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  • How Restroom Cleanliness Relates To Infection

    How Restroom Cleanliness Relates To Infection

    Restrooms are one of the toughest areas for cleaning for two main reasons: both the aesthetics(appearances) & health of the area.  However, one of the biggest challenges is the public health issue, which can affect many people. This flu season is your opportunity to make sure your facilities’ restroom is prepared  for dealing with both the Read more

  • Peak Season: Safety is Number One

    Peak Season: Safety is Number One

    Safety is the number one challenge for a good reason, this involves your most precious resource: your workforce. During peak season, a high percentage of your workforce may be temporary hires: persons who are often new to your processes, procedures and safety regulations. All too frequently safety procedures are disregarded due to; insufficient time invested, Read more

  • How to Maintain a Healthy Child Care Environment with Proper Hygiene

    How to Maintain a Healthy Child Care Environment with Proper Hygiene

    Proper hygiene in a child care facility should be considered an essential part of daily operations. Any type of facility that serves a volume of children daily – preschools, primary schools, daycare facilities, even home-based day care – should ensure that hygiene is a priority. With so many children sharing space, the risk of infection Read more

  • Key Factors of a Floor Maintenance Program

    Key Factors of a Floor Maintenance Program

    Too often managers base their floor maintenance decisions on the amount of the initial costs. Sure, the lower price tag can be tempting, but will it get the job done effectively and efficiently? Probably not. That’s why floor maintenance decisions should be made with quality in mind. High-quality floor maintenance programs prioritize these three components: Read more

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 3 of 3

    Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 3 of 3

    Part One: The Buildings Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning HVAC system Part Two: The Source of Pollutants Part Three: Moisture and Humidity Levels Moisture and Humidity Levels Good indoor air quality requires control of moisture and humidity levels in the facility. Having too much moisture in the facility can cause biological contaminants such as molds and bacteria to thrive. Read more

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 2 of 3

    Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 2 of 3

    Part One: The Buildings Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning HVAC system Part Two: The Source of Pollutants Part Three: Moisture and Humidity Levels The Source of Pollutants One of the keys to improving indoor air quality in a facility is identifying and minimizing pollutants. These pollutants can come from both indoor and outdoor sources. The quality of the air Read more

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality: Part 1 of 3

    Improving Indoor Air Quality: Part 1 of 3

    For a company, your greatest asset is your employees. That’s why indoor air quality should be a priority for each and every company. The quality of the air in your building can have a huge impact on the health of your workers and in turn affect the productivity of the building. Controlling indoor air quality Read more

  • What does an Energy Efficient Building Look Like?

    What does an Energy Efficient Building Look Like?

    Did you know that about 20% percent of all the energy that we use in the US powers commercial buildings. Yes, you read that number correctly. That’s one of the reasons why it’s so important for company’s to play their part in practicing energy efficiency. Through the hold building approach, all of the parts of an energy Read more

  • Office Space: Too Open or Not Open Enough

    Office Space: Too Open or Not Open Enough

    Open-floor offices have been all the buzz, right? It turns out, the concept has both its ups and downs. Pros to an Open Office Floor Plan The idea of having an open office floor plan is to create an atmosphere with constant interaction. The open concept produces sort of an evenness about the workplace –an Read more

  • Should Your Facility Switch to LED?

    Should Your Facility Switch to LED?

    Facilities across the country are turning to LED (light emitting diode) bulbs to lighten their buildings. This is a major trend that has been going on in recent years and it’s probably had you considering the switch as well. The reason is energy efficiency. Is it worth it? Switching is something that definitely has long-term Read more