Musculoskeletal disorders often result from common physical and psychosocial demands in the workplace.
McGill University is committing to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.
Almost $19 million was spent on operating and maintaining 812 vacant buildings in Ontario from 2016 to 2017.
A report released by Clean Production Action assessed the chemical footprint of more than 250 products commonly found in hospital pediatric patient rooms.
A new assessment has found that participation in a national health collaborative that promotes evidence-based IPC can curb the risk of infection.
Workers in Alberta would be able to refuse unsafe work conditions under new workplace safety legislation the provincial government is proposing.
Mississauga will be implementing an aerial spray program next spring to mitigate gypsy moths and cankerworms on both City and private properties.
The IICRC is seeking input on BSR-IICRC S400 Standard for Cleaning, Maintenance, and Restoration of the Commercial Built Environment.
ASTM International is developing a proposed standard for measuring the traction of pedestrian walkways, including in wet conditions.
A bylaw amendment is now in effect requiring Calgary-based facilities to separate yard and food waste from the garbage to encourage diversion.
Compared to residential units, ICI facilities often discharge larger amounts of fats, oils and grease into the sanitary sewer.
The Flu and Infectious Disease Outbreaks site provides information, tips and resources to help keep workplaces operational and people healthy.
A recent survey suggests poor cleaning etiquette in shared office kitchens may be causing discord among Canadian coworkers.
An Edmonton-based laundry detergent manufacturer was fined $600,000 for selling products containing too much phosphorus.
The home appliance industry began producing appliances that utilize newer refrigerants, which have a lower global warming potential, but are also flammable.
Healthcare workers in clinical settings, such as long-term care facilities, often refuse to stay home from work when experiencing influenza-like symptoms.
Mississauga staff want to create a new business licensing category to address food safety.