Tag Archives: hygiene

Pulling Back the Curtain on Hidden Hospital Germs

Hospital curtains are supposed to safeguard a patient’s privacy; unfortunately, research shows they can also endanger patient health. Hidden in the folds of nearly nine out of ten hospital curtains you’ll find methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. The curtains tested started out uncontaminated; a control group of curtains never hung, but which were stored in [Read More…]

Restroom Satisfaction, Another Key to Great Facilities

“Restrooms are a Reflection of Building Management” Are you doing everything you can to promote Cleanliness, Hygiene, Efficiency, Sustainability and Satisfaction in your restrooms? You can take the C.H.E.S.S. test to find out! Why take the test? Consider this: according to Kimberly-Clark studies, 71% of workers believe the restroom says a lot about the building [Read More…]