Here is a cleaning checklist to help protect floors before and after an unexpected weather event.
Refrigerant leaks could be particularly problematic in reach-in or walk-in coolers since flammable concentrations could build in these confined spaces and disperse outward when the door is opened.
Baby changing tables in public restrooms across Canada are often difficult to find, but many facilities are stepping up.
Norovirus illness can happen all year long and is easily spread in group settings like schools, day camps, childcare facilities and cruise ships.
The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association outlines best practices and tools to reduce retail maintenance costs and improve operating efficiency.
Being associated with a cleaning franchise allows people to be part of a broader network with great training opportunities, but there are also drawbacks.
Moisture, fading and corrosion are common concerns when deliberating how best to protect outdoor furnishings.
There are many areas in shopping malls where people are likely to catch harmful bacteria and viruses. Here are four hot spots.
Cleaning and maintaining schools involves a careful look at several high-touch areas prone to germs. Here are some sanitation tips.
Explosion-proof fixtures are a safety requirement in industrial and storage facilities where flammable gases and vapours, combustible dust or ignitable fibres may be present in the atmosphere.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in green cleaning products can still cause a variety of health-related problems.
Baseline procedures and best practices serve as a guide to help businesses better understand—and help minimize—security and safety risks.
How to better implement new technology and products into a hotel's green program, and get staff on board through training and a little inspiration.
The winter season brings increased levels of radon in the workplace, and is a prime time to test for and address any issues.
Keeping humidifiers clean and operating at peak performance is also essential for maintaining optimal air quality for indoor environments.
Facility cleaning issues can often cause dysfunction between FM's and contractors. Here are ways to communicate problems and create a symbiotic workplace.
Biofilm—slimy clumps of bacteria that settle onto surfaces—is a growing concern in Canadian facilities because it can be a threat to occupants.