Manufacturing employees, especially those who work on the line, have a high risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus simply due to the nature of the job. Firstly, the distance between workers on assembly and production lines is often minimal.
Cost-effective, compressed air-powered system sprays cleaners and disinfectants
June 9, 2020
Guardair Corporation, the largest domestic manufacturer of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliant safety air guns and pneumatic accessories, has developed an innovative product to spray cleaning solutions and disinfectants onto workplace surfaces to keep employees safe from infection.
Whether businesses and facilities are preparing to reopen after the COVID-19 shutdowns, or they are performing ongoing efforts to keep their space as clean and sanitized as possible, Goodway Technologies is offering some tips to keep surfaces and the indoor environment safer and cleaner for its occupants. Goodway, which manufactures specialized cleaning and sanitation equipment, has been implementing these steps as they continue to produce solutions for the wide array of industries seeking solutions to keep their employees, customers, and any building occupants safe and healthy.
In the UK, locked-down families across the country have spent the last few Thursday evenings on their doorsteps, clapping loudly. This applause is a rousing show of solidarity and support for the NHS and the many doctors, nurses and support staff that are risking their lives during the coronavirus outbreak. But what about cleaners?
Respirators, safety glasses, and other PPE become ineffective when they are soiled with smudges, grease and grime. Now you can conveniently and economically wipe away grease and grime with Radians’ new respirator wipes and lens cleaning towelettes which are made in the USA.
July 13, 2013 was designated as “Embrace Your Geekness” Day. Geek is now chic. But what does this mean for cleaning professionals? Embrace Your Geekness Day could be a great time to acknowledge that you may have more cleaning geekiness in you than you realize.
Occupational asthma underrecognized, says study author
March 4, 2013
A new study indicates there is a strong link between professional cleaning and the risk of developing asthma. Researchers at the Imperial College London have tracked the occurrence of asthma in a group of nearly 9,500 people born in Britain in 1958.
In mid-January, in a press conference in front of Target Corporation headquarters in downtown Minneapolis, over two dozen employees of retail cleaning companies that clean Target stores in the Twin Cities metro area announced OSHA complaints that were filed January 17th. The complaints allege that workers, who are employees of the cleaning contractors, are locked in the Target stores and must find a manager to unlock doors if there is a need to exit the building.
Among the articles in the June 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we offer a detailed analysis of different types of face masks, discuss long-term solutions for businesses figuring out their COVID-19 response plans, focus on hand protection, and much more.