Yukon will soon be the first jurisdiction in Canada to make radon testing a licensing requirement for child care facilities.
ISSA Canada, a division of ISSA – the worldwide cleaning association, has formed a strategic alliance with the Canadian Commercial Cleaning Association.
Ontario workplace health and safety associations are hosting learning sessions, webinars and training events on ergonomic workplaces in October and November.
New Legionellosis protocol outlines proper maintenance and safety practices associated with evaporative cooling systems.
Bayview Village Shopping Centre in Toronto is the winner of Canada's Best Restroom Award.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety launched an e-course to help recognize, assess and manage asbestos-related risks in the workplace.
InfectionControl.tips and The Infection Prevention Strategy recently announced the winners of its Top Innovations of the Year for 2017.
Almost every person who menstruates has experienced an unexpected need for menstrual care supplies away from home.
Amber Trails Community School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is the winner of the annual CaGBC Greenest School in Canada competition.
Global demand for ultraviolet disinfection equipment is expected to rise as users seek to improve water quality and reduce chemical use.
ISSA Innovation Award winners were recently lauded. The group consists of the cleaning industry’s most innovative products and services.
The regular use of disinfectants could increase the chance of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by nearly a third.
The Association of Residential Cleaning Services, International (ARCSI) named the winners of its Professional Image Awards.
Employees say the condition of a workplace restroom reflects how much a company values its workforce, according to a new survey.
Regina is investing $350,000 from its existing paving maintenance budget in a new pavement preservation technique to restore the surface of asphalt.
Simon Fraser University is another step closer to becoming a zero-waste university, with Shrum Chemistry now one of its most energy efficient buildings.
Canada is taking new steps to confront the reality of antimicrobial resistance, one of the most serious global health threats facing the world today.