COVID-19 has affected everyone’s lives, including children’s, who have missed out on opportunities to learn, socialize and have fun. As states continue to reopen and begin planning for students to return to their classrooms, it’s vital to be mindful of how the Coronavirus has changed their learning environments and prepare accordingly. And as businesses, restaurants and shops begin to reopen too, it may feel like life is normal again, but we still need to continue to follow state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health and safety guidelines.
Medical facilities can be busy places with staff taking care of several tasks throughout the day. Keeping your medical facility clean and disinfected on a regular basis is a must, and now more so than ever because of the ongoing pandemic. However, with all the responsibilities your staff has, cleaning can seem overwhelming.
With more businesses beginning to reopen, many parents are wondering what to do with their children who are too young for school. Previously, one answer to this would be daycare, but with so many concerned about COVID-19, sending your child to play with others may pose a risk to their health.
However, with proper cleaning and disinfecting measures in place, parents can rest assured that their children are staying safe and healthy. Children explore their environment by touching and putting things into their mouths. This is natural behavior but can post serious risks during a pandemic.
For these reasons, daycares can quickly become breeding grounds for harmful bacteria and viruses. This blog post will cover suitable ways to keep daycares clean and safe for children.
With the current pandemic, people are beginning to take cleaning seriously, especially as businesses and schools reopen. Given our heightened sense of awareness about the dangers of getting sick in the current environment, you may have some questions about proper cleaning techniques, methods, or products and tools to use.
In this blog post, we will answer questions to some common cleaning questions that apply to cleaning at home, having a clean workspace, and creating clean and safe environments for children, teens, and adolescents at daycare or in school.
Commercial kitchens are found in restaurants, cafes, schools, universities, and even in some businesses. They are much larger in size than a residential kitchen and require a much higher level of cleaning and disinfecting.
In this blog post we will discuss how commercial kitchens differ from residential kitchens, why it is important that they be kept clean, the use of vapor steam cleaning, and how a professional cleaning service can benefit your commercial kitchen cleaning needs.
Operating a busy dental office doesn’t need to include an overwhelming cleaning routine. However, it is important to clean and disinfect daily and between patients, especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your patients still need to come in for cleanings and dental work, but want to feel safe and at ease about the cleanliness of your office.
It can be easy to take floors for granted when it comes to a comprehensive cleaning and maintenance plan for your facility. However, floors are just as important as any other part of a building, if not even more so.
Clean and shiny floors are a key aspect of any well-maintained building and successful business. However, over time, floors can easily become scuffed, worn, and permanently dirty. This can happen sooner if routine floor care and maintenance is neglected.
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With the current health crisis still in full swing, it can be difficult to know exactly where to focus more of your cleaning and disinfecting efforts. Restrooms in schools, offices, daycares, manufacturing plants, and other facilities can get a lot of use making them a main area to focus your cleaning efforts on.
However, it can be confusing to know which parts of the restroom need just a quick wipe down, which parts need to be disinfected more often, and which areas and objects are considered high-touch warranting disinfection more frequently. To help you get the most out of your restroom cleaning routine and to take the guesswork out, we’ve created a convenient, downloadable restroom cleaning checklist.
Many schools around the country have either reopened or are in the process of coming up with reopening plan. Part of a reopening and operating plan should include a cleaning and disinfecting routine. Given the current public health crisis, the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting needs to increase, but can be difficult with children and staff constantly occupying and moving around the school.
Surfaces such as desks, cafeteria tables, chairs, handrails, door handles, and equipment need to be cleaned and disinfected after each use to stop the spread of contaminants, including the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease.
You’re a business owner or operator, so you know just how important it is to have a clean business if you want to make a good first impression. Whether yours is a traditional office building, a retail store or another type of space, its condition and cleanliness can have a significant impact on your bottom line.
If you’re not in the cleaning industry, you might not realize that there is a difference between commercial janitorial services and commercial cleaning services. Yes, they both focus on cleaning and organizing specific areas, but who covers what? It’s good to know the difference between these services so you can hire the right team of professionals for your needs.