has come up with the acronym C.H.E.S.S. to keep your office’s restrooms clean and efficient. Here are a few ideas you can use C.H.E.S.S to improve the physical and mental health of your entire office.
The IFMA study featured above shows that 64 percent of consumers would not visit a business again after encountering a dirty restroom. The cleanliness of your workplace as a whole has a direct impact on your business. If you do not have a cleaning team that comes through regularly, ask your employees to dispose of trash to avoid odors, and to find a cure for a messy desk
, in order to prevent illnesses from spreading.
These microfiber cloths have Microban protection and can eliminate up to 99 percent of bacteria from nonporous surfaces when dampened with water.
Restrooms are the most frequent spot for cross-contamination within the office. After washing your hands, you might grab a door handle or have to grab a paper towel. Germs can gather on your hands after you have just thoroughly washed them. Consider using a paper towel to open doors to prevent your hands from becoming dirty again.
After washing your hands, the last thing you should do is touch something else in the restroom. This towel dispenser activates with just a waving motion, requiring no physical contact and keeping your hands clean.
Throughout your business, you probably look for ways to work smarter, not harder. The same can apply to your building’s facility management. There are eight types of waste that usually lead to downtime:
- Over Production
- Unutilized resources
- Over processing
Reduce dispensing issues and get the most out of your paper towels with this one, made specifically for paper towel dispensers.
Creating a sustainable eco-culture
is a priority for many office managers. Whether it’s encouraging your employees to ride their bikes to work or creating a green wall in your reception area, there are a variety of ways to make your office just a bit more eco-friendly. Even just adding some plants around your office can improve the air quality of your workplace and the performance of your employees.
These paper towels are made from 70 percent recycled content and 40 percent post-consumer material. They are also FSC and EcoLogo certified.
Remember that a clean office is a happy office. Think of others in your workplace when you see that your workspace is messy. How can it impact them? When employees work in a cleaner space, it helps to improve morale, while increasing productivity. Fostering cleaner workspaces prevents employees from catching nasty viruses. The healthier your employees are, the more productive your workplace will become. By protecting employees from illness, there will be a reduction in employee absence, and therefore, an improvement in productivity.
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