Facility Management: The Role Of A Facility Manager

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The brain is the most paramount organ in the body, with its influence and its control over every aspect of human function extended by way of the network that is the nervous system. Without the brain, nothing would happen, and you would die. The peripheral nervous system is my general focus because it is made up of the nerve fibers that branch off from the spinal cord and extend to all parts of the body, including the neck and arms, torso, legs, skeletal muscles and internal organs. Just like a major sports venue, the operations director or Facility manager will be responsible and trusted to hire and supervise contractors for repairs and remodels, janitorial, security and gardeners to keep the venue in grade A condition. Greetings, I am, Emmanuel …show more content…
Executing business with proper business facilities means to ensure the proper management of premises initial design, maintenance, the day-to-day administration and control of manpower, energy and related resources. (Association of facilities management, 1986).Reaction time in important because an entire building is expecting me to manage of all the services such as house keeping, security, maintenance ,general administration, and even transportation. These jobs are on a daily basis and sometimes even a night or day apart between concerts or football games. A stadium operations director duties and responsibilities vary from team to team but, the general and most important ones do not. The role of a facility manager is to effectively manage the property or office within the specified budgets and in timely manner for the entire services. The duties of a Stadium Operations Director are probably very challenging no matter the size of the stadium. It is also not a boring job since, when dealing with people, there is always something new and different to contend with. Facilities Management concerns just not filling up any space or using equipment, it demands logical consequence of spacing or formulating any …show more content…
Breathing is involuntary, and the nervous system ensures that the body is getting much needed oxygen through breathing the appropriate amount of oxygen. The nervous system functions as an entity, with the brain providing the ultimate direction. Homeostasis is defined as the maintenance of a relatively stable body environment regardless of what happens in the outside environment. Endocrine System works with the nervous system to control the activity internal organs as well as coordinating long-range response to external stimuli. The endocrine system secretes hormones that regulate body metabolism, growth, and reproduction. The nervous and endocrine systems are used to monitor the many chemical and physical factors that the body tries to keep constant, and in some cases also as effectors to bring the body back to the normal condition if it has changed. The nervous system maintains homeostasis by controlling and regulating the other parts of the body. A deviation from a normal set point acts as a stimulus to a receptor, which sends nerve impulses to a regulating center in the brain. In order for the body to Collect, transfer, and process information in the nervous system, it has to leave the normal

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