National Association of Hotel & Lodging Engineers

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    From Reactive to Predictive: A Shift in Facilities Management Practices

    March 30, 2019

    HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS HPB By Brian Ratcliff The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and related technologies has exploded in recent years, bringing with it major implications for building management. Today’s businesses are rethinking the way they operate their facilities, using IoT and analytics to transform operations from reactive to predictive-based. Forward-thinking facility managers are….READ [...]

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    How sustainable hotels are conserving water

    February 26, 2019

    Hotel News Now By  Sean McCracken smccracken@hotelnewsnow.com   A typical hotel uses a lot of water in a day, between serving guest needs and essential back-of-house operations such as laundry. But failing to properly manage that use, and reduce it when possible, is a problem and a top obstacle for hoteliers and hotel companies focused [...]

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    Hotel Preventive Maintenance: The Essentials

    Hospitality Net By Lillian Connors, Senior Digital Marketing Strategist at Bizzmark Committing to preventive maintenance in the hotel industry involves an extensive knowledge of the hotel’s systems, equipment, and utilities, as well as the most effective routes of intervention. Above all, care must be taken not to interrupt the flow of hotel guests. Out of all [...]

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    5 tips to combat human trafficking in hotels

    Hotel Management by Elliott Mest | Putting an end to human trafficking in hospitality requires a conscious effort from on-property staff, and from check-in to check-out there are a laundry list of indicators hoteliers can look for and best practices they can implement to save victims and catch traffickers. Here are five steps hotels can take today…READ MORE…

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    Marriott International Has Trained 500,000 Hotel Workers to Recognize the Signs of Human Trafficking

    Hotel News Resource Marriott International today announced that, as of this month, it has successfully trained 500,000 hotel workers to spot the signs of human trafficking in its hotels and how to respond if they do, marking a watershed moment in the global fight against this multinational crime. “Human trafficking is a horrific form of [...]

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