Last Updated JANUARY 2024

You can lend a helping hand

How to elevate healthcare cleanliness in high-traffic public areas by empowering your EVS teams.

Setting cleaners up for success

Maximizing efficiency and effectiveness

Delivering consistent, reliable performance

Using less effective cleaning products and solutions can drive labor inefficiencies, such as wasted time, motion and energy, for cleaning teams—making their jobs even more difficult and potentially affecting their morale.

Implementing the right hygiene and cleaning solutions​

Purchasing teams are responsible for selecting the right environmental cleaning products and cleaning teams must effectively implement these solutions.

Good decision making is always the intent, but some choices can produce unintended consequences, such as wasteful spending and ineffective results.

Better solutions, better hygiene​​​

Making better decisions about hygiene in high-traffic public areas not only benefits your healthcare facility, it lends a helping hand to cleaning teams by supporting their efforts to achieve the required level of cleanliness.

Learn more about the right environmental hygiene solutions for high-traffic public areas within your healthcare facility.

See the effects of high-traffic healthcare hygiene solutions.

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