The Safe Work app hosts over 120 COVID-19 resources, including tip sheets, infographics, videos, and other guidance.
The program allows municipalities, tourism bureaus, and destination marketing organizations to demonstrate dedication to building healthier, safer, and more confident communities.
Now more than ever, cleaning workers need to know that their employers are taking their safety seriously.
With fire equipment, the biggest culprit for non-compliance issues usually involves obstructions blocking fire extinguishers and hoses from view.
While climate change has increased the prevalence of weather-related floods, water damage due to plumbing and appliance failures happen daily—and sadly, they are often preventable.
Recognizing the dangers of combustible dust accumulations will help to ensure the prevention of explosions.
Open communication from management and staff will be key to normalizing new and fast-evolving cleaning procedures.
COVID-19 can and must serve as a wake-up call for the world to prepare for future pandemics.
As live sports and entertainment return, managers of venues are faced with an assortment of safety and cleanliness challenges.
Universities need to consider what a gentler return to campuses might look for students this time around compared to 2020.
Yorkdale is the latest Canadian facility to achieve the certification, which indicates that best infection prevention practices are in place.
Commercial cleaning company OpenWorks offers advice for reopening facilities.
Extreme summer heat provides numerous challenges, but not least is the difficulty of keeping outdoor maintenance workers safe.
Explore Edmonton has secured the biorisk certification.
The pandemic has yielded numerous key lessons for the cleaning industry, not least the importance of effective cleaning and training.
Experts suggest plexiglass is not a hugely effective standalone COVID-19 transmission prevention measure.
A former counterterrorism expert explains some steps that can be taken to enhance facility security.