If you run a commercial facility, you need to be dedicating money toward professional office cleaning services. You might not think of an office as being a particularly dirty place — not in the same sense a medical facility or gym might be, for example — but having that many people in an enclosed area can lead to a severe buildup of both dirt and germs. It’s no wonder that nearly 100% of workers say they’re worried about catching a virus at work. You can’t count on workers to regularly clean their own areas, either; nearly a third of participants in one survey said they thought their keybo
What happens to your and your employees’ workflow when the phone rings and the call is totally irrelevant? It throws off your groove, meaning you can lose more productivity than you would expect based on t
When the Greco-Romans built roads, do you think they ever would have imagined how central they have become to modern society? Streets get us to our destinations safely and effectively, but they require maintenance to ensure their continued effectiveness. Commercial power sweeping services, or street sweepers help to make roads more attractive and cared for.
The first street sweeping machine was patented in 1849 by the American inventor C.S. Bishop in 1849. It was a large device with rotating bristles that attached to a horse and buggy to help with trash clean up. Today, modern street sweepers are mounted on trucks
The volunteers had no idea what they had gotten themselves into. What started out as a relaxed morning checking volunteers in and out of the U.S. swim trials became a desperate rush to to remove labels from thousands of donated bottles of water. The check-in volunteers had the low person on the totem pole job, they were the only volunteers who never had a chance to go any where near the competition or warm-up pool areas. Their one job was to correctly check off the volunteers and make sure that everyone who worked received the correct number of meal vouchers for the sessions they worked. Pretty simple and pretty boring. Boring until someone on the floor between the two pools realized that the last 100 pallets of donated water had the wrong kind of shrink sleeve packaging. No one thought to check