Health & Safety
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.
When the repercussions and side effects of disinfectant dispensers have more impact than the underlying problem, we move away from the goal of effectiveness
One positive from the pandemic is a new respect for the important role professional cleaners play.
The health and injury risk posed by floor mopping deserves increased attention.
The grant offers qualifying facilities a chance to help offset the costs of the GBAC STAR accreditation program and a free 6-month trial of a cleaning task management software.
In the second wave of the pandemic, business owners and facility managers must be unprecedentedly vigilant about protecting workplaces.
The present is painful for property and facility managers and it's made future-proofing cleaning more important than ever.
The Canadian Flooring, Cleaning & Restoration Association will act as a strategic partner for two GBAC programs.
New and enhanced airline cleaning and disinfection has been tested with a focus on infection control, and the results have been positive.
Cleaning for health: This is the motto that the American Cleaning Institute has pounded out for several decades, practically since its foundation in 1926. This
Colleges and universities are questioning how much space will be needed in the future campus, how it will be operated, and how to make our built environment more healthy, sustainable and resilient.
The CCOHS tool kit helps workplaces operate safely and prevent the spread of infection.
The GBAC STAR accreditation was only launched in spring but has already seen huge uptake from facilities around the world.
GBAC, a Division of ISSA, has launched its GBAC STAR Facility Directory tool to allow users to easily identify accredited facilities.
The healthcare housekeeping industry in Ontario is applauding the merger of OHHA with ISSA Canada.
REGENESIS CEO Scott Wilson spotlights how contaminant vapour barriers work to offer much safer and healthier built environments.
The coronavirus may not live on surfaces as long as previously believed, but cleaning professionals and building managers must be careful.