The ISSA Hygieia Network (IHN) - which works to eliminate gender discrimination and encourage diversity in the cleaning sector - announced the winners of its 2016 ISSA Hygieia Network Awards at a ceremony during the ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America exhibition in Chicago last week.
Recognising the outstanding contribution she has made to the
We are today at the beginning of a Fourth Industrial Revolution. Developments in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology and 3D printing are all growing. And smart systems will help tackle problems ranging from supply chain management to climate change. These disruptive changes to business models will profoundly affect the
Kimberly-Clark Professional will relaunch its UK Golden Service Awards (GSA) programme in June 2017 - with the awards ceremony to take place on March 8 2018.
Under the previous schedule the next ceremony would have been due to take place in the autumn of 2017.
Peter Oliver, general manager for UK, Ireland and France at Kimberly-Clark
A CASH-strapped Italian school has called on its pupils to provide their own lavatory paper, apparently due to a lack of public funding.
Scuola Primaria Casati in Milan made the request in a letter sent to parents. "We've run out of toilet paper. So that this great friendship can continue, we have to bring one packet of four rolls of toilet paper
Registration for the next World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) congress - which will take place in Berlin, Germany from September 18-20 2017 - is now open.
The event is being organised by the German Federal Guild Association of the Cleaning Trade (BIV)and will be held alongside the CMS professional cleaning exhibition which
According to new research from Initial Washroom Hygiene, a third of UK workers admit to being on their smartphone while using the toilet, and almost one in 12 even consume food and drink there.
The study questioned 1,000 office workers in the UK, to mark Global Handwashing Day recently, and to understand the state of hand washing habits in office