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Health And Safety

Hand hygiene has never been more important. Washing hands with soap and water regularly throughout the day will reduce the risk of catching or spreading viruses. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the provision of safe water, sanitation and hygienic conditions are essential to protecting human health during all infectious disease outbreaks.
There are many reasons why a clean workplace is a great workplace. Not only does it create a safer space, improve efficiency and productivity, and boost brand identity; It also assists in the maintenance aspect of your building and product quality. All are necessary for your business to survive and grow in the demanding industry. Here are 8 elements of cleaning which need to be included in your workplace cleaning schedule.
Since the announcement of the easing of lockdown restrictions, many businesses across the UK have begun to make plans to return their workforce to their office spaces. Although restrictions are being relaxed, for many the threat of the Coronavirus still looms large.
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the need to sanitise your hands has been elevated to help stop the spread of the virus and keep people safe. By regularly sanitising your hands you kill harmful germs on your skin reducing the chance of passing on the virus to another person.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus has seen the emergence of innovative methods to help control the spread of the virus and keep employees safe as they have returned to work. One of the methods to emerge has been the use of Coronavirus Marshals. A Coronavirus Marshal has allowed businesses to enforce COVID-19 best practices across their premises instilling a safer and securer atmosphere amongst their staff and the visiting public.
What is CAFM? CAFM stands for Computer Aided Facilities Management. CAFM software solutions are designed to help plan and manage the day-to-day operations of a building or facility. The CAFM technology combines business administration, behavioural science, architecture, and engineering concepts to functionally optimise your organisation. It does this through analysing facility data and converting it into performance metrics and planning tools.
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