Dear Michelle (Editor),
Tne answer to Dr IIham Kadri's hypothetical question in her recent blog: 'What's so exciting about the cleaning industry?' is: nothing.
There are of course excitements to certain activities within it: the launch of a new product, be it machine or cleaning product, or obtaining a large important contract but in overall terms
C?Zero is a cleaning system developed by cleaning services provider Facilicom that assesses the carbon emissions and impact of each element of the cleaning process in order to establish an accurate carbon footprint. The company is now offering this programme on its contracts and ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visited the London office of global
French reporter Christian Bouzols brings news of an agreement designed to improve part-time working.
The major French unions and the French cleaning federation FEP have come to an agreement, expressed in a joint declaration, to improve provisions concerning part-time working in the cleaning sector. Their agreement is to move forward on existing
Global facilities services provider ISS published its 2020 Vision study as an assessment of the trends that will shape the facilities management industry between now and 2020. Responsible for compiling this comprehensive document was Peter Ankerstjerne, group marketing director, who is based at the company’s headquarters in Copenhagen,
ECJ’s reporter in Russia, Oleg Popov of Cristanval, reports on new anti-discrimination laws.
In the past, one might see the following advertisement: “Seeking a Russian cleaning woman under 45 years old.” Now one can only write: “Seeking a cleaning woman.” Due to such changes in legislation, the stream of
Nurses are leading doctors when it comes to hand hygiene in hospitals, according to researchers.
Professor Mary-Louise McLaws, who helped draft The World Health Organisation's Hand Hygiene Guidelines launched in 2009, said nurses have the highest compliance rates internationally at 71 per cent before intervention and also after the introduction