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The Right Mat for the Job

05 October 2020
Anonymous
The Right Mat for the Job

Floor matting is an important, though generally unnoticed, component of countless working environments—from factories to kitchens to corner offices, matting is one of the few common threads.

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Cleaning Plexiglass Barriers in Schools

03 August 2020
Anonymous
Cleaning Plexiglass Barriers in Schools

Acrylic barriers will be prominent in school buildings this fall, but keeping them clean requires some special knowledge and attention.

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Restaurant Safety

07 July 2020
Anonymous
Restaurant Safety

Sanitation is often (and erroneously) treated as a secondary concern in restaurants. While it’s true that serving poor-tasting food will eventually cause a restaurant to fail, serving unsanitary meals (or serving in an unsanitary environment) transforms “eventually” into “immediately”.

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Flu Season Guide

29 May 2020
Anonymous
Flu Season Guide

This year’s flu season is beginning to taper off, but experts are advising that public health and sanitation professionals stick to recommended cleaning/disinfecting practices through the end of April.

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Social Distancing in the Post-Quarantine World

30 April 2020
Anonymous
Social Distancing in the Post-Quarantine World

While limiting the total number of people allowed in a space is an excellent starting point, we are not culturally accustomed to staying far away from one another in public places.

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