Cleanlink News | 12/10/2015 Survey Identifies Infection Hot Spots And Prevention Tips As the flu season ramps up, this is the perfect time to remember common cleaning practices, in addition to vaccinations that are effective in preventing the spread of influenza and the common cold, such as disinfecting shared surfaces.A recent survey from […]
Surprise! Budget calls for 80% hike in OSHA fines next year October 29, 2015 By Cathy Puleo Leave a Comment Outgoing GOP house speaker John Boehner’s final peace offering – negotiating a compromised budget deal that would extend the debt limit and boost spending – took labor officials by surprise after finding that the agreement […]
The second part of this three-part article looks at floor care equipment and battery upkeep. Autoscrubber and buffers come with a big price tag. They can run anywhere from $4,000 to $10,000, so it’s critical to think about preventative maintenance. A little maintenance goes a long way, and saves a lot of dollars. “Make sure […]
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Although the current program is working great, the district does reassess their products frequently. New floor machines are considered every five years or so. “It’s not green or cost effective to throw away equipment because something new comes out on the market,” says Odell, adding that they do a lot of in-house repairs and maintenance […]
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This is the second part of a three-part article on the use of orbital equipment. It takes between 15 and 20 hours of practice to become proficient with an orbital machines, says Rager. At Coverall, the first hands-on class for BSCs is five to six hours and then they return for an additional class of […]
This is the first part of a three-part article on the use of orbital equipment. Floor cleaning has come a long way. One commercial cleaning veteran remembers when people stripped and finished floors on their hands and knees using steel wool and ammonia. Decades later, the technique has evolved to the use of orbital […]