A Focus on Feminine Hygiene for Women’s Equality Day

August 26, 2016

Today, August 26, 2016, is Women’s Equality Day.   This national holiday commemorates the certification of the 19th amendment in 1920, which gave women the right to vote. Presently, it continues to bring attention to gender equality efforts, and organizations and activities supporting women’s rights. In the United States, there are 9.4 million firms owned by women, with 57% of the female population participating in the workforce. One of these companies…


Hygiene Tips for Your Business: Photography Studios

August 18, 2016

Photography studios are visited by people of all ages who want to have professional portraits taken to remember significant times in their lives, such as new babies, engagements, and to update a family portrait with their more grown-up children. To keep their employees and customers healthy and safe, these businesses need the right tools and products. The photography industry is a large one, with an approximate worth of 10 billion…


Get Your Facilities Ready, the Freshmen are Coming!

August 11, 2016

During the summer, colleges and universities hold multiple, mandatory orientations for incoming first-year undergraduates. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 13.2 million college freshmen entered a four-year institution in 2015. Each class size can vary from less than 2,000 to over 9,000 individuals. Thus, each session may host at least a few hundred students with approximately half of their parents attending their own separate gathering. This leaves…


Hygiene Tips for Your Business: Hair and Nail Salons

August 4, 2016

Customers enjoy visiting the salon so they can sit back and relax while professionals take care of their nails and style their hair. Many see this as a time to unwind and treat themselves to a little luxury. However, clients and employees can acquire infections and viruses from dirty tools, unwashed hands, and contaminated equipment and work surfaces. While these can be harmful and difficult to treat, they can also…