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  • Getting Back To Work: Keeping Your Office Safe

    Getting Back To Work:  Keeping Your Office Safe

    As rates of COVID-19 infection gradually decline and some parts of the world are cautiously emerging from the pandemic, the main question on everyone’s mind is what does the new normal look like?



  • EPIDEMIOLOGY: THE BASIC SCIENCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    EPIDEMIOLOGY: THE BASIC SCIENCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    Lately, people may have heard references to the term epidemiology.  So, what exactly is that?  According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, epidemiology is “a branch of medical science that deals with the incidence, distribution, and control of disease in a population”.  While doctors and clinicians deal with the effects of disease within a single person, i.e. they work one-on-one with patients to diagnose problems and determine what can be done to make them healthier, epidemiologists are concerned with how diseases affect society as a whole.



  • Office Disinfection: How To Prepare

    Office Disinfection: How To Prepare

    Keeping your office clean, safe and healthy is important at any time, but during the COVID-19 pandemic it is crucial. Professional commercial cleaning staff can properly clean and disinfect your workplace, but they need to be able to work in an uncluttered environment to produce optimal sanitary results. This means desktops and work areas must be cleared of papers and objects prior to cleaning, so that all areas can be accessed for full-scale, professional sanitization.



  • Cleaning, Disinfecting, Sanitizing, Sterilizing. Know the Difference.

    Cleaning, Disinfecting, Sanitizing, Sterilizing. Know the Difference.

    As our world is changing in so many ways to adapt to the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic, our knowledge and understanding of the language used to communicate about professional cleaning requires clarification and definition.



  • Preventing the Spread of Infection in the Workplace

    Preventing the Spread of Infection in the Workplace

    While businesses slowly begin to re-open, the threat of the COVID-19 virus still remains.  People walking the aisles in a supermarket or visiting a pharmacy may carry and spread pathogens completely unknowingly.  As such, it is still important to take precautionary measures against possible contraction and spread of this virus.



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