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  • Preparing for the Post-COVID Landscape

    more important, with many clients already looking to address their longer-term requirements when the COVID

  • Staff Shortage Crisis Looms in the Cleaning Industry as Winter Flu and COVID-19 Cases Surge

    With winter flu and a potential surge in COVID-19 cases on the horizon, the BCC fears that the lack of Security Agency has already raised concerns about the combined impact of widespread flu and the ongoing COVID natural immunity due to reduced exposure to flu over the last few years, coupled with the emergence of COVID As winter approaches and the threat of flu and COVID-19 looms, the cleaning industry faces an impending

  • Communicating Cleaning Routines

    words you choose—while it’s okay to say that you’re taking extra care to disinfect your space due to COVID -19, you can’t make unsubstantiated claims, like calling your space “COVID-free.” According to PHE, it’s possible for someone to contract COVID-19 by touching a contaminated surface—like In the meantime, please visit the GOV.UK website for more information on COVID-19—and be sure to review

  • PRIME MINISTER BORIS JOHNSON VISITS THE RUTHERFORD DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE SOMERSET IN TAUNTON

    During the visit, Boris Johnson said he was focused on clearing medical backlogs aggravated by the Covid said: “I am focused on what I think is the number one issue for British people and it is clearing the Covid

  • Helping Your Business Get Back to Work

    According to PHE, it’s possible for someone to contract COVID-19 by touching a contaminated surface—like know cleaning an area with normal household disinfectant after someone with suspected coronavirus (COVID has been heavily contaminated, such as with visible bodily fluids, from a person with coronavirus (COVID setting the time since the individual was last in the setting The infection risk from coronavirus (COVID

  • Our Commitment to You

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a significant effect on how people go about their daily lives and how The COVID-19 pandemic is a significant challenge but together, we are rising to it and will undoubtedly you Our senior management team has been busy assessing and mitigating the risks associated with the COVID While the circumstances around the COVID-19 outbreak are constantly changing, our resolve and commitment If you have any concerns about COVID-19 and how WORKPLACE is working to lessen its effects, please don

  • Our commitment to you

    Our senior management team has been busy assessing and mitigating the risks associated with the COVID While the circumstances around the COVID-19 outbreak are constantly changing, our resolve and commitment regular communication, provide the latest advice and remain vigilant and agile in our response to the COVID If you have any concerns about COVID-19 and how WORKPLACE is working to lessen its effects, please don

  • The Future of Cleaning Practices: Trends Shaping Sustainability and Efficiency in 2022

    Supply chain disruptions had a significant impact on businesses in 2021, surpassing the effects of the COVID Prioritising Staff Well-being and Efficiency: The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of

  • Protecting our employees’ health

    more important, with many clients already looking to address their longer-term requirements when the COVID seen outstanding examples of creativity from our people as they support clients in the fight against COVID

  • Escalation of Cleaning Procedures

    The chemicals used have not and cannot be tested to confirm if they kill COVID-19; and if they did, they Until the COVID-19 strain is clearly identified our chemicals will only help kill off Norovirus, MRSA

  • Business Cards Become Sustainable

    away and the use of paper cards as an initial method for exchanging details has dropped from 41% pre-COVID

  • WORKPLACE is celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week

    theme of loneliness will strike a chord with many of us who felt lonely and struggled throughout the Covid

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