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natural disaster cleanup

Natural disasters do not occur in just one part of the country, and they can happen all year round. While we cannot prevent natural disasters from happening in our communities, we can make sure that we are as prepared as possible to deal with them before, during, and after their occurrence. One of the most important steps is to have a plan in place for how you will deal with natural disaster cleanup. If you own a commercial building, you will want to get back to working order as quickly as possible. In order for that to happen, you need […]

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emergency action plan

No matter what kind of facility, business, or building you run, an emergency action plan is absolutely necessary for a variety of reasons. OSHA requires emergency action plans, your insurance requires emergency action plans, and anyone who is working for you, staying in your facility, or even visiting your facility expects there to be an emergency action plan in case something unexpected happens in or near the building. There are a number of guidelines, organizations, and other resources to assist businesses in a wide array of industries, regardless of their location, create their emergency action plan. It can be overwhelming […]

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Post-Flood Office Building Cleaning

After the recent devastating hurricanes dumped many inches of water in Texas and Florida, thousands of businesses are faced with the prospect of post-flood office building cleaning. Where do they begin? How do you clean your building after it has been ravaged by floodwaters? Here are some tips to facilitate any business’s post-flood office building cleaning. Tip #1: Take Precaution Before Undertaking Post-Flood Office Building Cleaning If your building has been completely submerged or if it’s had rushing water running through it, it’s possible that the building’s structural integrity could be compromised. ┬áIf you fear that the building’s been damaged, […]

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Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls injure more than a million Americans every year, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Center for Disease Control. These types of accidents account for an average of 11 days of lost work and 15 to 17 percent of all workers’ compensation expenditures. Most of these injuries are entirely preventable if facility managers and property owners take a proactive stance on safety. What Causes Slips, Trips and Falls in a Commercial Office Building or Other Facility? A slip or trip does not always end in a fall, but when it […]

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Coefficient of Friction measures floor safety

Seventy billion dollars is the average amount paid out in compensation and medical costs as a result of slip and fall accidents within the U.S.; and 55 percent of all of these accidents are caused by unsafe or unclean floors. Measuring the coefficient of friction on your hard surface floors is a step you can take to monitor slip resistance. With this information, you can work with your floor maintenance contractor to ensure a safe floor surface for customers and employees. Preventing Slip/Fall Accidents Building owners and managers know the importance of safety in their buildings and the cost implications […]

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