We explain why standard janitorial personnel and methods are ill equipped to kill or prevent the spread of virulent germs and bacteria. Enhanced sanitization is the solution.
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According to an article on the NBC News website, researchers at the University of Maryland are examining the dormitories so they can evaluate the spread of influenza. Dr. Donald Milton and colleagues conducted this research with an aim to see the effect of the flu on students living in the dormitories. The purpose of the […]
A recent survey by the BC Centre for Disease Control discovered that 80% of infections spread from items that people access or touch every single day. The most common culprits are money, keys, and cell phones. In fact, a 2011 study by the London School of Hygiene found traces of fecal material on 1 out […]
The primary objective of any owner or supervisor is to minimize risks and maximize efficiency in the workplace. They accomplish this by eliminating possible health and safety breaches and maintaining a positive work environment for employees and customers that is clean, organized, and free of hazards. If more corporations understood the importance of cleanliness and […]
A recent vote by the East Peoria (IL) City Council awarded a cleaning contract to a local cleaning services company that was the lowest of five bidders for the job, proving the importance of pitching the right bid. Being the winning bidder in a competitive bidding contest can be tricky. So what can you do […]
Independence Day is upon us and you know what that means. It’s time to bust out the grill, grab your bathing suit, and party! Fourth of July parties are all fun and games until they’re over; then the cleaning process begins. If you want to celebrate the 4th and not worry about the aftermath, here […]
2018’s hurricane season is expected to be an above-average season similar to 2017. Last year we saw 17 named storms, with three major hurricanes landing in the United States. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) predict a 70 percent chance of 10 to 16 named storms with winds of 39 mph or higher. Of […]
The hurricane is over. You are filled with both relief and fear. What happens next? Here is a checklist of what you should do after a hurricane. If you have cell phone service and/or power, check in with family members and friends. Texting and social media are great options and won’t use as much battery […]
During a hurricane, it can be normal to feel anxious. Being prepared and keeping yourself occupied can help give you the confidence that your family and home will be safe. Here are some tips to get you through the storm: When the hurricane is six hours away from landfall, and you are not in an […]