Over 1,900 facilities in more than 80 countries have earned accreditation, and another 3,000+ are pursuing it.
The virtual event on June 17, 2021 will recognize the cleaning industry’s position today, and where we may go from here.
The home of the Montreal Canadiens is the latest notable milestone for the program in Canada.
GBAC, a Division of ISSA, has clarified its stance on revised CDC guidelines related to cleaning and disinfecting for SARS-CoV-2.
The annual event offers opportunities for advocacy, education, employee recognition, and charity.
The 2020 winners are Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Manulife Investment Management, and Rogers Place.
Cleaning service providers have a new way to show off their credentials.
The program is gathering pace north of the border, as everything from hotels to arenas to convention centres secure accreditation.
The cleaning and maintenance industry has never been more important. Here, amid the difficult backdrop of 2020, we look to celebrate that.
A 70 per cent more infectious, aggressive mutated form of the coronavirus has emerged. But what does that mean?
One positive from the pandemic is a new respect for the important role professional cleaners play.
The GBAC STAR accreditation was only launched in spring but has already seen huge uptake from facilities around the world.
These days, the cleanliness of public restrooms will help convince people that it is safe to return to public spaces.
Facility management affects a significant component of total lifetime embodied carbon.
COVID-19 is expected to push cobotics to the forefront of cleaning as facilities prioritize health and safety more than ever.
Schools have the duty to prevent and control infectious diseases. The COVID-19 pandemic makes the process of cleaning schools even more imperative.
Some basic chemistry lessons should be reiterated: mixing bleach with ammonia-containing or acid-containing products will produce a toxic reaction.