Office Buildings Hygiene Guide

As businesses prepare to go back into the office, Kimberly-Clark Professional is here to help tenants and those who manage buildings develop strategies for the new levels of hygiene impacting your entire facility.
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Creating Cleaner, More Hygienic Workspaces

As offices reopen, and employees and tenants begin to share spaces and equipment, here are some simple solutions to help reduce the spread of germs facility-wide.

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Be open to new ways of working.¹

Consult with your manager about whether it make sense for you to continue to collaborate remotely or adopt flex work. When you are in the building, be mindful of the safety of others.

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Limited the number of people you interact with.

Take advantage of technology. When in-person meetings are required, put empty chairs between people and limit the number of people to 10.

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Adjust to the new social norms.

Consider adopting a handshake-free greeting and continue to maintain a distance of six feet when you interact with others.

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If you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing or other symptoms, stay home and seek medical advice.²

Do not come into the building.

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Try to avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes.³

If you have to, wash your hands before or after doing so.4

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Don’t share devices.5

This includes keyboards, computer mice, headsets and other equipment.

Products to Help You Plan, Prepare and Protect

Kimberly-Clark Professional offers a full range of products, including touchless dispensers, designed to help tenants and facility managers reduce cross-contamination and maximize hygiene compliance throughout your office building.

Chat with Our Experts

Complete the form below, and a Kimberly-Clark Professional Hygiene Consultant will contact you within two business days to help you get started on identifying critical areas for upgrades, and the right germ-fighting solutions for your facility.

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