Poor indoor air quality and the humidity in public elementary school classrooms is having an increasingly negative impact on learning and school safety.
Safety Today Inc. has shifted its product focus in Canada to concentrate solely on disposables.
The Canada Green Building Council is launching new training on energy benchmarking strategies and regulation for private and public sector stakeholders.
Johnson Controls has completed its merger with Tyco to form a new company well-positioned in the building and energy sectors.
A comprehensive book focusing on hand hygiene for infection control and patient safety will be published sometime in December.
Frontline workers in the hospitality, health, education, and community services sectors in Ontario, will get sexual harassment training in the workplace.
ISSA announces industry award winners
SC Johnson has completed an acquisition with STERIS for its Applied Infection Control (AIC) business.
Ontario is partnering with Kruger Products to support a multi-million dollar expansion at the company’s Trenton facility.
Canadian researchers are now working phase two of a study that is examining how much time workers spend when cleaning different types of hospital rooms,
Pesticide products that contain boric acid will have their registrations cancelled and be phased out of the Canadian marketplace.
Ontario is moving forward on closing the gender wage gap, using recommendations listed in the Gender Wage Gap Steering Committee's final report.
Veritiv Corporation, a leading distributor of facility solutions, is building new headquarters and a warehouse in Canada.
Many people still not exactly sure what aqueous ozone is or how it can be used for cleaning.
ServiceMaster has named Marvin Davis its chief marketing and strategy officer.
A proposed ASHRAE and ACCA standard that will establish consistent practices for conducting and reporting energy audits is open for public comment.
Ontario is investing $300 million over the next two years to repair schools across Northern Ontario.