In any commercial workplace, the floors are the first part of the building that is
abused due to the amount of people that are walking in and out and around
trying to get their job done. Think of all the shoes that scratches the surface
of the floor each day. The floor is bound to get damaged no matter how long
lasting and strong your floor is. Scratches sand marks will appear and the
shiny finish of your floor will begin to disappear.
Even if you have janitors to clean the floors in your workplace, they will only be
able to clean the surface of the floor. But unfortunately, they won’t be able
make your floors as nice as they use to be. Part of the maintenance of your
business establishment is to keep your floors as brand new looking possible.
Your office space will not be in its best appearance if the floors are dirty and
have dirt and filth spots all over. Your floors should be clean and new-looking
to impress the clients that walk through your doors.
At the hight of cold and flu season, many Americans may want to avoid caughing and sneezing co-workers by hide at their desks. But health experts say that could be the very place that makes them sick.
The typical worker’s desk has hundreds of times more bacteria per square inch than an office toilet seat. If that’s not disturbing enough, desks, phones and other private surfaces are also prime habitats for the viruses that cause colds and flu.
Office toilet seats had 49 germs per square inch, he found. But desktops had almost 21,000 germs per square inch. Phones were worse — more than 25,000 germs per square inch.
Desks, phones, computer keyboards and mice are key germ transfer points because people touch them so often.
Your Barrington Office may be a breeding ground for virus and bacteria.
Have you ever come in to work sick or washed your hands for less than the recommended two minutes?
Well, this is probably true for your colleagues as well.
What is the verdict?
You’re office many not be as clean as you’d like it to be.