As you know, it can take a long time from when a new or better way of doing something makes its way from the manufacturer, to the distributor, to the customer and finally into the hands of the worker who will use it. You can’t get every new thing that comes along. Nobody could afford that. But staying up with new technologies and more efficient & effective procedures is part of your job and mine. It’s how we produce a better result. This month we are taking a look at some new things in our industry so you can be aware of what’s out there and how it might benefit your operation.
See what's new in my July newsletter here.
According to a March 2012 update on the industry by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Janitors and building cleaners have one of the highest work-related injury rates. Workers may suffer cuts, bruises, and burns from machines, tools, and chemicals.”
Learn more about cleaning safety and what steps you can take to clean safely in your facility.
View the June newsletter here.
There sure is a lot that goes into the job of cleaning: chemicals, equipment, paper, tools, etc., and the know how to make it all work. Then there’s safety, productivity, quality of outcome and, of course, economics. It’s important to take care of your cleaning tools so they are ready to help you do the job properly.
Knowledge is power, so this month I am passing along tips for keeping your equipment and supplies working properly, so you get the best cleaning results and make your budget go farther.
View the May newsletter here.
The need to do more with less is happening to us all. We have more to do with fewer employees, but there are still only 24 hours in a day last time I checked. Knowing how to maximize productivity without sacrificing results is the key.