Items Tagged with 'floorcare'
What we are witnessing in recent years is that managers are eliminating the practice of stripping and refinishing floors.
If you were unable to attend the live webcast of Improving Hard Floor Care Programs, it is now available for download and to view.
Tools, task lists, time studies and schedules are all important parts of a successful summer cleaning program.
A facility's infection prevention plan should include consistent cleaning and disinfecting schedules and clearly outline staff responsibilities.
Our April issue offers a number of real-world floorcare tips for both facility managers and building service contractors.
Some healthcare and long-term care facilities are re-evaluating their hiring procedures, and for building service contractors (BSCs) this could be a great opportunity.
Proper floorcare covers a lot of ground — both figuratively and literally — and it is an increasingly important process for a number of reasons.
Despite being a top priority, reducing bioburden in the restroom is a tough job in an already challenging environment.
While Green cleaning chemicals are now available for most all cleaning tasks, manufacturers are still making conventional cleaning chemicals. And, there is a reason for this.
Before autoscrubbers, floors in airports, train stations and other large facilities were dust mopped and then cleaned using mops and buckets