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“Handy” Items That May Be Forgotten in Cleaning

“Handy” Items That May Be Forgotten in Cleaning

In response to the ongoing pandemic, facility managers have significantly upped their emphasis on cleaning for health and preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Despite using best practices, combating COVID-19 and its variants remains an uphill battle. This can...

Managing the Human Factors of Facility Management

Managing the Human Factors of Facility Management

A facility manager is many jobs in one title: servicing tenants’ many and varied needs, keeping abreast of regular yet inconsistently occurring maintenance issues, strategizing for timely yet budget conscious upgrades, managing staff and vendors, and responding to the...

CCS Featured in GBAC Star Report

CCS Featured in GBAC Star Report

In March 2021, CCS Facility Services became the first service company in the world to earn GBAC STAR Service accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC), a Division of ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association. ISSA featured CCS as the cover...

Green Clean

Green Clean

Originally published in Modesto, CA Chamber of Commerce Progress Magazine, August 2021 Never before has the world been so knowledgeable about the critical role played by cleaning professionals to protect the healthy of staff and students. CCS Facility Services...

What is the Value of Clean?

What is the Value of Clean?

Originally published in BOMA of Greater Los Angeles BOMA on the Frontline, June 2021. More than ever before, that answer is “priceless.” Never before has the world been so knowledgeable about the critical role played by cleaning professionals in the areas where people...

Courtesy: The Cure for COVID

Summer – Are we safe yet? City life has returned with new hope and wonder. Curfews and social distancing mandates have been lifted resurrecting economic life to restaurants, gyms, and other brick and mortar. Beaches and parks are welcoming visitors, and pools are...

Deadly Virus Doesn’t Die Easily

Deadly Virus Doesn’t Die Easily

Virus Death Toll on the Rise On March 24th, 2020, the United States saw its deadliest day thus far during the COVID-19 pandemic with over 163 deaths. As of Wednesday morning, at least 728 people in the U.S. have died of the coronavirus as the country's confirmed cases...

Preventing the Spread of Viruses: The CCS Way

Preventing the Spread of Viruses: The CCS Way

A SPOON FULL OF VIRUS Cold and Flu Viruses have the potential of being quite serious, in fact, they can be fatal. The CDC estimates that so far this season there have been at least 32 million flu illnesses resulting in 18,000 deaths. Influenza and other viruses, like...