Medical facilities and universities across the country are becoming more concerned about the fragrances their patrons experience. A study showed almost 19% of those surveyed reported adverse health effects from air fresheners. This study shows having fragrance and odor-free solutions for facilities is a growing need.
Newly released studies correlate the possible transmission of COVID-19 through urine. Referred to as “viral shedding,” traces of contaminated urine become aerosolized and inhaled, allowing the disease to possibly infect others in the restroom. The place this is most likely to happen is around the urinal.
The newest addition to our line of antimicrobial mats is the Multi-Purpose Mat. A premium-quality mat, designed to catch any moisture that falls to the floor in a large variety of spaces throughout a facility. It was developed based on feedback from brand reps in the field who saw many opportunities for a mat of this shape.
The rectangle-shape makes it highly versatile at catching whatever falls to the floor. One of the most effective uses currently has been below hand sanitizing stations, protecting floors from any excess solution that may fall and leave a floor stained or slippery.
We are all well aware of the challenges our world is currently facing; the need to stop the spread of germs and other substances throughout a facility is more prevalent than ever.
Your front line of defense against preventing the spread begins at your front door or any outside entrance into your facility.
WizKid Antimicrobial Runner Mats capture and stop harmful allergens, molds, and bacteria, carried into a building on the soles of footwear. Unlike standard carpet floor runners that are a breeding ground for these unwanted elements, the WizKid Antimicrobial Runner Mat is certified to kill 99% of germ microbes, slowing the spread of bacteria and stopping the development of odors.
“You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.”
We have all heard this phrase as it relates to sales presentations, first dates, job interviews, or your American Idol audition. In the case of restaurants, office buildings, retail stores, and the like that have been shuttered for the past 6-8 weeks from the Coronavirus pandemic, this statement might not necessarily be true.
We are deep into a battle against Coronavirus (COVID-19), and Building Service Contractors have taken their places on the front line to defend against its spread in the facilities they service.