workplace safety

man feels ill while suffering sick building syndrome

Embrace Fresh Air: A Guide to Preventing Sick Building Syndrome

Welcome, dear readers, to a winter appropriate topic that may be affecting you more than you realize – the quality of the indoor air you’re breathing. Have you ever walked into a building and felt immediately uncomfortable or even ill?  Perhaps you experienced symptoms like headache, fatigue, or irritation? You might have been facing the notorious […]

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Fire alarm on a wall.

Hidden Danger: How Dusty Indoor Spaces Can Become Fire Hazards

It’s been a rough fire season for many out there. This time of year we’re all reminded of how important fire safety is, both in and out of doors. When you think of indoor fire hazards, common threats such as faulty appliances, electrical wires or gas stoves may come to mind.  However, there is a less

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A clean and organized janitorial closet

Organized Janitorial Closets for Better Facility Management

Have you looked into your company’s janitorial closet lately?  We mean really look? Was it dirty or difficult to access?  If so, that’s a problem.  After all, the cleaning staff aren’t the only ones utilizing the paper supplies or service sink.  Poorly managed custodial closets can easily become a cluttered, dysfunctional mess.  Maintaining organized janitorial closets for better facility management is one

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