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Simple Habits for Keeping the Workplace Clean
Maintaining the cleanliness of your office is not just the responsibility of cleaners and janitors. Everyone using the working space can also help out in keeping their work environment not only tidy but also hygienic. Here are just some of simple habits to make this possible:
Hand Washing is a Must
A number of germs are being passed on from person to another by touching. This is why it is important that hand washing is regular habit for people congregating in a particular space like an office. If your office has the budget, touchless soap dispenser is a great investment. This ensures that the time and effort spent in correct hand washing will go to waste.
Discourage Eating on Desks
This is a controversial tip because there are many office workers who like the convenience of eating at their desk. If you can’t stop workers from eating, remind them to clean up crumbs with disinfectant wipes and empty their trash bin with food before they leave. This policy may not be received well by workers at first, but the management can do their part and let workers understand the benefits of creating this habit.
Use Disinfectant Wipes Regularly
Disinfectant wipes are light, accessible and easy to use. It’s the perfect simple tool for cleaning surfaces like desks. To maximize the benefits of disinfectant wipes, make them visible and accessible to all staff members. This is the first step in creating the habit of wiping down desks and chairs in the workplace.
Plan a Regular Decluttering Session
Decluttering is a good habit because it encourages productivity. For instance, piling stuff on the desk randomly will most likely cover up other important office tools. However, it’s so easy for any staff member to get caught up with work and forget about the clutter they are making. One way of reminding your staff about decluttering is actually to regularly conduct a session for it. This can be scheduled twice in a week. This is a good time for your staff members to slow down and get organized. The act of consciously decluttering their desk may also help them realize that they should also declutter their mind.
The steps presented above may be quite simple but you will be surprised that many offices neglect to observe these practices. A clean office is something not only management should care about because in the end, everyone would benefit from doing their part. A clean space means less chances of contracting illnesses, leading to workforce efficiency and productivity.