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July 2013 Feature 7

The ISSA Clean Standard For K-12 Schools

What the standard includes, and why it is a game changer.

July 02, 2013
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The ISSA Clean Standard A New “Constitution” and “Bill of Rights”

There are watershed moments in the history of the cleaning industry, notably those that affect our children attending public schools, and the Clean Standard for K-12 Schools is a mile marker.

As stated by CIRI and ISSA with the Support of the Clean Standard Development and Stakeholder Committees: “The goal of the Standard for Measuring the Cleanliness in K-12 Schools (hereinafter referred to as the Clean Standard) is to provide schools with a tool that will help them objectively measure and monitor the level of cleanliness at their facilities thereby contributing to the quality of the indoor environment for the benefit of students and staff.”

With these words, the cleaning sector has a new and powerful set of “founding beliefs” — a virtual Constitution and Bill of Rights providing structure to a “clean for health” philosophy in education facilities.

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