The goal of the standard is to provide schools with a tool that will help them measure and monitor the effectiveness of the cleaning processes.
A green cleaning program is about more than simply using ‘green’ products.
The list of active ingredients used in disinfectants is lengthy and full of trade-offs.
E-learning systems are becoming a popular training option in the cleaning industry, but how do employers determine which is the best investment?
Here are some strategies to have a well-defined communication plan.
Verbal abuse is the most common type of harassment reported by Canadian workers according to a new study titled Harassment in Canadian workplaces.
WCB and UFred have signed a partnership agreement to increase access to training and resources for Saskatchewan employers to create psychologically healthy workplaces.
Gone are the days when a business service contractor could rely on obtaining its clients from just one channel. Today, it’s all about exposure and the best place a cleaning business can be seen is online.
IncludeMe is a new app designed for managers to understand and take action on workplace mental health.
Technology continues to make everyone’s life much easier, but it’s also making everyone more sedentary.
The cleaning industry has been around for a while, but new technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are new to the field.
Canadian cleaning companies are starting to rethink how technology can make them more efficient and competitive.
A hotel housekeeper in Canada is estimated to assume 8,000 different body postures every shift. Repetitive motion injuries are common.
Health officials won’t quite know what to expect until later this fall, but facilities should still brace themselves no matter what flu strain will spread.
Every day, millions of janitors compromise safety when handling garbage and recycled materials.
Information technology is safety management, with rapid advances in cloud computing and data management technologies.
Cleaners, security guards, parking attendants and building-specific food service workers could attain union certification through a streamlined one-step process if proposed amendments to Ontario's Labour Relations Act are adopted.