Touchpoint Cleaning

Touchpoint cleaning and disinfection services are critical components of a clean and healthy learning and working environment, especially during cold and flu season.

Touchpoint Cleaning and Disinfection Services
Due to the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 outbreak, touchpoint cleaning and disinfection services have become recognizable household terms.

COVID-19 or Influenza

The COVID-19 public health emergency has officially merged with the northern hemisphere's annual cold and flu season, resulting in heightened levels of stress due, in part, to similarities in symptoms between the various infections.

Similarities and Differences Between COVID-19, Influenza, and Common Cold Infections
The ongoing public health emergency has resulted in what health care professionals are referring to as a second pandemic--unofficially coined 'pandemic tension.

Dirty Carpets Impact the Perception of Cleanliness

Your business gets one chance to make a first impression, and often the cleanliness of your carpets is what sends that message to prospective customers as they enter the building.

Carpet Care and the Perception of Cleanliness
It's no mystery--businesses are struggling in many sectors across the U.S.

Too few customers are walking in through the door, and those that do are incredibly wary of any sign of low-quality cleaning and poor facility sanitation.

Indoor Air Quality Concerns Returning Workforce

A recent survey found that more than half of the U.S. labor force anticipates returning to work before the end of the year, prompting concerns regarding the quality of indoor air and how that may impact their health and safety.

Survey Shows Returning Workforce Concerned With Indoor Air Quality
A recent survey of more than 700 workers conducted by Aeroseal, LLC. revealed major concerns regarding the cleanliness of indoor air in a wide variety of workplace environments, including:

Large and small offices
Retail stores, and;
Small Businesses

Key findings from the survey revealed that:

89% reported that they believe the air in their home is cleaner than at work.

The Hand Hygiene Two-Step

Hand hygiene is a crucial element in the fight against deadly viral pathogens, such as COVID-19 and influenza--the only problem is, most people are not doing it correctly.

The Importance of Hand Hygiene Compliance in the Fight Against Germs
In life, there are few things under our direct control.

Lack of Influenza Proves Importance of Cleaning

The influenza season--if it can be called that--has been in full swing in the southern hemisphere, with many countries reporting as much as a 90% reduction in reported cases due, in large part, to cleaning and infection control measures undertaken to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Latest Evidence Supports Enhanced Cleaning Claims in Fight Against Germs
Across the southern half of the planet, countries on the tail-end of winter have been combatting the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak amid their influenza season with enhanced cleaning protocols and the age-old wisdom of isolating people with symptoms from the healthy population, getting vaccinated, and regularly washing your hands with soap and water, resulting in significant reductions in influenza infections.

Chemical Safety

Whether you're a member of the front line workforce, returning to work, or working from home, cleaning chemical safety is mandatory for ensuring occupant safety, especially amongst all the confusion stemming from the COVID-19 emergency.

Chemical Safety Precautions at Work and in the Home
Ensuring occupant wellness and safety via facility and surface hygiene is more important and relevant than ever.

Concerns Regarding Returning to the Workplace

Despite its downgrade from pandemic status by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), many displaced workers have expressed concerns regarding their pending return to the workplace.

Post-COVID-19 Workplace Cleanliness and Safety Concerns
As the COVID-19 outbreak abates, worldwide, many workers displaced by quarantine orders are facing a return to the workplace, which, according to a recent survey conducted by LinkedIn, has resulted in serious concerns regarding their health and safety.