properties, equipment, and vehicles
- Certification by the AGRM
- Fire Safety policies
- Ministry Health and Safety Standards policies
- Policies and standards regarding infectious disease
- Maintenance procedures for ministry facilities and vehicles, housekeeping standards
- Disaster Planning and preparations
- Ministry Facility Inventory
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