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Healthy Employees Help the Bottom Line

When considering sanitation, the focus is often on the customer. Keeping customers safe, healthy and pleased with a product or environment is – and should be – a focus for many businesses. But the crucial elements of sanitation, health and safety policies...

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Turning Up the Heat on Food Industry Safety

For those in the foodservice industry, the safety, freshness and deliciousness of their products is always a concern. This applies to large and small-scale food manufacturers, farmers, distributors that ship around the nation, small, local restaurateurs and everyone...

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Environmental Disinfection Certification

Large scale environmental clean-up and disinfection in areas of disease concern, foodborne and other outbreaks, animal waste, and other public health hazards is in high demand across the country. Foodborne outbreaks are especially common and resulted in 16 deaths in...

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Zapping Germs Before They Become Serious Illness

Where Are Germs and “Superbugs” Found? Microbes like bacteria, fungi, viruses, and algae grow in all types of environments. They infest our world every day and form in the air, on surfaces, and on hands. Proper cleaning and sanitizing is essential to rid...

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Battling Infections in Assisted Living Facilities

More than 8.3 million Americans rely on long-term care that includes nursing homes, assisted living residences, and adult day care. These facilities play an important role caring for residents and providing medical needs. Unfortunately, these facilities are not immune...

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Sidestepping Summertime Germs

It’s easy to think of winter, with its sniffles, flus, and colds, as the germy time of the year. But summer is not without its own set of unique germs to avoid. As the days get longer and the mercury rises, consider the following aspects of sanitizing during the...

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Poor Indoor Air Quality Poses Health Risks

Indoor Air Can Make You Sick We spend nearly 90 percent of our time indoors and the air we breathe inside is up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Your health and well-being depend on good indoor air quality. Indoor spaces, especially public spaces, are...

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Athletes Going for the Gold in a World of Germs

The 2016 Summer Olympics start in less than two months. Concerns of health dangers in Rio de Janeiro have athletes contemplating risking their chances at an Olympic medal versus the risks to their own health. As, the World Health Organization (WHO) went on record to...

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UVC Sanitation Tools Tagged to Help Fight Ebola

The ultraviolet decontamination units that GermLogic utilizes to provide UVC sanitation services were recently featured by Fox News, thanks to these units’ role in the fight against Ebola. How Does UVC Sanitation Combat Ebola? The Spectra254 systems, featured in this...

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Don’t Drop the Ball on Outdoor Athletic Sanitation

When it comes to keeping athletic facilities clean, most people immediately think of common trouble spots like locker rooms and weight rooms. But there is another major area to be considered. Outdoor athletic sanitation is commonly overlooked by everyone from...

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