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Monday, 12 December 2016 15:00

New OSHA Rules Survive Challenge

New OSHA regulations have taken affect. The provisions restrict workplace safety incentives and post-accident drug testing programs as well as broaden record-keeping rules, according to the Society of Human Resource Management.

Plans to outsource a statewide facilities service contractor are underway in Tennessee after a study showed estimated savings of over $35 million per year for Tennessee Universities, according to the Memphis Daily News.

Two Roanoke residents talk about their journey to starting a successful commercial cleaning business.

OSHA has set new standards to increase workplace safety in regards to slips, trips, and fall hazards.

Three colleagues took a risk at a Target where they worked. Now, they are able to offer a janitor’s union to big-name retailers in order to create fair working conditions for employees, according to Minnesota Public Radio.

After the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries discovered that Cornerstone Janitorial was underpaying their workers, the company has been banned from doing government work, according to The Oregonian.
Autumnal Problems and How to Solve Them As we fall into the cooler months, clients nation-wide are experiencing a revolving door of needs when it comes to their janitorial services. While BSCs are more than equipped to handle the demands of every season, adding on temporary services for your clients can increase your overall year-round value as a company. For this issue, we will look into leaf removal. This service, typically reserved for lawn care companies, may be a good way to add on complimentary seasonal services that increases your value as a company throughout the year.
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