The May/June issue is now available to read online.
Five common factors prevent health care workers from properly following a facility’s hand hygiene protocols, study finds.
Conference will examine current issues with indoor air quality and public health.
Business Council for Sustainable Development Australia launches first survey on Australian business sentiment.
New initiative is designed to drive greater uptake of recycled materials in packaging.
Why the 2022 RIA Australasian Conference and Tradeshow is not to be missed.
Visy announces $700 million investment in Queensland recycling and re-manufacturing.
Within the commercial cleaning industry, the employment of casual workers is high, and for many businesses they do not know whether casuals are to be stood down like permanent employees.
There is a relatively new term used in healthcare settings to indicate high touch objects and surfaces. That term is HTO (high touch objects and surfaces).
What does a ‘clean and healthy’ indoor environment mean to you? Hygienically clean, and spotless surfaces are important, but healthy bodies need clean air as well as clean surfaces.AdvertisementIn-depth
As we return to daily commutes, hot desking, shared kitchens, sports games, concerts, hotel stays, travel across the country and beyond our borders, how much have our hygiene habits changed?
Tips to future proof your supply chain.
How to establish a roadmap for safer and more sustainable environmental cleaning.SHORTLIST 0