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  • Construction Safety Equipment and PPE

    Construction Safety Equipment and PPE

    Construction workers have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Every day, they put their lives at risk to build our homes, offices, and infrastructure. But while this profession has many risks, construction workers can take simple precautions using high quality construction PPE to protect themselves from the most common injuries. Most Common Read more

  • School’s Out | 5 Floor Maintenance Essentials

    School’s Out | 5 Floor Maintenance Essentials

    Summer is a time for fun and relaxation, but it’s also a time to stay on top of your school’s floor maintenance. Commercial flooring can take a beating during the school year, with all the foot traffic and spills. So it’s essential to keep your floors clean and safe for everyone during the summer months. Read more

  • The Ultimate Office Safety Checklist

    The Ultimate Office Safety Checklist

    Being aware of office safety hazards and learning safety tips can go a long way toward preventing accidents. The leading types of accidents that occur in an office are often the result of falls, overexertion or improper materials storage. To help you prevent each of these types of incidents we’ve outlined our top office safety Read more

  • Four Often Ignored Office Safety Hazards

    Four Often Ignored Office Safety Hazards

    It’s apparent that safety hazards exist on worksites that have heavy machinery or where employees are required to engage in manual labor. An environment where tasks are completed while sitting at a desk may seem to have fewer safety risks, but there can be a surprising number of office safety hazards. Here are a few Read more

  • Tips For Cleaning Schools Over Summer Break

    Tips For Cleaning Schools Over Summer Break

    Summer means students get three months to take a break from classes and class rooms. For a janitorial staff, however, summer can be one of the busiest seasons. To help your janitorial staff prepare for summer cleaning, we’ve outlined a school cleaning checklist. Here 9 most important items to add to your school cleaning checklist Read more

  • Summer Safety Tips For Outdoor Workers

    Summer Safety Tips For Outdoor Workers

    There’s a lot to love about summer-warm temperatures, sunny days and spending time outdoors. But for those who work outdoors these positives can quickly turn to negatives, such as sunburn, dehydration and even heat stroke. To help you combat these summer safety risks, we’ve outlined safety tips that will help keep your teams healthy and Read more

  • Gym Cleaning Checklist For Commercial Gyms

    Gym Cleaning Checklist For Commercial Gyms

    Did you know cold and flu viruses can live on hard surfaces for up to 24 hours while some stomach bugs, such as norovirus, can live on surfaces for more than a month. In addition, the bacteria that causes MSRA can live on surfaces for weeks and has been known to thrive in locker rooms Read more

  • How To Reduce Waste In Your Office

    How To Reduce Waste In Your Office

    According to the EPA, the average office worker generates 2 lbs of paper waste everyday and 90 percent of all office waste is paper. With that much waste being created everyday offices are ideal spaces for recycling and waste reduction programs. Read below for ways you can reduce waste in your office and implement a Read more

  • Your Guide To Buying Office Trash Cans

    Your Guide To Buying Office Trash Cans

    Trash cans are imperative to any office, but they often aren’t given much thought. But, did you know, the number of trash cans you have in an office and whether they’re individual or communal can reduce overall office waste. Read our guide below on how many trash cans your office needs and how to use Read more

  • What To Clean After The Flu And Flu Disinfectants

    What To Clean After The Flu And Flu Disinfectants

    Has your facility had a flu outbreak? Once one associate contracts the flu you’ll want to work quickly to prevent the spread to other associates. This is because the flu virus can live on a surface for more than 24 hours. Here, we’ll outline how to find the best disinfectants for the flu virus and Read more