Janitorial

  • Maintenance and Personal Safety Protocols To Follow

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    Every job has its risks. It is a given that accidents can occur in the workplace. In 2011, a total of 4,609 people in the United States died while they were on the job.  Many of these deaths were caused, directly or indirectly, by improper or insufficient workplace equipment and facilities. And these deficiencies are often a result of poor housekeeping and/or Read More

  • The Hidden Hazard: Slips, Trips, and Falls

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    Slips, trips, and falls don’t seem like a big issue. Someone trips, scrapes a knee or falls on their behind and it’s nothing to worry about, right? Well, unfortunately that is not the case. These accidents are actually responsible for 8.9 million visits to the hospital or doctor’s office annually.  It also causes 15% of all accidental deaths and 25% of reported claims in a fiscal year. These statistics Read More

  • Don’t let the flu get to you

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    This winter season won’t just be remembered for brutal cold temperatures, it also marks a flu epidemic that spread throughout the United States. By mid January, more than 40 states had reported widespread flu, or influenza, activity, causing health officials to call this flu season an epidemic. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the first defense against getting the flu virus Read More

  • Ice melt – snow melting safety products

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    There are many different types of ice melt that are designed to quickly melt snow and ice around your facility, but with so many options, how do you know what’s the best product for you? Unfortunately, if you wait until after the storm to stock up on supplies, you could find yourself knee-deep in snow, and trouble. Load up now and avoid getting caught off guard. Calcium Read More

  • Are you ready for the next snowfall?

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    Winter has a tendency to bring a certain degree of danger with it. From slips, trips, and falls to car skids and squeals, no one is immune to winter’s wrath. However, there are winter products you can stock up on to minimize those dangers. Here’s what you need: A Snow Shovel will help you with snow removal and help clear the pathways leading to your Read More

  • Wet Loop Versus Microfiber

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    The microfiber mop is the newest mop on the market. We continue to get the question from our customers, "how does it really stack up against the conventional mop that my business has been using for years?" To start lets discuss microfiber. The fibers of a microfiber mop are a 1/16 the thickness of human hair. The fibers are a blend of microscopic polyamide and Read More