Product and service suppliers to the property and facilities management sector are among eight publicly listed Canadian companies ranked for highest global revenues tied to low-carbon business activities.
Hand and washroom hygiene remains of critical importance for organizations to thrive in the new climate created by COVID-19.
A recent study suggests that hospital housekeepers and environmental service staff have low self-esteem in their jobs.
According to Bradley Corp's new Healthy Handwashing Survey, Americans are slackening the habits they had reinforced early in the pandemic.
COVID-19's impact on the supply of disposable gloves is going to continue, and every business involved in facility cleaning needs to be prepared.
Scientists at a South African university say there's a growing risk of SARS-CoV-2 developing resistance to disinfectants and antibiotics.
Four solutions for a smarter, safer, and cleaner building as cleaning and maintenance is reinvented.
As the industry continues to change against the backdrop of COVID-19, so do the processes and needs of hiring a new cleaning contractor.
IEHA has announced an updated brand identity, including a new name and logo, to reflect its role in the healthcare and hospitality industries.
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort in Mexico is not only cleaning and disinfecting its rooms but also its guests, thanks to sanitation booths.
The Ontario Nurses' Association says the province has failed to act "despite persistent infection and consensus on aerosol transmission."
Assessing health, safety, and infection control risks of going back to school against the value of physical classes is a tricky balance.
Edmonton Transit partnered with a local biotech company to install antimicrobial push-plates on various swing doors at transit stations.
According to the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health, virus transmission in a public restroom is of great concern
The program is gathering pace north of the border, as everything from hotels to arenas to convention centres secure accreditation.
The IICRC standard describes non-destructive procedures and methods for professional inspectors to follow for hard-surface floor coverings.
It’s more crucial than ever for organizations to provide clean, safe, and healthy environments for those returning to the workplace amid the COVID-19 pandemic.