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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.
Preventing winter slip-and-fall accidents has never been more important for in-house custodial professionals and building service contractors.
It is no surprise that many members of the professional cleaning industry — manufacturers, distributors and contract cleaners — are playing a leadership role when it comes to recycling.
Dave Frank is the president of American Institute of Cleaning Sciences (AICS) and a frequent contributor to the magazine.
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.
While Facebook is still the most important social media site, there are others that you should be using to help improve your customer relations.
For facility teams and commercial cleaning companies, the convergence of cloud computing and mobile devices are facilitating major shifts to how teams and businesses can operate and prosper.
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.
Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) can help departments manage a broad array of responsibilities, and some can be adapted for use in multiple buildings.
The environmental services team regularly performs an array of cleaning activity: From cleaning up after special events and IMAX showings to vacuuming out the store and maintaining food court floors and trash cans.