April 7, 2020 @ 12:10 pm – May 14, 2020 @ 12:50 pm
Briana Maberry

All BOMA GLA webinars from now till the end of May are FREE to BOMA Orange County members!Use promo code “BOMAOC” at registration! View below to see a list of their upcoming webinars:

April 7, 2020 – Webinar: Window Cleaning and OSHA Complaint Documents
It’s always a pleasant experience to look at properly cleaned windows. Window cleaning is beneficial for commercial buildings because they can improve the look of your building with clear windows and keep debris such as dirt, debris, and spider webs from negatively affecting your window line and having uncleaned windows spoils the whole look of your property.
April 9, 2020 – Sustainability LunchCast – Getting Ready for Summer Operations Webinar
Maintaining a commercial property is a full time job. There is always something to fix, check in on, or improvements to handle. Keeping up on routine maintenance during the change of the seasons is a perfect way to save time and money in the long run.

As the temperatures start to climb, commercial property owners should start to think about the annual maintenance from landscaping to checking HVAC systems. Winter weather can cause stress to commercial buildings, and summer is the perfect time to repair any damage caused by winter storms.

April 30, 2020 – Webinar: Janitorial Administration: What Property Managers Need to Know

Join us to effectively understand cleaning administration.

Key topics:

  • Learn about today’s safety concerns
  • Technology used to manage employees and quality assurance.
  • How to launch a thorough RFP
  • Understand the bidding process
  • Resources that meet the needs of your company
May 4, 2020 – Webinar: Mass Communication Tools to Accomplish Your Safety & Security Goals

Attendees will learn about the ease of use of these platforms, Effectiveness of geofence messaging and emergency alerts when seconds count.

May 14, 2020 – Sustainability LunchCast – Greening Budgets and Purchasing Webinar

Property managers wear many hats. Part of your job is being the face of the property. As a result, you’re the one who handles tenant relations. On top of that, you need to know how to create and read financial and performance reports, handle billing, and generally be the owner’s representative and liaison in everything from the property to green practices.