It started with a hand-drawn design on paper. Within two weeks, the schematic came to life at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, Ont., with the opening of Canada’s ﬁrst modular Pandemic Response Unit to help manage the surge of COVID-19 patients.
With healthcare infrastructure being pushed to its limits to manage the pressure created by the COVID-19 pandemic, will there be changes to demand for cooling-related products and maintenance of HVAC systems in institutions such as hospitals? Well, it depends who you ask.
Last week, Next Plumbing and Hydronics Supply packed 500 Survival Kits for people living on the streets and in encampments in Toronto.
HRAI and TSSA are co-hosting a webinar on TSSA modified processes and policy considerations in light of COVID-19.
The Grundfos Foundation has announced $6.1 million in donations to go to various emergency initiatives to limit the damages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Government of Ontario recently announced that it has made changes to the list of essential workplaces that can remain open across the province.
The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development is giving workers in the construction sector an extra year to renew their training if they work at heights.
The company has stopped making grilles and volunteered to make essential medical equipment