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Infection Control: Reviewing Proper Procedures
As we know infection control is of utmost importance currently for most building service contractors and in-house janitorial teams. Join us for a Webcast with industry leaders discussing best practices on infection control. We will discuss the different between cleaning and disinfection, understanding dwell times and a proper validation.

Learning Objectives:
1. Review the difference between cleaning and disinfection
2. Review disinfection procedures
3. Understand how to imply a cleaning validation test.

Mar 4, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Allen Randolph
VP Business Development @Kaivac
Allen Randolph currently serves as the chair of the ISSA Workloading & Benchmarking Council and is the host of Coming Clean – The Truth about Cleaning podcast. He served as the chair of the CONNEX/PRSM Tools Taskforce from 2016-2019. Allen was the recipient of the 2015 CONNEX/PRSM Association Service Excellence Award which provides prestigious recognition for Association members who set the professional standard of excellence. Allen has over 30 years of cleaning industry experience, with extensive experience in cleaning validation testing, cleaning process engineering, and increasing cleaning worker professionalism.
Neal S. Duffy
Sr. Mgr. Facilities Solutions Technical Training @Staples, Inc.
Neal Duffy is a 40+ year veteran of the Janitorial / Sanitary Maintenance (Jan San) industry with extensive industry experience on both the manufacturing and distribution sides of the business. Neal’s background includes many years of experience in consulting with facility managers in the development of, training for, and the implementation of custodial best practices, healthy - high performance cleaning techniques, professional decontamination and disinfection, sustainable cleaning practices and “high productivity” cleaning concepts. Neal has practiced as a registered Environmental Health Specialist, Registered Sanitarian and is an ISSA Certified Expert in Cleaning Industry Management Standards - Green Buildings (CIMS – GB), a GBAC Forensic Restoration Technician and an ISSA Certified Professional Trainer (CPT). Neal is a past board member of the USGBC Upstate NY Chapter, and has completed the Ashkin Group’s: “Green Cleaning” University.