Knowing how to cater to the needs of all ages of employees is key to a cleaning or restoration company's success.
Later this year, U.S. Green Building Council members will be voting on six changes to LEED cleaning credits.
The program allows municipalities, tourism bureaus, and destination marketing organizations to demonstrate dedication to building healthier, safer, and more confident communities.
Now more than ever, cleaning workers need to know that their employers are taking their safety seriously.
With fire equipment, the biggest culprit for non-compliance issues usually involves obstructions blocking fire extinguishers and hoses from view.
Like so many industries, many building service and cleaning contractors have reported recent difficulties in finding new workers.
Recognizing the dangers of combustible dust accumulations will help to ensure the prevention of explosions.
The threat posed by climate change keeps growing, as do the warnings of its dire consequences, but what can the cleaning industry do?
Open communication from management and staff will be key to normalizing new and fast-evolving cleaning procedures.
Contributing factors include an increase in the occurrence of chronic diseases, rising global healthcare expenses, and increasing medical tourism.
Commercial cleaning company OpenWorks offers advice for reopening facilities.
Explore Edmonton has secured the biorisk certification.
Experts suggest plexiglass is not a hugely effective standalone COVID-19 transmission prevention measure.
Optimizing ventilation and air handling systems is key to achieving net zero energy performance goals.
The home of the Montreal Canadiens is the latest notable milestone for the program in Canada.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a notable and problematic increase in PPE being flushed into sewer systems.
Cleaning and disinfecting HVAC air conveyance systems has never been more critical.