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August 2017 Clean Communications

Articles in the issue: Cleaning Tips for Back to School Tips to Keep Your Kids Healthy at School Educational Facilities & Commercial Cleaning Cleaning Tips for Back to School   Back to school means new germs, new clutter, and a new schedule. Take the necessary...
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July 2017 Clean Communications

Articles in the issue: Why Go Green? Germ Spreading Habits You’re Guilty Of Reasons to Outsource Your Janitorial Why Go Green? If you’re anything like me, you’ve always thought the smell of bleach and the notion of ‘clean’ were essentially synonymous. My mom would almost...
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Security and Risk Management

Do you know who’s in your building? And are they insured? You lock your doors, your home, and your car to protect your assets. You obtain health insurance, car insurance, business insurance, and life insurance to protect your way of life and the lives of...
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June 2017 Clean Communications

Articles in the issue: JaniTek Welcomes Two new Industry Experts Summer Cleanin’ Don’t Let Walls and Windows Go by the Wayside JaniTek Welcomes Two New Industry Experts JaniTek Cleaning solutions has added valuable expertise to the company with the addition of two new team members,...
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May 2017 Clean Communication

Articles in the issue: Make Your Lobby Stand Out JaniTek a “Plus One” Company Take Care of Your Office Floors with a Hard Floor Care Program Make Your Lobby Stand Out How Office Cleanliness Impacts Your Business A clean lobby will set the first impression...
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April 2017 Clean Communications

Articles in the issue: The Different Kinds Of Industrial Mops A Closer Look At Trash Bag Options Alternatives to Air Fresheners The Different Kinds Of Industrial Mops From busy offices to school hallways, mops are the simple and effective way to keeping floors sparkling clean....
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March 2017 Newsletter

JaniTek Newsletter – March 2017 Articles in the issue Office Spring Cleaning Green Cleaning 101 Preparing for Allergies in the Office Office Spring Cleaning If you’re like me, you probably spend a good chunk of the day in your office. Even if you don’t mind a little mess, Spring is...
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February 2017 Newsletter

  JaniTek Newsletter – February 2017 Articles in the issue                                                >> Benefits of Plants in the Office >> Why Your Cubicle Walls Need...
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January 2017 Newsletter

JaniTek Newsletter – January 2017 Articles in the issue                                                >> Benefits of Hiring Local Janitors >> Reasons You Need Entrance Mats at...
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December Newsletter

JaniTek Newsletter – December 2016 Articles in the issue                                                >> Your Janitor is Like Santa >> Your Work Refrigerator? >> Easy Tips...
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November Newsletter

JaniTek Newsletter – November 2016 Articles in the issue                                                Combating Janitorial Service Cost Inflation Tips for Cleaning Wooden Floors 4 natural &...
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August Newsletter

JaniTek Newsletter – August 2016 Articles in the issue                                                >> Green Cleaning and GS-42 Certification >> Top 10 OSHA Violations >> OSHA’s...
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Keeping Foul Odors at Bay

Sometimes the most important signs of cleanliness are those that are invisible. Even though sometimes we are not able to see the signs, we can still smell them. After all, you wouldn’t consider something to be truly clean if it had foul odors emanating from...
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OSHA’s Revised Hazard Communication Standard

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has revised its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to bring it into alignment with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The revision will provide a consistent and unified method of organizing chemicals...
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Top 10 OSHA Violations

When the most recent list of the Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations was released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) it didn’t have any drastic changes from the previous year’s list, an occurrence that shocked no...
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