Could you restate what you wrote.
1. Tenants are allowed to hammer and slam-doors. Your only human. Not like "Twilight Zone" where the building is alive and you can not hang pictures on the wall, or setup anything.
If you want to stop "Hammering" then you need to make it a contract where tenants have 24/7 access to a nail-gun with extension cord.
2. About slamming of the doors? That is another contract that requires you to install doors that can not be slammed. Like slow moving and slow friction doors similar to toilet seats of the same nature. Nothing that can break, and nothing that is too-complex or break easily.
The management would have to
A.pay for these materials,
B. installation, and of course
C. have the correct papers to sign.
It is like smoking you can not point fingers and tenants unless you have proof and you can not argue human nature.
You getting paid money to ignore those factors, is a-okay because it is cheaper for the owners of the building or whatever.