Let’s be honest, when it comes to websites and writing blogs, it’s difficult to find fresh new content which appeals to the reader and gives them something informative, useful and maybe even entertaining. It’s a difficult thing, especially when it comes to businesses in a sector which covers hygiene, like ours. We can talk about germs and maybe dabble with a little toilet humour, but what can we learn from this particular post today?
Well, it’s that time of year again. 2019 has almost come to an end and the festive lead up is in full swing. It’s been a busy year here at Flush and we wish all of our customers a Happy Christmas and Prosperous New year.
All Organisations and businesses, regardless of the number of employees, are required by law to provide suitable sanitary waste disposal facilities. It is imperative that Sanitary Waste Products are correctly managed to the point of disposal and sanitary waste legislations help to ensure feminine sanitary waste disposal units are always available. All toilet cubicles likely to be used by females, including disabled and unisex, should provide a sanitary disposal facility.
Every business needs to have a washroom that is kept clean and properly maintained. For large businesses with more staff and washrooms, it makes sense to hire an external hygiene company to take care of that maintenance and cleaning work on a full-time basis. For very small businesses, it can either be done by people in-house but is it the most cost-effective solution?
Washing hands is something we should all do, but some do it more than others. Some don’t do it often enough and in the workplace, all it takes is one person to contaminate surfaces and spread illness. For this reason it is essential to make sure your washrooms are not only clean, well stocked but signage is put in place to remind people.