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Dave Frank is the president of American Institute of Cleaning Sciences (AICS) and a frequent contributor to the magazine.
Under the Affordable Care Act, Medicare will no longer cover costs for certain hospital-acquired infections.
Each year, businesses lose about $227 billion due to lost productivity from employee illnesses, and an employee sneezing into his or her hands can be a cause for concern.
Keeping waste and litter under control at major sporting events that attract thousands of spectators and participants requires meticulous planning, attention to detail and most importantly, a team effort from supervisors and cleaning crews.
For custodial professionals and building service contractors, it is one thing to “go green” and quite another to know that you have actually done so.
Cleaning up after more than 5 million people, caring for more than 2 million square feet of surfaces and washing more than 30,000 linens each and every day.
How do we get our employees to do the best possible job they can each day?
Indoor air quality is an important, and often overlooked, area of building improvement.
A popular TV character in the 1980s frequently quipped, “I love it when a plan comes together.” And, as this month’s issue of Cleaning & Maintenance Management was developed and finalized, it seemed this quote was fitting.