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Canadian Commercial Cleaning Association Holds National Conference at Can Clean 2015

Commercial cleaning services represent the second highest budget item in operating expenses and arguably the greatest impact in tenant satisfaction. The CCCA is pleased to present a high value, high level conference with tangible, usable program and information to impact the bottom line and environmental performance.

The National Conference is being held on Monday April 27 and Tuesday April 28 at the International Centre, Hall 5 in Mississauga. The event is being hosted by the Canadian Sanitation Supply Association at the Can Clean 2015 trade exposition.

CSSA Interactive On-line Training Available 
The Canadian Sanitation Supply Association in conjunction with the ICC Compliance Centre provide training that is accessible by anyone from anywhere. Our interactive on-line training is delivered entirely on demand via computer. Participants have the ability to communicate with instructors to ensure all their questions are answered. In addition certificates can be printed immediately upon completion. Register for online training at and get trained today!

CSSA Thanks Sponsors

As we get closer to Can Clean 2015, the largest trade exposition in Canada dedicated to the people and organizations responsible for the health and cleanliness of facilities everywhere, the Canadian Sanitation Supply Association would like to thank the following companies for their valuable and generous specialty sponsorships.

CSSA Announces Dates of 2015 Golf Tour
Industry members and guests throughout Canada are invited to participate in the various golf social events being presented by the local chapters of the Canadian Sanitation Supply Association. Click the arrorw to view the schedule of events.

Lithium Battery Changes for Ground Shipments

For those of us that are, have been, or are going to be shipping lithium batteries at any point in time we need to be aware of the ever changing regulations. Over the last few years we have seen a lot of changes to the air regulations (ICAO/IATA) but the ground regulations (DOT 49CFR) have been slim to none.

Cross Contamination in Commercial Facilities

Cross contamination has always been a key concern for medical facilities and for the food service industry. As a result of the threat of pandemics such as H1N1 or swine flu as well as the increase in incidences of respiratory illnesses and allergies, custodians must now also take cross contamination very seriously.

Dirty Mops Blamed For Spread Of Sickness Bug At Hospitals

The trust which runs the hospitals has confirmed it has had 242 laboratory-confirmed cases of the winter vomiting bug since January 5, 220 of which were dealt with at either the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven or Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary.

Johnson Controls Divests Facilities Management Division
Johnson Controls, Inc. has divested its commercial real estate facilities management unit Global WorkPlace Solutions to real estate investment company CBRE Group, Inc. for US$1.47 billion.
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