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IICRC Looking for Volunteers to Develop Infection Control Standard

February 13, 2020

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is now accepting volunteers to assist in the development of a new remediation standard for infection control.

BSR/IICRC S410 Standard for Infection Control During Professional Cleaning and Maintenance of the Commercial Built Environment will outline practical principles, methods and processes to clean, sanitize, and evaluate the cleaning of the built environment where verifiable, hygienic cleaning is required. Cleaning-industry professionals interested in volunteering for the standard’s consensus body can download application forms from the IICRC’s website.

“In the wake of the current coronavirus outbreak, IICRC announces this important standard impacting the health of our nation,” said Brandon Burton, IICRC standards chairman. “We’re excited to build out our standards offerings and invite those with a thirst for knowledge and expertise in these niche areas to join us.”

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