ACS is a proud member of the cleaning industry associations listed below. Membership in these associations demonstrates our professional commitment to quality and helps us stay on top of what’s happening in the industry. We attend yearly conventions and seminars, and subscribe to the trade magazines to keep up to date on cleaning techniques, personnel issues, ways to cut customer's expense, and much more. Our memberships give us a competitive edge, so that we can bring you the quality and service that you deserve and expect.
Building Service Contractors Association International
BSCAI, founded in 1965, is a trade association of the building service industry with members worldwide. The association provides educational programs, publications, video training programs, seminars and networking opportunities, all developed specifically for the building service and security contracting industry.
International Sanitary Supply Association
ISSA is the worldwide cleaning industry association, offering the industry's largest cleaning shows around the world; a vast array of educational videos and resources; networking on local, national, and international levels; industry management standards; legislative and regulatory services and industry news specifically focused on the world's cleaning community.
The Janitorial Store(TM) is an online community of janitorial business owners who are serious about building a more professional, customer service oriented cleaning business. The discussion forum is packed with extremely helpful, real world advice and tips straight from successful cleaning business owners. The community provides members with all the tools and resources needed to achieve their goals of owning a business they can be proud of.
Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification- As an ANSI-accredited standard-development organization, the IICRC has led the way in establishing the main industry standards and reference guides for professional carpet cleaning, upholstery and fabric cleaning, water damage restoration and mold remediation.
Each IICRC standard takes years to develop and the coordination of several experts in the field, including allied tradespersons; manufacturers; international, national and regional trade associations; individual or franchise professionals; cleaning, inspection and restoration industry organizations; insurance industry; training schools; contractors; and public health professionals.
These standards are reviewed and updated at least every five years. Many of these fields, such as the water damage restoration field, change rapidly and those who are certified keep up with the advancement of the science and generally accepted practices of the industry.
MGMA equips medical practice leaders with the information and tools they need to thrive.
At MGMA, we are committed to continuously advancing leaders and their practices. As the leading association for medical practice administrators and healthcare executives for 90 years, MGMA provides the essential education, legislative information, and data and career resources to help improve patient services and operational efficiencies.
Through our national membership and 50 state affiliates, MGMA represents more than 33,000 administrators and executives in 18,000 healthcare organizations in which 385,000 physicians practice.