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IJCSA Cleaning And Janitorial Certification Programs: Now you can get certified right from the comfort of your home and/or office. Anytime, day or night. Online certification courses are an excellent way for you to expand your knowledge, and the knowledge of your employees. All of our certification programs, course materials, and tests are included FREE with membership.

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HIV, HEPATITIS B, HEPATITIS C.... Are you and your staff prepared? IJCSA BIOHAZARD CERTIFICATION provides you the knowledge you need to keep yourself and staff safe. The Federal OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard was published in 1991. It was  designed to reduce and minimize the potential for occupational exposure to the Human  Immunodeficiency Virus, or more commonly referred to HIV, the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and  other human Bloodborne pathogens. This audio/visual training program combines  photographs, animation and voice over text to make retention of the material easier. The course will inform you about precautions you must take to eliminate the risk of infectious diseases that can be contracted through exposure and the proper methods of handling potential contaminants. Don`t be a statistic.  Sign up for the certification here>>

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  • 26 Jul 2016 3:40 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Certification Courses

    Now you can get certified right from the comfort of your home and/or office, anytime day or night. Online Certification Courses and classes from the International Janitorial Cleaning Services Association are an excellent way for you to expand your knowledge and continue your education. 

    All of our cleaning and janitorial certification programs and course materials are included with membership at NO EXTRA CHARGE!  

    Members should certify at their own pace.

    IJCSA Master Certification (IMC) - The most comprehensive in depth online cleaning and janitorial certification program available today. 250+ questions w/ 110 written essay questions. Verbal oral exam. Average test certification time 4 hours. Average course study time 20 hours. All course materials available online.

    Bloodborne Certification (BPC)  Bloodborne Pathogens Certification OSHA I And OSHA II Approved. Are you at risk of exposure? Stay OSHA compliant. As someone who may come in contact with blood, you are required by OSHA to be trained in bloodborne pathogens. OSHA fines for non-compliance can be as high as $70,000. Avoid fines and stay compliant with effective training that will help keep you safe and up to date. Average test certification time 1 hour. Average course study time 2 hours. All course materials available online.

    Carpet Cleaning Certification (CCC) This IJCSA Carpet Cleaning Certification course covers basic to advanced carpet cleaning techniques and will enable you to be confident on every job no matter what the customer asks you or what carpet cleaning challenges are encountered. Training is focused on the green cleaning process along with standard carpet cleaning practices. Covered in this course is how to remove stubborn stains, how to prevent stains from returning, and the techniques to clean all carpet, upholstery & rugs. Average test certification time 2 hours. Average course study time 10-12 hours. All course materials available online

    Mold Inspection & Remediation Services (MIRS)-  Provides members the ability to identify and correct potential mold infestation in a residential home or commercial building. This IJCSA course will provide you with a fundamental knowledge about fungi and the potential health risks of toxic mold. 80 hours as required by law. All course materials available online. 

    Green Cleaning Company Certification (GCC)- Residential and commercial consumers are no longer satisfied with services saying they are green companies. In some commercial situations a certification is required for you to clean their building, so they stay current with their own certification process. Green cleaning is now the most popular choice for service providers based on health and environmental reasons. Average test certification time 2 hours. Average course study time 5-6 hours. All course materials available online.

    Chemical Hazards Certification  (CHC) Improve your understanding of the underlying health and environmental impacts of chemical hazards by reviewing the toxic effects of materials and the basic mechanism of MSDS. Average test certification time 2 hours. Average course study time 3 hours. All course materials available online.

    Customer Service Certification (CSC) A company's reputation is only as good as the customer service it provides. Please a customer, and your client base will swell with relatives and neighbors who catch wind of your top-notch service. But upset one, and brace yourself for disaster. Average test certification time 1 hour. Average course study time 1 hour. All course materials available online.

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  • 25 Jul 2016 10:37 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    1. DON’T mix ammonia with bleach.

    “The combination of these two cleaners could be lethal, so be very careful when mixing any cleaners that contain ammonia or bleach.”

    2. DON’T scrub your carpets, but blot them instead.

    “You could damage the carpet by scrubbing too hard, and a gentle blot will do the trick!”

    3. DON’T wash windows in a circular motion.

    “Instead, move the paper towels back and forth horizontally, and then vertically. Wiping in little circles is more likely to leave streaks. Speaking of washing windows, DON’T do it on a hot, sunny day. The heat will dry the cleaner too quickly, leaving streaks. It’s much easier to get clean windows on a cool day.”

