As we move further into June, many businesses are starting to reopen again and have begun welcoming staff and the public back. Things may be feeling like they’re somewhat going “back to normal,” but that does not mean the COVID-19 pandemic is over. The CDC is still urging both businesses and individuals to continue maintaining safety precautions in order to reduce risk and prevent a second wave of COVID-19 from spreading.
With select states lifting their stay-at-home orders and allowing certain businesses to reopen, it’s time for some business owners, facility managers, and HR departments to begin planning for reopening.
Using the CDC’s official guidelines, Commercial Cleaning Corporation created this checklist to help you develop, implement, and maintain a reopening plan, so your customers and employees can safely enter.
How does electrostatic spray work?
Electrostatic spray gives objects an even, 360-degree coating made possible by the negative charge of the sprayed solution as it exits the tool’s nozzle and the positive charge of the surfaces it reaches. It effectively atomizes cleaning solutions in this way, using electrostatics to attach to and wrap around harmful microorganisms and remove them from surfaces, including those that are difficult to reach.
With the threat of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases increasing by the day, it’s vital that business owners, facility managers, and HR departments take proper steps in the workplace to keep your employees safe and healthy with infectious disease remediation. So far, there’s still a lot that’s unknown about the COVID-19 virus, but there is a lot that we do know, based on previous experience with similar coronaviruses.
In this blog, we’re taking a quick look at 5 tips for keeping your workplace safe from the threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus.Read more “Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) & Cleaning: Protecting Your Workplace”
When it comes to cleaning surfaces and objects, traditional dry and wet dusting tends to be the first methods that come to mind. While these cleaning techniques are tried and true, they do little more than spread filth around, unless the rags used are washed regularly. Dry dusting kicks up resting particles, redistributing them into the air and onto other surfaces. Wet dusting can involve harmful cleaning chemicals and make it hard to reach certain spots or objects. For sensitive places, like clean rooms, R&D labs, healthcare facility cleaning and schools, there’s a more effective method for stripping dirt, dust and germs from surfaces that require specialized sanitation: electrostatic spray.
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Estimates from the CDC show that the United States sees between 9 million and 45 million cases of influenza (flu). As of 2018, that equates to an estimated nationwide burden of $11.2 billion per year. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to protect yourself, your workplace, and your coworkers from the hazards of flu season.Read more “The Flu Virus: How Long Can It Survive?”
Week six of flu season in the US saw a slight decrease in visits to healthcare providers for those suffering from influenza-like illnesses and symptoms. However, all regions throughout the US are still dealing with more cases than usual.Read more
Let’s start with a quick story: In the 19th century, Ignaz Semmelweiss worked as an obstetrics assistant in Vienna General Hospital. Soon after beginning work, he discovered that women who were treated in the doctor-run maternity ward were becoming ill and dying at an alarmingly higher rate than those who were treated in the mid-wife run ward.
The doctors were often coming directly from performing autopsies and weren’t taking any steps in between for proper sanitation. He, and Florence Nightingale around the same time, pushed for strict hand-washing regulations but were met with resistance. It wasn’t until the 1980s when the US Center for Disease Control implemented important hygiene guidelines requiring strict hand-washing procedures and regulations; but keeping your hands clean is only the first basic step of ensuring cleanliness in a healthcare environment.
An urgent care center is a fast-paced environment with patients coming and going at all hours. From illnesses and injuries to preventative care and blood tests, your staff treats people of all ages with all types of conditions and needs. It’s vital to protect your healthcare workers and patients by adhering to facility-wide cleanliness guidelines.
In this blog, we’re discussing the top 10 tips to ensure your urgent care center is always clean and sanitary for your staff and patients.Read more “Urgent Care Cleaning: 10 Tips for a Clean Urgent Care Environment”
Most commercial buildings, from office complexes to restaurants, take advantage of the professional service of a commercial cleaning provider to give their spaces the deep clean they deserve. So much more than a way of keeping up appearances and making lasting first impressions, this type of thorough cleaning gives teams a safe, healthy and welcoming place to work and gives customers a great experience and end product or service they can count on.Read more “Commercial Cleaning Calculator: How Much Does A Commercial Cleaning Service Cost?”
Industrial cleaning services are specialized cleaning services for areas in industrial facilities, such as factories and manufacturing facilities, self-storage buildings, warehouses and power plants. Because many industrial environments are busy, high-traffic places, whether they manufacture products around the clock or simply store goods until shipment or removal, industrial cleaning truly entails performing thorough, consistent cleaning using specialized cleaning tools and techniques—a job typically done by a professional commercial cleaning service team.Read more “What Are Industrial Cleaning Services?”