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Slips, Trips and Falls – Good Housekeeping Lowers Your Claims Liability Costs

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Maintaining a safe environment at your facility is an essential element of any risk management strategy.  Slips, trips and falls are among the most common and costly workplace accidents across all industries, accounting for 35% of incidents and 65% of lost work days1.

According to the Canadian Universities Reciprocal Insurance …

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The Value of Clean – Cleanliness Earns Money

Cleaning could save the Canadian Economy $7.6 Billion a year.

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Over the last 8 blog posts we have highlighted the advantages and economic benefits of a comprehensive cleaning program. It is clear that cleaning has a real and measurable value to business and will ultimately improve your bottom line and actually make you money.

A cleaning program generates revenue by:

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The Value of Clean – Customers Prefer Clean

94% of customers will not return if they encounter a dirty bathroom

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Whether we like it or not, we are all being judged on our appearance everyday, and whether we admit it or not we are judging others on their appearance as well. The same can be said for businesses and facilities. People make judgements about a business based on appearance. First …

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The Value of Clean – The Value of Flu Prevention

Cleaning reduces the probability of catching the flu by 80%

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Many people consider the flu to be a minor illness but it is a serious infectious disease monitored year-round by the Centers for Disease Control. Even healthy people can be made very ill by the virus and it is estimated that between 2,000-8,000 Canadians die from influenza, or …

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