Finding a trusted professional cleaning service to maintain your building—especially when you work in the healthcare industry—can be challenging. It takes an experienced team to understand the nuances of working in a care environment and apply up-to-date cleaning best practices to a hospital, which relies on clean and sanitized areas to function properly and reduce health risks for patients, staff and visitors. If you’re curious about the skills and expertise that a cleaning service needs today or you want to confirm that your current team is doing a great job, review some of the key things they should know about how to make your facility safe and spotless.Read more “Hospital Cleaning: What Your Cleaning Service Already Knows”
We all know that the young workforce has high expectations for today’s businesses. As employees, they want to do business for companies that remain professional and provide a healthy, welcoming space for team members to work, learn and grow. As customers, they want to purchase products and services from brands that look, feel and sound both authentic and transparent. All of these traits come together to form a first impression for professionals and consumers young and old. But organizations across all industries forget the value of a first impression. Efforts to build an appealing and modern brand image become buried under the day-to-day work creating outstanding products and services and managing business operations.Read more “eBook: Why a Clean Workplace Matters [Free Download]”
It’s imperative that operating rooms be kept clean in order to ensure patient and healthcare staff safety from harmful microorganisms. Terminal cleaning is typically carried out after an operating room has been used to treat a patient with a multidrug-resistant organisms (MDROs) infection.Read more “Terminal Cleaning of Operating Rooms: What It (Really) Means”
A thorough cleaning regiment must be employed by hospital cleaning and janitorial staff in order to ensure proper microbe and disease remediation for the safety of employees, and most importantly of patients. A hospital or healthcare environment is unique in the respect that it houses people with compromised health, while also housing potentially deadly diseases and microbes in proximity, and often in the same room. It’s for this reason that hospital cleaning procedures and methods must be full-proof and carried out by qualified staff who can ensure satisfactory microbial and disease remediation.Read more “Hospital Cleaning Procedures & Methods: How to Ensure a Spotless Environment of Care”
When it comes to the world of cleaning, there are two distinct service types available: commercial cleaning and residential cleaning. There are a few key differences that make the two cleaning options appropriate for different buildings and cleaning needs. The most obvious difference is the facility type, including sanitary requirements and use schedules which dictate when a commercial cleaning company is needed over a residential one; but there are other differences. This blog will discuss and dissect commercial and residential cleaning services, and the context in which each is most appropriate.Read more “Commercial Cleaning vs. Residential Cleaning: What’s the Difference?”
Cleanroom standards are some of the most stringent to adhere to. A cleanroom must be meticulously cleaned and disinfected depending on the type of research, development or assembly taking place within it. For instance, a clean room used for developing or assembling pharmaceuticals has a wide range of factors that will contribute to its classification, depending on how clean the room needs to be in order for untainted assembly and production to take place.Read more “Cleanroom Classifications: How to Properly Disinfect Each Type”
A school, office or healthcare facility’s fitness center equipment and locker room are some of the dirtiest places on the campus premises, where harmful germs, viruses and parasites love to fester and hide.
The need for a clean and safe office, school or R&D lab is more important than ever, especially when flu and cold season begins to rear its congested head. While some businesses rely on the services offered by independent janitorial services, they often lack standardized cleaning practices, techniques and follow-through that can leave your place of work a hot zone for resilient germs.
The flu is one of the most common and deadly viruses that exists. This year is the first time that the flu is projected to be equally widespread across the United States1. It’s also projected to cause the highest amount of casualties, with 80,000 flu-associated deaths projected by year’s end2. As a result of its widespread and deadly nature, and with flu season approaching, the need to keep commercial buildings, such as office spaces, schools and health care facilities, free of the viruses’ germs is more urgent than ever before.
Flu season is on its way, and that means it’s time to prepare to rigorously clean professional and shared spaces in an effort to combat the spread of the flu. Killing the influenza virus requires a customized approach for different spaces, depending on their common touch points and trafficked areas.