For a lot of people, the presence of proper sanitary bins and waste disposal facilities can be a much deeper issue – one of equality and reflecting important social issues.
Even with spring looking like a positive time for businesses regarding Covid restrictions and case numbers and the summer potentially even better, this is still not a time to be complacent regarding our workplace hygiene.
Cycles can change over long periods of time as well as over the course of just a few weeks depending on your life circumstances and as such, it is always helpful to be aware as to what can cause these fluctuations.
Facilities management is essential to any business, whether it’s hygiene services or sanitary bins.
Even before we were hit with the reality of how quickly viruses can spread in the form of a global pandemic, it’s always been the case that poor hand hygiene has many health repercussions. Not only does it help spread disease, but it can also have negative effects on our own bodies, resulting in unpleasant issues such as stomach problems or vomiting.
Whether you are a disposable disciple or a reusable devotee, or enjoy a mixture of both, the most important thing to take into consideration is that it works for you and your family.
It’s difficult to know what the long term effects of COVID will be on brand loyalty and brand trust, but as it stands now, the evidence supporting brand trust as a major factor in consumer decision making is overwhelming.
Periods can be a real hindrance for so many people, but is this an experience we should be eliminating?
Still such an underappreciated facility, washroom facilities of any kind are often the first to be neglected and passed over and this can cause significant problems not only for your staff, but for your company as a whole.
after a few months, women around the world have been reporting unusual changes to their menstrual cycle and the way in which they are dealing with their periods.