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How to Keep Your Business Premises Clean and Safe

Caring for your business premises is important to present a clean and professional image to visitors and your employees. As you think about the different steps you can take to maintain your premises, make sure you think carefully about safety as well. Even if you are caring for an office building or a school and safety issues seem more minor, showing careful attention to these safety issues will help you prevent problems from occurring in the future.

Clean Your Business Regularly

Cleaning your business regularly is one of the best ways to ensure that your employees and business premises stay safe. Cleaning not only prevents harmful bacteria from developing and pests from invading your premises, but it also allows you to fully inspect your space and catch any other problems that you might not recognize otherwise.

Take Care of Health Hazards

It’s also essential that you make concerted efforts to address any health hazards that are present on your premises. Finding these hazards might require some creativity and careful sleuthing. For example, some products or procedures that are being performed on the premises may resolve some safety hazards but cause others.

For example, some pest sprays trigger allergic reactions, so make sure you know what they are using. You must take careful inventory of different products like these to inform your employees and figure out if you have any team members that might be susceptible to these hazards.

Train Your Employees

There are a variety of things you can do to ensure your employees understand how to keep your business premises safe. Figuring out the right approach to training your employees varies significantly by company and industry.

In a company where you are operating large machines inside a warehouse, make sure that your employees have the proper gear and understand how to work different machines. Go over emergency protocols in the event something happens while on the job.

In an office setting, providing safety training may be less extensive. Make sure your employees understand emergency protocols in the event of power outages, fires, floods, or earthquakes.

Making your building safe should always be a priority. Even when you think you’ve checked the box and guaranteed workplace safety, make sure to plan routine checks anyway. Things can change and performing routine checks ensures you are updated on the state of your business site.

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About the Author Miha Matlievski

Breaking taboo called FAILURE by talking openly about it, sharing my fail stories and lessons that I learned on my way back from hell. I had four successful companies that at one time all went bankrupt. You could say that I went from hero to zero. But I managed to survive! Down that road I became Fail Coach not by degree but by failing personally and professionally, learning from my failures and growing. If you are looking for a coach try not to find one with shiny diploma hanging on his wall but one that has personally gone to hell and back.

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