The Ontario government's new online health and safety training touches on topics such as infection control, ladder safety, and preventing harassment.
Charles E. Gulledge III has been introduced as the latest ASHRAE society president, along with executive officers and directors.
ACI has released Healthy Returns, a toolkit focused on supporting the reopening process for businesses and offices following the COVID-9 pandemic.
The government of Saskatchewan announced $25.9 million in stimulus funding for school maintenance projects, including those to improve energy efficiency.
As buildings are reopened, inactive plumbing lines may cause bacteria and corrosion problems that lead to additional issues beyond the spread of coronavirus.
Building owners and managers are responsible for water flushing activities to restore drinking water. Sometimes this process could take up to 12 weeks.
HRAI is developing a COVID-19 training program for residential applications with the potential to expand into small commercial and ICI sectors.
The 2020 ASHRAE handbook has been reviewed by subject matter experts to ensure they reflect current technologies and practices.
The first ANSI Standards for ultraviolet C-band (UV-C) device performance are expected to be published before the end of the year.
Toronto Pearson has launched its Healthy Airport initiative to monitor and mitigate the risk of infectious disease.
Following manufacturer guidelines and using the right fuel are just two of the summertime generator safety tips provided by OPEI.
Saskatchewan health facility projects, including those for maintenance and upgrade projects, have received a $17.8 million investment from the government.
Surveys from Procter & Gamble show consumers are more likely to select a hotel or restaurant if they use cleaning products from a brand they recognize.
Building owners and managers can now report their 2019 energy and water usage to the ministry, with the deadline extended due to COVID-19.
The program will reimburse eligible private-sector employers in Saskatchewan 100 per cent of employee training costs related to reopening.
Ottawa will continue to get warmer and wetter year-round, with a greater chance of extreme weather, according to recent climate projections.
The government of Saskatchewan is investing more than $80 million into its long-term care facilities, including $7.2 million for maintenance projects.