This portal consists of information to facilitate your compliance with various rules and regulations that are of particular relevance to the cleaning industry.
Technology, environmental, and human health research are constantly evolving. In response, policies must develop to guide behavior in the appropriate way.
Occupational Safety and Health
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) works enforces the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 to ensure employers are providing work environment that are safe.
Disinfectants, Sanitizers, EPA Registered Products
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires disinfectants, sanitizers, and related cleaning products to be registered as “antimicrobial pesticides.”
Cleaning Service Providers
Cleaning services are subject to many different types of regulations, two of which are State Registration and Harassment Training and Sales Tax on Cleaning Services.
Please note: Many of these regulatory resources are reserved for ISSA members only. To view them in full, members must log in to their ISSA.com account. If you are not an active member, learn more about joining ISSA.