1. A 2016 Resolution: Maintaining a Clean Warehouse /Manufacturing Facility

    Regular warehouse cleanup is a necessity, regardless of the industry. The warehouse may be in the manufacturing, distribution, retail, restaurant, or medical field. Regardless, keeping the warehouse clean is a best business practice, as well as a necessity. Why is it a necessity and not just a cosmetic endeavor? Warehouses tend to be fast-paced. People and product are on the move. Trash on the flo…Read More

  2. Back to School: 3 Common Illnesses and How to Avoid Them

    It's that time of year again! Whether you're a teacher or you have children heading back to school, a few sick days are practically inevitable (for both you and the kids). Germs run rampant where little hands roam free and are often carried into the workplace by their parents, so be sure to stock up on sanitizer and know what symptoms to look for if you do feel the sniffles coming on. Stomach Flu…Read More

  3. Happy New Year, and When the Party is Over…

    The party was great. Nobody made any horrible faux pas. The employees feel well-rewarded for their efforts and you feel good about team engagement in the company among administration, management and staff. But the place is a little messy. Leftover cups and napkins litter the building. There's a spill or two around the serving area. It looks like somebody dropped a whole plate of food on the othe…Read More

  4. How To Avoid Slip and Fall Accidents

    When you own a business, whether it's large or small, you should be concerned about slip and fall accidents - especially during the winter. As with anything else, safety comes and should come first for both your workers and your customers. Especially during the winter months, where snow and ice are all too prevalent, a basic necessity is keeping your floors clean. A great way to do this is to k…Read More

  5. Christmas Around the World

    Our diverse world is fascinating and there are so many rich cultures to learn about... especially around the holidays. Each country has some different and unique ways of celebrating Christmas in addition to the traditional going to church, having family meals, exchanging gifts, enjoying holiday music, and decorating the home inside and outside. Here are a few examples: BARBADOS CHRISTMAS DAY MORNI…Read More

  6. The Secret to Office Party Cleanup

    Following an office party, cleanup is essential. You don't want the evidence of your party sitting out for days, especially if your office is visible to clients at any point throughout the workday. Cleaning up, however, can take some effort, so make sure that you cover your bases ahead of time. Know who's responsible. Chances are, someone in your office organized the party. They were the one pa…Read More

  7. As Winter Weather Approaches, Prepare to Avoid Slip and Fall Accidents.

    As the blustery winter months rapidly approach, it is time to get serious about preventing slip and fall accidents.  As a business owner, it is your legal responsibility to keep your floors and surfaces safe for employees and clients. Potential slip and fall accidents can be avoided or decreased with a little planning. Consider these great tips for preventing slip and fall accidents this winter: …Read More

  8. Professional Office Cleaning = Asset Protection

    Every item in your office was selected carefully, whether it was purchased as a result of a budget decision or a matter of personal taste.  You don't want your carpets, furniture, drapes, and other items to wear out sooner than necessary; rather, you want them to have a lifespan that will reflect their value.  Regular professional cleaning is an important part of that asset protection and longe…Read More

  9. Finding Fun in Student Germ Fighting

    Deep cleaning your campus regularly can make all the difference in an outbreak and a school filled with excellent attendance for both you, your staff and most importantly your students. Hidden corners, floors and other surfaces (especially frequently touched objects) can host some pretty nasty bugs that are quite resilient. If not put in check, these little problem areas can become big problems li…Read More

  10. Don’t Let Cold & Flu Season Dampen Your Workplace Productivity

    Illness costs businesses thousands of dollars every year. Sick employees miss work or worse yet, come to work and spread germs and illness around the office. Proper and routine cleaning and disinfecting is the best way to remove and kill dangerous germs, but there are some extra precautions the office occupants can take.  Following just a few simple tips can help prevent the spread of germs and …Read More