Start Spring Cleaning by Decluttering Your Workspace

A critical component of a healthy and productive office is a clutter-free workplace, and spring is the perfect time to get started.

Workplace Decluttering a Crucial First Step to Quality Spring Cleaning
Conventionally, March has been the ideal month for North American businesses and households to begin the spring cleaning process due to improved weather conditions, low amounts of air pollution, and moderate temperatures--making it the ideal time to remove dust.

Updating Post-Pandemic Cleaning Procedures

Updating facility cleaning and infection prevention and control procedures is a necessary step for organizations who wish to prevent a future outbreak on the scope and scale of the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Adopting New Cleaning Processes to Meet the Expectations of the New Normal
With time, dedication, and focus, the average American workplace and the classroom's hustle and bustle will return--likely with a different focus and feel, however.

Cleaning Commercial Lab Facilities

Due to the presence of dangerous chemicals and the sensitive nature of the work performed, commercial laboratory environments often require increased hygiene and sanitation levels provided by experienced service providers.

Commerical Lab and Cleanroom Cleaning Challenges
Commercial labs require a wide range of daily cleaning services ranging from standard surface sterilization and disinfection to hazardous material disposal.

Ramped Up Cleaning Promotes Hygiene and Minimizes Infection

Ramping up your facility's cleaning and disinfection frequencies combined with upgraded application methods is a proven system for improving surface sanitation, minimizing infection, and increasing occupant wellness.

Increased Cleaning Decreases Infection
What's the secret to health, wellness, happiness, improved productivity, increased customer satisfaction, and better grades in school?

Cleaning--good ol' fashioned daily cleaning with soap and water.

Infection Prevention in Manufacturing Facilities

Manufacturing facilities are critical to the U.S. supply chain, cybersecurity, and National Defense--underscoring the importance of maintaining a smooth operation by providing a clean, safe, and healthy work environment for employees.

The Importance of Infection Prevention for Manufacturing Workplaces
The COVID-19 health crisis demonstrated the importance of the manufacturing industry to U.S. consumer, corporate, and government interests--underscored by the wide swath of sectors listed by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) as critical, including:

Iron Mills
Steel Mills
Medical Devices and Chemical Manufacturing
Alloy Manufacturing, Production, and Processing
Engine and Turbine Manufacturing
Earth Moving, Mining, Agriculture and Construction Equipment Manufacturing
Electric Motor Manufacturing
Vehicles and Commercial Ships Manufacturing
Aerospace Products and Parts Manufacturing
Locomotives, Railroad and Transit Cars, and Rail Track Equipment Manufacturing

Interruptions to these areas of the economy create supply chain issues, leading to facility closures and disruptions to the distribution of vital resources to downstream consumers and businesses--resulting in unemployment, additional health issues, and potential national security challenges.

Superbugs and COVID-19 in Healthcare Facilities

COVID-19 has consumed the focus of cleaning efforts in healthcare facilities, but the threat of superbugs remains--especially for those already exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

The Spread of Candida Auris Among COVID-19 Patients Raises Concerns Regarding PPE Use and Cleaning Consistency
Prior to the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, the prevalence and spread of antibiotic-resistant superbugs in healthcare facilities across the U.S. was a major concern.