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The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) LLC is pleased to work with NSF International's Applied Research Center as an advisory resource in selecting companies and/or products as recipients of HFI's "Clean for Healthy Environments" Award.
UL Environment has revised UL 175 Standard for Sanitary Paper Products.
Improper disposal of feminine hygiene products can also pose a public health threat. While these products may indeed be sanitary when they are fresh out of the box, they can become a breeding ground for a variety of germs and bacteria after use.
Some cleaning agents are better for the environment than others, reducing the impact on local ecosystems and the health concerns of your staff. A green cleaning policy can help your business reduce its environmental impact and allow your team to develop safer, more effective ways of working.
Computer maintenance management systems (CMMS) have long been recognized for automating preventive maintenance tasks on operations equipment to improve asset uptime, performance, longevity, labor efficiency, capital expense reduction and more.
Cleaning industries are particularly affected by the Affordable Heathcare Act because there must be enough employees to service and clean accounts — this makes many businesses responsible for providing their employees with full healthcare.
As cleaning’s importance and impact on health evolved, the professional JanSan industry elevated in status. With this attention and investment in interest now being paid to a once thought of mature industry — when thought of at all — a rejuvenation occurred.
Research of infection control in educational facilities spans over centuries.
Each month, we welcome readers to opine on the noteworthy — or even the trivial — aspects of their lives as JanSan professionals.
We are taught from a very young age that clean hands are important; as children, we are instructed to wash them before eating, after visiting the restroom, following contact with sick individuals and any time they appear dirty.