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Avoid Putting the Cart Before the Horse: Cleaning Professionals as Prevention Doctors

Allen Rathey
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The goal of facility cleaning should be to "Treat the Whole Patient" by striving to make the entire indoor environment clean and healthy as a Standard Operating Procedure.


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Avoid Putting The Cart Before The Horse

The right way to use chemical cleaners and disinfectants.
Allen Rathey
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Using “cleaning” chemicals without carefully following directions is putting the cart before the horse, because chemicals used improperly can’t do the intended job.


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Putting the Cart Before the Horse - Sustainability & Health

Or why “Cleaning for People” (CFP) matters
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A prime purpose in cleaning inside built environments is to “keep on” doing it without harm to People, the third "P."


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Putting the Cart Before the Horse - Sustainability – Part 1

Allen Rathey
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Part of sustainability is limiting or controlling the consumption of finite resources, notably petroleum.
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Horse And Cart - Clean For Health First And Appearance Follows

Allen Rathey
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When you prevent or remove micro-contaminants or pollutants to protect health, you address the real problem.
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Cleaning For Health – The Hiring And Training Solution

Allen Rathey
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Assuming you have attracted and hired the right people, it is vital to train them well.
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Cleaning For Appearance Is The Problem

A treatise against the superficial nature of perceived cleanliness.
Allen Rathey
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Our society’s love affair with cleaning based primarily on “surface” or “superficial” aspects might lead to short-term, unhappy and even “cheap” relationships between cleaners and customers.


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A Manifesto For Cleaning Industry Wisdom

It is time to stop putting the proverbial cart before the horse if we are to consistently achieve healthy cleaning outcomes.
Allen Rathey
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Why is it that we focus on cleaning for appearance — how things look and smell — and then complain that our industry and profession gets no respect?


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