Spring cleaning gives workplaces an opportunity to deep clean every area of a premises and bring some fresh sparkle to places that may have been neglected in the dark winter months.
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By Debbie Nice, Facilities Supplies Category Director, VOW. If you want to connect with a trusted brand and deliver positive messages about your business to customers and end users, it’s worth getting on board with Fairtrade Fortnight 2018.
By Debbie Nice, Facilities Supplies Category Director, VOW: Whether it’s cleaning, catering or health and safety ranges, facilities supplies continue to be a growth area.
By Debbie Nice, Category Director, Facilities Supplies Activities such as cleaning, hand and dish washing are all innocent enough, but the products used for them are now under increased levels of scrutiny.
By Debbie Nice, Category Director, Facilities Supplies Equipping people’s desktops isn’t just about monitor, mouse and keyboard when winter is on the way.
By Debbie Nice, Category Director, Facilities Supplies It looks like the good old British cuppa won’t be disappearing from our workplaces anytime soon.
There’s a new tenner in circulation, which means any business that processes bank notes needs to make sure its equipment is able to handle it.
By Debbie Nice, Category Director, Facilities Supplies, VOW Making sure people are equipped and dressed to do their work safely and healthily should be common sense, but it’s also required by law.
By Debbie Nice, Facilities Supplies Category Director From office and factory workers to schoolchildren and healthcare professionals, when the heat is on, working or studying can be a challenge for anyone.
By Debbie Nice, Facilities Supplies Category Director Although the hygiene spotlight is most often on food businesses, keeping and handling food safely is just as important in a non-food based workplace.
Just where would workers around the country be without that caffeine powered boost at their desk or in the breakroom? With UK Coffee Week taking place from 10-16 April 2017, now is the perfect time to celebrate all things coffee.
It is known that work breaks can play a big role in boosting morale and productivity. Rather than the morning coffee or cuppa causing a drain on working time, there is evidence to show that businesses can generate better results and become more profitable when their workers take regular, high quality breaks, particularly together.
Colder temperatures, shorter days and a journey home in the dark see many workers go between home, car and workplace without seeing much daylight in the winter months. Being cooped up indoors makes our vitamin D levels drop at this time of year and also makes us much more susceptible to coughs and colds.