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Cleaning for Appearance, Cleaning for Health



As a Facilities Manager, you know about the increasing awareness of your role in ensuring that your buildings are safe and healthy for workers and visitors. You have to navigate a range of concerns, from OSHA and indoor air quality regulations, to limiting the potential for slip and fall incidents in office or manufacturing areas, to combatting the spread of germs during cold and flu season.

Chapter One of the resource guide The Dirt on Floor Care explores topics related to cleaning for health and safety. Download the guide for information on:

  • Improving indoor air quality
  • Reducing exposure to volatile compounds
  • The OSHA rule on silica dust
  • Tips to reduce the risk of slips and falls

Download the complete guide today!

Cleaning helps improve health and safety by reducing dust, chemical residues and bacteria from the surfaces we encounter every day.

Cleaning helps improve health and safety by reducing dust, chemical residues and bacteria from the surfaces we encounter every day.


Download your complete guide and learn more about cleaning for health and safety.


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