Every year on March 11, the international plumbing community comes together to celebrate World Plumbing Day. The day aims to spread awareness of the importance of plumbing and plumbers in protecting public health and improving access to clean water and sanitation facilities.
Bradley Corp. provides suggestions for restroom cleaning.
October 22, 2020
A recent survey of high school students shows that, when it comes to school restrooms, there’s room for improvement. One-half of students rate their schools’ bathroom facilities as fair or poor – an unwelcome increase of five percentage points since 2019. Only 18% view them as excellent or very good.
Each year on October 15, Global Handwashing Day advocates for how a simple and inexpensive action – handwashing with soap and water – can stop the spread of colds, flus and other infectious diseases. This year, due to the coronavirus, the international day has taken on new-found prominence.
The World Plumbing Council (WPC) has facilitated a partnership between the International Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Foundation (IWSH) and the Rwanda Plumbers Organization (RPO) to support community handwashing and public health awareness activities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ASA Safety Committee is hosting a special COVID-19 webinar that will contain critical information for building owners, contractors, suppliers and other key stakeholders in the supply chain on actions that can be taken to reduce the rate of illness once buildings are in use again.
If there is some good news in the age of coronavirus, research from the Healthy Hand Washing Survey shows that during the past 11 years an increasing number of Americans are heeding the message about washing their hands to protect themselves from flu outbreaks.
Sticking to their core values of shared success of employees and commitment to their community, the Taco Family of companies has put measures in place for employee safety as they continue to manufacture products that are essential to critical infrastructures globally.
The ASPE staff is equipped to work remotely and will do so to safeguard their individual and family members’ health for a period of time, yet to be determined considering this fluid situation, the organization announced.