National Cleaning Week is happening this week – March 28th – April 3rd, 2021. It is a week to recognize frontline cleaning professionals and celebrate the value of cleanliness. It is also a chance to provide essential workers with growth and learning opportunities.
Educating the Public
This is especially important this year, as the world continues to learn how to fight a global pandemic. Cleanliness has become a new focus for many. And this week is a chance for the worldwide cleaning industry association, ISSA, to educate the public and workers about the latest products, services and expertise.
This week celebrates the people working behind the scenes to create a safe environment for the public. ISSA research shows that regular, proper cleaning has a positive impact on public health, building environments and the economy. In fact, ISSA believes that the profit of a clean business far outweighs the cost, that it is an essential investment to improve health and a company’s bottom line.
The Impact of Being Clean
In the United States,each employee takes an average of 7.7 sick days per year because of the spread of illness. This has a cost to companies: decreases in revenue, productivity and sales. Cleaning and disinfecting workplaces can have a huge positive impact on productivity, prevent transmission of infectious disease and protect employees and customers. They also give people a good impression of your business. So, even modest investments in cleaning and disinfection programs can improve the bottom line.
System4 Washington D.C. – Celebrating National Cleaning Week
System4 Facility Services Management, an industry leader in commercial cleaning and disinfecting. We celebrate the value of high cleaning standards, specially recognized during National Cleaning Week! And we recognize the hard work of frontline commercial cleaning professionals. We especially appreciate the vast network of vetted, experienced service providers that work directly with System4, keeping businesses around the state of Georgia clean and disinfected.