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WHMIS 2015 – A New Look at Old Hazards
CSSA
If you’re like most working Canadians, you’ve probably become familiar with WHMIS, the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. This system provides us with “the Right to Know” – that is, the right to know what hazardous materials lurk in our workplaces, as well as how to handle them safely and to respond to emergencies. By now, the WHMIS system is like an old friend – comfortable and stable. But change is coming to WHMIS, and Canadian workplaces must prepare for it.
 
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The Ontario Chapter of the CSSA Changes Golf Venue for 2016
CSSA
The Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Sanitation Supply Association has announced that they will be changing venues in 2016 for their very popular golf tournament. After many years at the Richmond Hill Golf Club, the board felt that the time was right to look at some new courses that could offer the Ontario members a new and different golf and networking experience.

Next year's tournament will take place on Monday June 13, 2016 at the very popular Lionhead Golf Club in Brampton, Ontario. The shot gun start will begin at 1:30 p.m. with dinner and prizes to follow. The Ontario board looks forward to bringing their members an outstanding experience in 2016.  Mark your calendars. For further information contact Brad Fraser at
bfraser@wausaupaper.com or Elio D'Alessio at eliod@alte-rego.com
2015 August CSSA Regulatory Report
CSSA
A section 71 data call-in for microbeads used in personal care products was issued in the August 1/15 Canada Gazette. 
Environment Canada also announced a proposed addition of microbeads to Schedule I of CEPA. While this is primarily aimed at consumer products some industrial abrasive or cleaners may also incorporate these materials. This is outlined at: http://www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p1/2015/2015-08-01/pdf/g1-14931.pdf

A summary of the recent section 71 requests may be found at: http://www.chemicalsubstanceschimiques.gc.ca/plan/resources/s71-eng.php
 
EVENTS
SEPTEMBER 18 
Alberta Chapter Golf Tournament
River Bend Golf Club, Red Deer, Alberta
Contact: Tami Hatcher at tami.hatcher@saniworks.com 

OCTOBER 21
Canada Night, Las Vegas, Nevada
5:30pm - 8:00pm 
Held In Conjunction With Issa/Interclean
Contact: CSSA - 905 665-8001 tracy@cssa.com 

NOVEMBER 26
Ontario Chapter Christmas Luncheon
5:30pm - 8:00pm
Richmond Hill Country Club
Contact Brad Fraser at bfraser@wausaupaper.com or Mike Nosko at mike@cssa.com
 
Significant Changes to the 2016 IATA DGR 57th Edition
CSSA / ICC
The 57th edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations incorporates all amendments made by the Dangerous Goods Board and includes addenda issued to the 2015–2016 edition of the ICAO Technical Instructions. The following list is intended to assist the user to identify the main changes introduced in this edition and must not be considered an exhaustive listing. The changes have been prefaced by the section or subsection in which the change occurs.
To Sell More Effectively to Your Market, Identify Their Corporate Culture!
INSIGHTFUL SELLING
Why is it important to know your target’s corporate culture? A company’s culture is often directly related to its openness to new products and services. Organizational culture can be divided into five categories:
Innovators
Early adopters
Early majority
Late majority, and
Laggards
Jan/san Distributors Should Rely On Sales Analytics, Not Instincts
CLEANLINK
In a perfect world, distributors have databases in place that house bits and bytes that will in turn, via some basic reporting, give them customer demographic information, order patterns, sales, profitability, inventory on hand, vendor history, etc.
Tips For Avoiding An Ice Melt Shortage
CLEANLINK
As temperatures soar into the 90s and the days are at their longest, the last thing on any jan/san distributor’s mind is the frigid weather, snow and sleet that’s right around the corner. But, according to ice melt vendors, this is exactly when distributors should be thinking about preparing themselves and their clients to have enough ice melt to weather the winter season that is invariably on its way.
Cleaning Industry Members Hit The Strip For ISSA/INTERCLEAN 2015
CLEANLINK
In Las Vegas, it’s either go big or go home, and ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America 2015 is definitely going big. Much like the last time the cleaning industry descended on Las Vegas in 2013, ISSA is expecting a record turnout for ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America 2015, taking place Oct. 20-23, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. An estimated 16,000-plus industry leaders will have the opportunity to network, learn and visit with more than 700 cleaning industry suppliers from 30 countries.
How To Make Your Business Stand Out
CLEANLINK
Impact 2 — Non-differentiated Businesses. Over the years, distributors who locked into the status quo would conclude that the business of distribution was that of buying in bulk, breaking that bulk into smaller orders, and delivering those orders across town. Today, however, many distributors are coming to the conclusion that the old style of distribution — being the sole provider of logistics and information — no longer provides the differentiation it once did.
Research Explores The Importance Of Clean In Retail
CLEANLINK
The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association (PRSM), the authority on retail, multi-site facilities management has issued a new white paper exploring the importance of cleanliness and how retail facility professionals can help brands meet both shopper and brand cleaning standards in a cost efficient manner that provides a clean safe store environment for both shoppers and sales associates.
What To Look For When Testing Cleaning Solutions
CLEANLINK
When cleaning carpets and furniture or when removing spots, we are often told to first test the cleaning solution "in an inconspicuous area." However, we are rarely told exactly how to conduct this test. And even if we do "wing it," exactly what are we looking for?
Demand for janitorial equipment and supplies to exceed $7 billion in US by 2019
MROMAGAZINE
US demand for janitorial equipment and supplies (excluding chemical products) is forecast to increase 2.2% per year through 2019 to $7.1 billion, continuing the recovery that began in the latter part of the 2009-2014 period. Significant pent-up demand for automated floor cleaning equipment will drive advances.
Three Tips To Reduce Absenteeism, Enhance Learning And Maintain Healthy Schools
CLEANLINK
Each day, roughly 55 million students and seven million staff attend U.S. public and private schools.  And each year, students miss approximately 60 million days of school due to the spread of communicable illnesses such as the cold and flu. To help prevent the spread of disease at school, Cintas Corporation offers three tips for keeping schools clean and students healthy year-round.
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