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SanServe Janitorials fight against the Ebola Virus

My heart breaks over the deaths caused by the recent outbreak of Ebola, the dangers of catching this awful virus has become more apparent as we see cases start to hit our home in the US because it is obvious that the Ebola strain does not discriminate when it chooses its victim.  It has attacked the young, the elders and everyone in between, that is why it is critical that you take additional protection to disinfect your home and work place to prevent Ebola or any type of viruses from spreading. SanServe Janitorial has been paying close attention to this outbreak and we found this great article with some Q & A’s regarding the Ebola virus: CNN.COM EBOLA OUTBREAK.  With knowledge of the Ebola outbreak, hopefully we can protect ourselves from contracting this virus.

Keep in mind, on average most adults spend at least eight hours per day at their job, often with no knowledge of how well the surfaces are cared for or sanitized.  Disinfecting your office on a regular basis will help control illnesses from spreading around.  Diversity, a Jonson & Johnson Company supplies many disinfecting products that are beneficial to maintain a healthy work place. A good start would be to provide alcohol-based sanitizer products throughout your facility and keeping additional janitorial products for your employees to easily access (anti-bacterial wipes, antibacterial soap, Lysol, etc.), also increasing your janitorial services to all high traffic area can reduce the risk of transmitting Ebola or other illnesses among employees. 

Here are a few tips that SanServe Janitorial recommends to reduce the possibility of contracting Ebola.  Follow these simple steps to keep Ebola and other illnesses away from your commercialindustrialmedical or corporate facility.

 

  • Wash your hands.

           By washing your hands often, it will help protect you from germs.  You can also keep hand sanitizer handy.

 

  • Avoid having close contact.

          Avoid having close contact with people that may appear to be sick. If you are sick, keep your distance from others to help protect them from getting sick as well.

 

  • Stay home if you are sick.

           Staying home not only helps your body rest, which will help you recover faster, but it also allows you to keep your germs to yourself and not spreading the illness to others.

 

  • Avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes.

           Illnesses can spread so easily when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches their mouth, eyes or nose.

 

  • Cover your mouth and nose.

            Use a tissue to cover your mouth and while coughing, sneezing, or nose blowing and immediately throw the tissue away and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.

 

  • Maintain healthy habits.

           Keep your immune system strong and resilient by sleeping adequate hours, exercise often, drink plenty of water, and eat nutritious food.

 

SanServe Janitorial can help protect you and your employees from Ebola and other illnesses because it isn’t enough to make sure that your lobby is sparkly clean and the trash cans are emptied, not having the right sanitation measures can result in compromising the health of your people. SanServe Janitorial Provide excellent janitorial services in Beaumont TX, Houston TX, Austin TX, Dallas TX, Corpus Christi TX, Lake Charles LA, Baton Rouge LA, New Orleans LAFort Smith AR and all surrounding areas.  Call us today to learn how we can help fight the spread of the Ebola virus. 1-800-274-8464

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