Maintaining a clean environment is one of the most important things we can do when it comes to keeping ourselves safe from disease. If you are a cleanroom manager, or if you work in a densely populated environment (like an office building) or in a critical environment (like a pharmacy or a data center), then you already understand the crucial importance of cleaning protocols. Today, the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic have made us all understand the limitations of our normal cleaning and disinfecting procedures.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many higher education facilities are being prepared for a return to full-time, in-person classes after a period of virtual or hybrid learning. Now is the perfect time for educational facility managers to reconsider classroom cleaning and disinfecting routines to help students, faculty, and staff feel safe coming together once more.
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As workplaces become redefined, so does the role of the facility manager.
When it comes to hiring a commercial cleaning service to care for your building, it’s essential to look beyond the basics. Many companies can handle basic cleaning tasks, but some go above and beyond the minimum.
A new construction project has many exciting possibilities, whether it be an office renovation, a new housing development, or a factory expansion. But the aftermath will inevitably include dust, dirt, and debris that needs to be cleaned up before you can utilize the new space. That’s where post-construction cleaning comes in.
As an office or building manager, you know that the cleanliness of your space is a direct reflection of your business. Therefore, choosing a janitorial service is no small task. When you're looking for a commercial building cleaning service, you want to be sure you've made a reliable choice that will keep your office squeaky clean and hygienic with professionalism and reliability.
Even during a pandemic, "the show must go on." The United States is slowly opening the economy again, but COVID-19 is still a threat. Now it's up to business owners to keep customers safe. The economy is important for our society, but another wave of the virus would be a major setback. Here's a quick look at how businesses can help ensure customer safety during COVID-19.
A recent survey by an independent consulting firm found that more than 50% of employees throughout the United States are concerned that they may be exposed to COVID-19 when they return to work. One way to alleviate concerns? Ensure employees return to a clean and disinfected office.