Staff continue to face challenges with cleaning, disinfecting and infection control because purchase items often don’t meet PIDAC best practices.
A recent survey of managers in Ontario indicates that about 40 per cent don’t realize the Ontario Electrical Safety Code applies to work in their buildings.
Protecting vital building systems that address comfort, usability, life safety, fire prevention and compliance with general occupancy requirements.
With 2017 underway, Ontario-based companies must now enact specific AODA requirements to ensure accessibility for employees and customers.
ASHRAE Standard 188, released in 2015, requires that buildings evaluate where Legionella growth may occur in all water and plumbing systems.
CNESST has published a notice of a draft regulation in the Gazette officielle concerning the use of ladders and stepladders at Quebec-based worksites.
Facilities still don’t perform frequent quality cleaning audits to meet goals, but innovators are developing more accessible and cost-effective tools.
A recent court decision to fine a property maintenance company for not protecting employees reveals health and worker safety training is still lacking.
In recent years, property owners and managers may have noticed that the line paint in their parking lots is fading more quickly.
UVGI technology is emerging as an effective tool in the fight against healthcare-acquired infections in Canadian hospitals.
One of two sewers bylaw changes that are expected to trickle down to building owners and managers is on tap for the New Year.
Demonstrated successful experience in the health-care housekeeping field is often fraught with the pitfall of making and learning from mistakes.