Maintaining a visibly clean environment is important for influencing public perceptions because cleanliness is a top concern for customers.
Cleaning professionals are under more and more pressure to perform their duties as quickly as possible.
In any number of public and commercial settings restrooms are consistently cited as one of the toughest areas for cleaning and maintenance professionals to maintain—and the No. 1 source of customer complaints.
Safety is an important topic for any organization; minimizing risks to staff and those we service is always a high priority.
While one typically goes into a hospital to get better, in some cases, a patient can leave with a very different set of problems.
In health care environments, cleanliness is crucial because it can prevent the spread of potentially deadly infections.
Last October, the United States' first Ebola patient was treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, TX.
If a facility only relied only on routine maintenance, it wouldn’t take long until health violations, lackluster carpets, and dull hard floors began to display themselves.
Daily restroom upkeep