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Miami has become the first U.S. city to earn the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management across a portfolio of 10 municipal buildings and public parks, including City Hall. The WELL Health-Safety Rating recognizes Miami’s commitment to promoting a safer and healthier environment for its employees and all those who visit.
The rating is an evidence-based, third party-verified rating for all new and existing building and space types. From Yankee Stadium and the Empire State Building to JPMorgan Chase & Co. global retail locations to the entire portfolios of companies like T-Mobile and Planet Fitness, facilities are prioritizing the health and safety of their staff, visitors, and stakeholders with the help of the WELL Health-Safety Rating.
For Miami to achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating, IWBI, through third-party experts, has verified that the policies and protocols for all the buildings met the rating’s requirements for supporting the long-term health and safety needs of all those inside. These include holistic aspects of health from improved air flow, hygienic hand washing practices, reduction in hand contact of high-touch surfaces, effective cleaning protocols, robust emergency preparedness and response.
Miami achieved the WELL Health-Safety Rating across 10 public buildings and public parks, spanning nearly 800,000 square feet and including City Hall, Miami Riverside Center and Dinner Key Marina. The WELL third-party review process ensures integrity and consistency, and results in a WELL Health-Safety seal, communicating leadership and a commitment to the health and well-being of the people who frequent these spaces.
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