Wednesday, April 27, 2016
If you are running a preschool, keeping your classrooms clean and clutter-free is essential. Not only will you be keeping the children safe from physical harm or health problems, but you will also be promoting proper values and behavior. What can these small children learn from a clean classroom? A clean classroom promotes cheerfulness. Entering a clean and fragrant classroom will immediately brighten children’s days. They will feel upbeat, relaxed, and ready to tackle the day. Your young students will absorb the classroom’s positive vibe. A dirty and topsy-turvy classroom, however, is an eyesore and may make your students feel uptight, irritable and confused about where to look for what. With the help of some floor cleaning products, you can bring back the shine in your classroom and the smile in your young wards’ faces.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
When your employees experience certain health issues every day after working their regular shifts, they may be suffering from Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). SBS refers to a broad range of symptoms that are associated with a specific building or indoor space, such as offices, schools or apartments. These symptoms may include respiratory problems, skin rashes, itchy eyes, odor sensitivity, unexplained fatigue, or body aches and pains. The symptoms appear unrelated at first, but when many of your employees experience them, and they occur only after people are in the office or building, symptoms point strongly to SBS.