A large commercial space, in general, can be very challenging to keep clean due to the volume of people going in and out daily. The floor receives the most amount of battering and is likely to wear more easily than the walls or the ceiling. That being said, commercial floor care is one of the most important tasks at hand when trying to maintain a place of work or business.
Floor sweeping and scrubbing both seem to be easy cleaning tasks to do. However, sweeping and scrubbing a large floor area, such as in malls or warehouses, can be very difficult, especially if your cleaners only use manual cleaning tools (e.g. brooms, mops). Not only will doing so exhaust them, it may also not be as effective as using industrial floor cleaning machines.
Meet the Industrial Floor Sweeper
An industrial floor sweeper is a machine that can do what a regular broom does; it just does a better job. There are two common types: the walk-behind and the ride-on. These machines are made for sweeping both small and large floor areas and are, therefore, ideal for commercial space cleaning. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2rnDkjp
It’s springtime once again, which means more and more people are likely to drop by shopping complexes thanks to the fairer weather. Naturally, retail stores, restaurants, and shopping complex owners are all excited in the potential uptick in business the new season brings.
Of course, the new season also promotes the need for shopping complexes to do a little more than their fair share of spring cleaning in anticipation of bigger crowds. Although a conventional mop can get the job done, it may not be the best way to go about cleaning your complex. In such cases, using industrial floor cleaning machines may be the prudent choice. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2npe9rR
If you own commercial space, then you will know how important health and safety is, both from a legal standpoint and a cost point of view. Having poor health and safety standards can have a big knock on effect in your business, such as higher sickness rates, work related injuries and low staff retention. By investing in quality industrial floor cleaning machines, you can make your workplace safer for your employees and reduce the costs involved with regular cleaning.
The accumulation of debris and trash on your floors will lead to an increase in potential tripping hazards for your staff. Without a proper plan in place to reduce debris buildup, you can find yourself liable for any injuries that your employees sustain if they fall or trip over it. While you can have people sweep the floors manually, it is a very time consuming task that would likely require a dedicated employee or more depending on the size of your workspace. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2klSS4a
Does your staff spend hours cleaning the floor manually to comply with health and safety regulations? You are far better off introducing an automated floor sweeper to your cleaning routine.
The Hazards of Floor Debris
Many businesses deal with dirt and debris on a daily basis. Artisans may leave excess materials on the ground, construction workers often leave sawdust, shards or plastic around their feet, while stock warehouses or grocers may leave spills in their aisles. Requiring staff to go around cleaning up after all that takes up precious time that may be better spent elsewhere. Continue reading
From harsh cleaners to power consumption issues, it doesn’t take much for your company’s carbon footprint to increase and spiral out of control. Here is a look at a few tips that will help you keep your company as green as possible in the coming years.
Study Your Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
An MSDS will give you all the information you need to know about any cleaning materials or chemicals you plan on using. These data sheets should be thoroughly studied by you and all of your employees before you adopt any new products into your cleaning routine. Continue reading
There are many reasons to keep an industrial floor clean. Safety is first and foremost. Workers, contractors, suppliers and customers will all be walking on the floor from time to time. The last thing you want is for one of them to slip, fall and suffer an injury. If it happens to an employee, you have lost a valuable asset. If the person was a customer, the process of building a good customer relationship just became a bit more difficult. Continue reading