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Shining a spotlight on infection control

From hand hygiene programs to touchpoint cleaning, we explore a number of today's important infection control issues.


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Celebrating our 50th anniversary

Follow our series of features highlighting the magazine's history and positive contribution to the JanSan market.


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Cleaning crew receives missing paychecks

Three women, members of a cleaning crew who were fighting to get their paychecks from a local janitorial company, have finally received their pissing paychecks.


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Facility manager survey: Learning from other professionals

The survey responses helped create an educational tool for in-house facility managers.


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Ministry introduces custodial training with CMI

The Ministry of Home Affairs has announced that "in a simultaneous effort to get Bermudians back to work and reduce the issuance of work permits in the field," they have initiated a Custodial Technician Certification training program in collaboration with industry partners, including the Cleaning Management Institute (CMI).


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Cleaning is a dangerous profession

The JanSan industry needs to emphasize cleaning safety and minimize other risk factors.


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From the issue: Background Screening For Quality Hires

While it would be ideal for anyone in a position to making hiring decisions to simply be able to trust the information they are given by a candidate, the fact of the matter is, in some cases, potential employees may not tell the whole story.


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From the issue: Saving energy while staying warm

Much of the country found itself in a deep freeze recently, which has a number of negative impacts.


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The January 2014 digital edition is now available

While our print edition is out there for you to physically hold and flip through, if you've embraced the sustainable or electronic age, there's no need to worry.


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City rejects privatized maintenance bids

Recent bids from several facility management companies throughout the city illustrated that private firms are not able to compete with the "efficiency and cost savings of using city staff for maintenance at city facilities."


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