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  • 19 Jul 2016 12:51 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Despite a drop in violent crime across the United States, the crime-scene cleanup industry has boomed. Profits for the nearly 600 firms in the United States totaled more than $99 million in 2015, on revenues of $357.5 million, according to IBISWorld, a market research group. But those profits are sometimes reaped from those who can ill afford costs that may run into the tens of thousands of dollars when insurers do not pay.

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  • 13 Jul 2016 1:17 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    The city of Waco is considering replacing its janitorial staff with private contractors in an effort to save $294,000 a year.

    City staff and three council members discussed privatizing the service at a budget and audit committee meeting Tuesday, three days before City Manager Dale Fisseler releases his preliminary budget for 2016-17.

    If the council agrees, the city would bid out the janitorial services now performed by 22 full-time and three part-time employees, reducing janitorial costs from $950,000 to an estimated $656,000 a year. Current employees earn between $9.94 and $14.10 per hour, plus benefits for full-time workers.

    City general services director Kelly Holecek told the council committee that a contractor could do the work with fewer employees and could eliminate the missed cleanings that occur when staff are sick.

    Fisseler said the city already relies on contractors to clean the police headquarters at the Hillcrest Tower, and that arrangement has worked well.

    Councilman Jim Holmes said outsourcing the service “makes sense.”

    “With this savings, it’s almost a no-brainer,” Holmes said.

    More at source: Waco Trib

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  • 12 Jul 2016 12:02 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    It's cheaper

    One of the best reasons to DIY your own cleaning products is to save money. Who doesn't love that?! In fact, most DIY cleaners cost less than $1 to make. Compare that to $5-$15 per bottle for most store-bought products, and you'll quickly find that you really can't afford to not make your own cleaning products.

    To get started, stock up on these essentials:

    • white vinegar (buy a gallon to save even more money)
    • liquid castile soap
    • baking soda
    • rubbing alcohol
    More at the source: Today Home

  • 07 Jul 2016 12:27 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Understanding Your Customer - 

    Knowing your customer is a vital part of effectively selling your product or service. This course will introduce you to tools and resources that will help you understand your customer and increase sales.

    SBA.GOV site - U.S. Small Business Administration

    Duration: 00:30:00

    Take The Course Here.

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  • 28 Jun 2016 12:38 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Raise America is SEIU's nationwide campaign to raise the standards for union janitors during contract negotiations. (WNV / Shane Burley)

    Workers packed into the crowded Logan International Airport in Boston on Wednesday, June 15, where SEIU Local 32BJ brought together a large swathe of minimum-wage employees who often go unseen to hurried travelers. Baggage handlers, cabin cleaning staff and others who go through contracting companies were rallying together under an organizing banner with a history of struggle dating back 30 years.

    While the Fight for $15 raises headlines and wages across the United States, June 15 saw a national day of action in cities around the country for the annual anniversary of the Justice for Janitors campaign. For SEIU Local 32BJ, which handles 155,000 property service workers along the East Coast from New Hampshire to Florida, this was a chance to reclaim the history of a campaign that did the unthinkable in the early 1990s.

    “It has become a symbol for how labor unions and workers, working together and exercising their power, can establish standards in all sorts of industries,” said Eugenio Villasante, regional communications manager for SEIU Local 32BJ.

    More at source: Waging NonViolence

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  • 24 Jun 2016 12:03 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

      The City of Toronto spent $30.5 million to clean 265 facilities last year, including $8.3 paid to contracted cleaners.

      City of Toronto cleaning services are flushing hundreds of thousands of dollars down the drain every year, according to auditor general Beverly Romeo-Beehler. Two audits of the cleaning services with Toronto’s facilities management department, and oversight of work done by contract cleaners, uncovered the costly waste. The city spent $30.5 million to clean 265 facilities last year, including $8.3 paid to contracted cleaners. The facilities have a total gross floor area of more than 10 million square feet. 

      More at source: Toronto Star

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    • 20 Jun 2016 11:06 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)


      Janitors speak outside Best Buy's headquarters Tuesday morning, a day after the retailer agreed to hire a "responsible" contractor for cleaning services in its Twin Cities area locations.

      A planned protest outside of Best Buy Inc.’s shareholders meeting Tuesday morning turned into a small celebration after the janitors who clean its stores reached an agreement with the Richfield-based electronics retailer to use a “responsible” contractor.

      Best Buy made the pledge Monday night to Service Employees International Union Local 26 (SEIU), which has pressed for better conditions, including the right to organize, for janitors who work at Twin Cities Best Buy stores.

      Details are still to be hashed out, but the janitors’ allies likened it to a similar agreement reached with Minneapolis-based Target Corp. in June 2014.

      More at source: Star Tribune

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