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18Oct

Restaurant Managers: Here’s How to Prevent Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Kitchen

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"Slips, trips, and falls accounted for 27% of the 888,220 nonfatal work injuries that resulted in time off, in 2019, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.1 In 2018, numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show about 7,850 injuries were caused by slips, trips, and falls in restaurants.2 Most falls occur on a level surface. Loss..."

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07Oct

How to Choose the Best Cloth Napkins for Your Restaurant

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"Restaurant napkins should never be overlooked. They should be made of high-quality cloth, as the quality of napkins reflects the ambiance and appeal of your establishment. When selecting restaurant napkins in bulk, it’s important to choose carefully, with one of the primary factors being the casual or formal environment of your restaurant. One of the main considerations is color—white napkins..."

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25Sep

How to Properly Clean Commercial Tile Floors

Cleanroom, Uniforms and Apparel

"Durable and aesthetic, ceramic tile is often used for commercial flooring. The quality of a tile floor does not have an expiration date, especially with proper care. It is generally low maintenance compared to other types of flooring. However, without regular care, the surface will become dull and break down while conditions may become unsanitary. Below, we’ll look at the..."

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18Sep

5 Methods for Preventing and Eliminating Commercial Bathroom Smells

Cleanroom, Facility

"No customer is impressed by foul bathroom odors. Restaurant patrons who experience bad smells in a restroom may not come back. Even worse, they will tell friends and family about it. Studies have found that 50% of people with a negative bathroom experience will tell (and/or even post about it on social media), while about 3 in 10 said they’d..."

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07Sep

Anatomy of a Cleanroom Suit

Cleanroom

"Cleanrooms are widely used in the biotech, microelectronics, and life sciences sectors, as well as certain other industries that need to manufacture or process sensitive materials in a way that minimizes exposure to harmful airborne contaminants. These specialized environments are commonly classified according to the guidelines of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). There are nine distinct classes, from ISO..."

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