Good facilities, production and quality managers know that a methodical approach to cleaning often consumes fewer man-hours and resources. Adopting certain best practices can help make cleaning more efficient and create the best results.
Despite having a robust system to provide food safety training, education and inspections, things still go wrong?
As you make plans to implement new cleaning and disinfecting protocols and health screening procedures to meet heightened hygiene expectations from consumers and employees, you also need to think about what comes next. Once these procedures are in place, how can you make sure that everyone remains vigilant?
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The cold and flu season has arrived, and with it a multi-million-pound headache for businesses.
Placing hand sanitizer and signage in retail, grocery and foodservice common areas is a step in the right direction. But studies show it simply isn’t enough to make a real impact. Targeting “hot spots” with hand and surface hygiene protocol, is a key step toward reducing the spread of germs.
A clean workplace is good for business. Making sure that your business setting exhibits an elevated level of hygiene can lead to a happy environment for employees and increase overall productivity.
Restrooms can make or break your building’s impression overall. Having clean, well-stocked restrooms is essential to the satisfaction of your tenants and guests. Find out what might be preventing you from maintaining restroom cleanliness and what solutions Kimberly-Clark Professional can provide.
Maintaining clean surface areas at home and in your workplace are important for everyone’s hygiene and well-being. The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about hand and surface cleaning guidelines.
Dirt can sometimes hide in the most obvious places. Collaboration and teamwork are the norm in today’s modern offices, but as co-workers meet in crowded conference rooms and huddle over computers exchanging ideas, they’re also sharing something else, germs.
Office surfaces and objects that are touched by lots of people throughout the day should be cleaned and disinfected daily in order to help break the chain of germ transmission. This article explains how targeting “hot spots” with hand and surface hygiene, is a key step toward reducing the spread of germs.
Effective handwashing is a simple yet powerful measure to prevent the transmission of germs.
The world produces 141 million tonnes of plastic packaging annually, and a third of this, leaks from collection systems and pollutes the environment. 1a
When you're mulling over the factors that can influence the confidence of your customers, do you ever stop to consider the washroom?