It is always the younger generation's fault. But if you think about it, that means at one point it was our fault — and we know that cannot be the case. Yet there is something about the challenges of working with employees who were raised on iPads and told they were...
There are apps for maps, restaurants and calorie-counting. Now, there's even one from the U.S. government for reducing your risk of foodborne illness. The FoodKeeper app — free from the U.S. Department of Agriculture — is available for Apple and Android devices....
International researchers led by the University of Bath have demonstrated a cheap, effective and environmentally-friendly way to sterilize medical implants without changing their properties, in contrast to some techniques. This inexpensive...
Almost overnight, air quality has become a big issue in the U.K. Whether it is the government being "sued"...
Sometimes it becomes too easy to forget that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is not an evil entity out to get us with fines and penalties, but instead, it is the governing entity of safety in the workplace. It is important to remember that, without...
After a long, hard winter in most of the country, Spring is much welcomed. It's the time of renewal. But what can facility managers and building owners do to ensure their property and grounds are ready for the new season?
Many cleaning professionals now select "cleaner-disinfectants" when performing cleaning tasks tackling facility germ centers such as restrooms, desk tops, high-touch areas, food service areas and more. But the way they use these products may actually make them ineffective....
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