Clean Has No Scent

April 8th, 2019|

One of the newest issues to confront a building manager is the one of using scent in cleaning products or to use fragrances to “freshen” specific rooms such as washrooms, lobbies, cafeterias and general [...]

ECOLOGO Certification – What’s the Point?

April 5th, 2019|

When it comes how ingredients are listed the labels of cleaning products, there’s no universal “green law” or regulation in Canada that manufacturers must comply with. That means it’s up to cleaning services contractors [...]

Kitchen sponges: crawling with bacteria!

March 29th, 2019|

Sponges are widely used in kitchens because they make tasks like washing dishes and cleaning countertops easy. But what’s supposed to be an ally in good hygiene can actually become a serious health risk [...]

How to Avoid Cross-Contamination during the Holidays

December 19th, 2017|

Meals take up a big place at most end-of-year festivities. With feasts being the centrepiece of our holiday celebrations, it’s important to consider (even though it may put a slight damper on your festive [...]

4 Steps for Preventing the Flu at Work

November 22nd, 2017|

Approximately one-third of all unplanned absences at work are due to illness. Here are 4 simple, low-cost tips for keeping employees healthy and reducing absenteeism during cold and flu season.Approximately one-third of all unplanned [...]

How to clean and desinfect a therapeutic bath ?

September 28th, 2017|

Recommanded products For Hydrotherapy, tub cleaning and desinfecting, is the 0,5% hydrogen peroxide based Saber desinfectant. Purging and disinfectinf requires 1:16 dilution (64 ml /L) Sanitizing requires 1-128 dilution (8 ml /L) Saber has both [...]

You have been flooded, now what ?

September 28th, 2017|

Cleaning up after a flood can be a very tricky task. You want to preserve as much of your building and belongings as possible but you do not want to compromise your health. Contact [...]

How does influenza spread?

September 28th, 2017|

This virus is spread primarily from one person to another via the airborne route of transmission. When a person with Influenza is coughing and sneezing they are expelling tiny droplets into the air which [...]