The standard concerns the safety of powered automatic floor treatment machines intended for indoor commercial use.
Facility managers are no longer viewed as a back-office function, but rather “a strategic instrument to attract and retain talent and create a great experience,”
Avoidable disasters and regulatory changes have underscored the need for stronger building fire prevention measures in recent years.
The 2021 NADCA Standard defines the minimum performance and procedural requirements for cleaning HVAC systems.
A law set to take effect later this month or in March will reinstate displaced local workers as their former positions begin to become available again.
Virginia, the first state to introduce a temporary workplace virus measure last year, has voted to enact a permanent ruling.
The coldest temperatures often arrive in January and February, and that poses a real threat to various outdoor maintenance workers.
Although they increasingly rely on professional service providers to keep up with the complexities of compliance, owners/managers ultimately carry the responsibility for life safety and bear the brunt of enforcement.
The health and injury risk posed by floor mopping deserves increased attention.
The investment comes from the province's new funding model that helps accelerate the construction of urgently needed long-term care projects.
Increased cleaning frequencies and heavy waste removal due to the use of more disposable commodities means the bodies of essential workers are taking a beating.
The CCOHS tool kit helps workplaces operate safely and prevent the spread of infection.
The GBAC STAR accreditation was only launched in spring but has already seen huge uptake from facilities around the world.
REGENESIS CEO Scott Wilson spotlights how contaminant vapour barriers work to offer much safer and healthier built environments.
The new GBAC STAR accreditation program is taking the complication and uncertainty out of reopening large Canadian commercial facilities.
Up to 24,600 tonnes of electronics products not previously accepted in Alberta's program could be recycled under the two-year $43 million pilot project.
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.