Welcome to The Pikes Peak Chapter of IFMA

The Pikes Peak Chapter was chartered in 1990 to serve Facility Management professionals in Colorado's Pikes Peak Region and throughout Southern Colorado. The Pikes Peak Chapter has been awarded the prestegious Small Chapter of the Year award twice in our history (1999, 2005). The Pikes Peak Chapter strives to achieve excellence, both for our membership and as an organization.

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Next Luncheon

September 20, 2017
Speaker: Justine Parker

A Path Towards Compliance 

Some common Facility Management OSHA compliance mistakes are failure to create, complete and enforce EHS plans and rules.  We will look at some of the most commonly cited OSHA violations for facilities and how they can be avoided. 

Biography: Ms. Parker has over fifteen years in the health and safety field working in aerospace, petrochemical, manufacturing, public and private schools, hospitals and television industries. Her work includes developing and running corporate industrial hygiene programs, comprehensive workplace exposure assessments, hazardous materials assessments, chemical inventories, ACM abatement projects, mold investigations, indoor air quality assessments, industrial hygiene monitoring, and leadership training. She assisted the CDC with Damp building Syndrome investigations for Houston ISD as well as assessments, investigations, mold sampling in the Gulf coast region post Hurricane, Katrina and Ike and Rita.  With the unique combination of a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager and Certified in Public Health and Certified Industrial Hygienist, Justine's expertise has been an integral part of various front line studies and program development regarding new evolving workplace hazards.


Luncheon Location

Biaggi's 1805 Briargate Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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Luncheon Sponsor

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