Management of holding times is imperative for food safety. But, in a high-volume, busy food production area, safe holding in the kitchen can be difficult to control.
On our blog, we’ve discussed before the dangers of chronic absenteeism in schools. Poorly cleaned areas can be one cause, but another unexpected reason may also be involved: a lack of clean clothes.
All of us want to evade any potential infections. At restaurants, there is often a risk of exposure. One needs to be aware of that risk and learn how to avoid it.
School closings due to illness are becoming an issue that many states are facing. Mountain View Elementary School in northern Tennessee (about 40 miles south of the Virginia/Tennessee border) had to close earlier this year due to illness. Here’s a real world story of how to tackle a problem.
How clean a school is can have an impact on student success. Lack of a properly cleaned environment can lead to illness, chronic absenteeism and students falling behind their peers. It’s more than just a common belief. There are many years of scientific research to back this theory up.
Hand washing is a simple and easy way to reduce germs, but it doesn’t happen as often as you would expect. So, how can you inspire more people to improve their rates of hand-washing?
A recent report in the trade publication Becker’s Hospital Review relays a disturbing story that mold found in laundry was linked to illness, even death.
Cleaning your facility is no easy task. Spills, dirt and mold must all be handled right away, regardless of your industry. You may be used to cleaning with rags. After all, they are cheap and do the trick, right? Wrong!
P&G Professional’s consumer survey revealed that 89 percent of respondents equate soft, bright whites to cleanliness. When linens are perceived as dingy, guests will often complain and it may impact their interest in becoming a repeat customer, so keep your linens clean and bright for maximum guest satisfaction.
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