In most commercial spaces, particularly those where customers or patients frequently come and go, there is a risk that germs and bacteria will thrive in communal areas. This puts staff and other visitors at risk. It’s the facility’s responsibility to manage these risks and clean areas as effectively as possible. But where do bacteria congregate? And how can businesses protect those who work in public spaces?
The Most Common Places Bacteria Are Found
There are several places which germs will most commonly grow and thrive in. Firstly, the floor of a commercial space is likely to harbor bacteria as people walk around in their shoes which have been exposed to dirty and unsanitary conditions. These germs can then spread to the air, which is when people are at most risk of catching a disease or infection. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2mBOQRX