Getting into a work cleaning habit is easy enough, but there are areas in the office that you may not consider. Certain corners can be overlooked, making them a playground for germs. This week, we shall discuss certain areas of the office to keep clean if you wish to keep your employees safe.
It’s common for many new or smaller businesses to take cleaning duties into their own hands. They see no reason to pay for a professional cleaning service when they can take matters into their own hands.
With the season taking a turn, your office cleaning regime is likely to change. There are many things you should consider adding to your autumn office cleaning list to help your team settle into a new, breezy routine.
The gutters around your office are there to guide rainwater from the roof to the drain. It is essential that you keep your gutters well-maintained to ensure the building’s structural integrity is kept intact. Although they are annoying, gutters play a crucial role in building management. They can be used to save rainwater, irrigate the outdoor grounds and prevent any rainwater build-up that may cause damage such as damp and leaks. Keeping your gutters free from debris will control the flow of rainwater that hits the roof of your building and send it elsewhere.
No matter what time of year it is, a cold can occur and make its way around the office at a rapid rate. Aside from ensuring your employees steer clear of the building when under the weather, there are many ways you can prevent germs from spreading in the workplace.
Look around your office. Looks clean and tidy, right? Look closer. You may think it’s sparkling, but upon close inspection, you may learn just what areas are breeding grounds for bacteria. Germs can creep around in the places you would least expect.
The majority of offices have a kitchen area in which the employees can prepare their lunches and stay hydrated and caffeinated. With so many workers making use of the space throughout the day, it is important to keep everything clean. However, this is something that is often overlooked.
Is your office fortunate enough to have a coffee machine? Do you know who is in charge of cleaning it? If it’s not you and you have never seen anyone else do it, you may discover that no one is actually doing it! A coffee machine is often as an added bonus to the office but allowing grime to build up can make it more of a burden than a treat. So, what should be done about the matter? This week, we will give you a full breakdown on how to clean the office coffee machine. By the end of this article, you will no longer have an excuse to let the grime build up as everyone will know what steps to take!
If you have been keeping your eye on the news lately, you will have seen a lot about our current environmental situation. Among these stories is the particularly scary news that Earth may be approaching the point “no return”. So, where do we begin with making positive changes? The first thing we can do is reduce our plastic waste. Now, you may already be in a good routine with your plastic waste at home, but what about the office? Could you be doing more to reduce plastic waste in your workplace? Here are some things you should consider.