Components of an Effective Cleaning Program

Effective cleaning programs are comprised of several critical components, including design, training, safe product handling, and validation.

Defining Effective Cleaning Programs
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, " [sic] regardless of type of facility, the key program elements for effective environmental cleaning programs include:"

Organization/Administration - Corporate leadership and budgeting.

The Essential Do’s and Don’ts of Ice Melt

Ice melt is a valuable tool for improving safety conditions and helping to prevent slip and fall accidents--but incorrect use and application can result in hazardous conditions and damage to the built environment, especially flooring.

What is Ice Melt, and How Does it Work?
Ice melt is a chemical compound used to melt ice and snow on surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways, and roads.

Microfiber vs. Cotton for Cleaning

Microfiber and cotton-based products have long been the go-to application material for cleaning surfaces and picking up spills, but which is best for each situation?

Microfiber--The Basis for High-Tech Cleaning
Microfiber is a synthetic material that is the basis for modern high-tech cleaning solutions due to its unmatched power to trap dirt and remove soil and germs from surfaces combined with a low cost of ownership.

The Importance Of Measuring Slip Resistance To Maintain Floor Safety

Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of injuries in the workplace and most commonly occur on wet or lubricated (oil, dust, grease, etc.) surfaces.

Keep Floors Safe by Measuring Slip Resistance
While most flooring products maintain some degree of slip resistance, the degree of resistance varies widely by product type and quality and is heavily influenced by several external factors.