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How to Stay Healthy At Work

No one likes to be sick. We do our best to try to remain healthy and hope that our efforts are successful. Yet how do we know what things really make a difference in keeping ourselves well, and keeping our work surroundings sanitized and germ-free?

There are a variety of actions we can take in order to reduce employee sick time and help those that are still a little under the weather but come to work anyway from infecting others. You’ll want to be sure to keep things clean and as germ-free as possible. Disinfect things yourself if need be, but also be sure to talk to your cleaning crew and let them know that there’s a bug going around the office, or that more people than normal have fallen ill. This way steps can be taken to cleanse things a little more thoroughly, or more often. Remember that any equipment that touches employees’ hands is more likely to then carry germs. Disinfecting surfaces like telephones, doorknobs, kitchen handles, keyboards, and machine knobs or buttons is an especially good way to help combat infection.

There’s no perfect way to rid your building of germs. After all, it is estimated that a sneeze can contaminate surfaces up to 26 feet away. In addition, employees, customers, and visitors oftentimes come in when they’re sick, or fail to wash their hands as often as they should. A good plan is to remain vigilant about keeping all surfaces clean and disinfected, and to step things up should you experience an uptick in illness. Your cleaning company can assist with specific plans of action should your situation warrant them, as keeping things in your building safe, clean and germ-free is their goal.

Who We Are

This is about much more than just cleaning.  Donna Allie and Team Clean’s passion is clear.

WBENC and it’s importance to Team Clean

Let’s discuss the Women’s Business Enterprise national council and you. Team Clean has been a member of we bank that’s what we affectionately call it for many many years. I’m in this region we have participated in many events we Bank is very very important to women business owners its offers, seminars, workshops, and entree to businesses that you probably would not have had the opportunity to network with if it hadn’t been for we Bank. Just the camaraderie of the women getting together and being able to share their stories in terms of women business owners’ so I would encourage you if you are a woman business owner get involved with we bank it will certainly pay off.

Get the Most Out of Disinfecting & Sanitizing

Let’s go over to disinfect, disinfect most hospitals or all hospitals as you know have to have a strong disinfect policy. Let’s go back and say you have to clean all surfaces before you disinfect that’s very important because if you don’t you must clean your surfaces before disinfecting you just can’t spray disinfectant and think that it’s going to kill all bacteria or germs you have to first disinfect with an approved disinfector that kills 9.9999% of bacteria now there’s a difference sanitizing, sanitizing kill
9.99% disinfecting.

How to deal with cold and flu.

At colleges and universities oh my my-my I remember when there was a flu epidemic at my college and you know I believe fighting the flu is as simple as paying attention to disinfectant you have to disinfect but sometimes people have a tendency to over disinfect so you know if you know during the cold and flu seasons you train your cleaners to train your cleaners to disinfect touch points.

How to Make a Facility Manager Smile part 2

 

For him or her meaning the facility manager to know exactly what happened the night before. Communication is key that’s how you make a facility manager smile do your job, clean the building, pristine communicate any issues that may have happened the day before communicate, communicate and over communicate sometimes I think
another thing that makes a facility manager smile is the comfort level that
they have in the cleaning staff. Knowing that when they come in everything is going to be done and consistently done.

How to Make a Facility Manager Smile part 1

How to make a facility manager smile. Facility managers have a tough job you can imagine they’re responsible for all the woes that happened within that eight-hour day or possibly more. You have so many personalities that you have to make comfortable because of the tenants they stay in those buildings or quite a bit of their day so they have to deal with temperatures they have to deal with other things that may have to go on throughout the day and they have to always be on top of their game always on top of their game making the tenant happy. In our space janitorial services, the way you make a facility manager smile is for him or her to have a pristine building when they come in the morning.

Second Most Challenging Job! Part 2

I hit the streets with my crew, I went to homeless shelters, I went to people who weren’t in homeless shelters, I begged I borrowed, I did everything that I could to get the people there. I believe we had to have 200 people for that day and 45 minutes to clean it up and they thought that we couldn’t do it. The powers to be thought that we could not do this and we did it in 45 minutes it was like it was challenging but it was like a thing of art I love cleaning I just absolutely love cleaning.

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