The Safe Work app hosts over 120 COVID-19 resources, including tip sheets, infographics, videos, and other guidance.
Later this year, U.S. Green Building Council members will be voting on six changes to LEED cleaning credits.
The ISSA Show Innovation Awards honours trailblazing companies in the commercial, institutional, and residential cleaning community.
Flu was almost non-existent last winter due to lockdowns and health measures, but experts warn it may return with a vengeance this winter.
While people are still conscious of the importance of handwashing, some reminders are needed ahead of Global Handwashing Day on October 15.
The program allows municipalities, tourism bureaus, and destination marketing organizations to demonstrate dedication to building healthier, safer, and more confident communities.
The City of Vancouver has received the 2021 Innovation Award for Legionella prevention from the Environmental Operators Certification Program.
A large group of multi-sector signatories are calling on the B.C. government to overhaul its CleanBC climate action plan, calling it inadequate and out-of-step with recent climate data.
Newly released guidelines offer a standard for approaching the planning and designing of healthcare facilities from a resiliency perspective.
The Healthy Handwashing Survey found that touchless fixtures are the feature that would make workers feel most safe in the washroom.
Various jobs in these industries were found to suffer fatality rates of several times the average of 3.4 per 100,000 workers.
Demand for coverings that deter the spread of viruses and bacteria has soared as airlines look to mitigate time and financial losses.
The move responds to a series of unruly gatherings that dissenters opposed to COVID-19 vaccination have staged at health care campuses throughout the province.
The North American market is expected to account for approximately 30% of global sales in 2021.
The two associations will provide increased value to each association’s membership and encourage key connections through discounted event rates.
While not substitutes for regular cleaning and disinfection practices, these coatings can help to reduce human exposure to viruses.
OSHA is taking steps to better protect workers in extreme-heat environments after this summer's heatwaves.