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FM Global SVP: Vandalism, Fire Among Hazards Facing Empty Buildings

Companies must have strong security in place to protect buildings now empty to due the COVID-19 shutdown, said Brion Callori, SVP, Engineering and Research, FM Global. (April 21, 2020).

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