How To Keep Germs From Spreading In Your Workplace

Germs can be spread through your workplace in a variety of ways and can live on surfaces from minutes to hours. Germs can easily spread from someone coughing, not washing hands, blowing your nose, sneezing, and coming into work while feeling sick. It is important to keep your workplace clean and healthy for the safety of yourself, your employees, and the customers. How exactly do you keep your workplace clean? There are many methods to use from traditional soap and water to using cleaning chemicals. However, you need to take into consideration the size of your facility, average foot traffic, interactions between employees and customers, etc. 

Quick Tips for a clean workplace: 

  • Use color-coded cloths to avoid cross-contamination
  • Regularly disinfect door handles, light switches, desks, etc 
  • Use eco-friendly cleaning products for healthy indoor air quality
  • Have hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility

Should I Clean Myself or Hire Professionals? 

 As mentioned above there are many factors that need to be considered when having to clean your facility properly. We understand that you have a business to run on top of worrying about your employees’ and customers’ safety. Which is why Stratus Building Solutions is willing to take that extra task off your list and create a clean and healthy environment when our franchisees provide our customized, expert commercial cleaning services.

Stratus franchisees are trained professionals who know how to properly reduce the spread of germs. Using Green Seal Certified products that contain non-toxins and low VOCs, creating a healthy indoor air quality for immediate use after cleaning. Proudly providing janitorial services to over 10,000 businesses in 2020 alone. 

How Do I Contact a Stratus? 

Simply visit the Stratus Building Solutions website to find the location near you! Once you have found the nearest location to you, simply fill out the contact form and receive a free quote for cleaning needs. 

 

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