It’s that most basic function that we learn as toddlers at our parents’ knees: soaping up our hands, singing the ABCs and making sure that all the bad germs wash down the drain.
Now, as COVID-19 winds to a close (we hope!), businesses the world over will make the slow return to normalcy. Sure, the steps might be halting at first – not unlike those of that toddler learning to scrub up – but they will grow surer and more insistent. And when they do, when offices are reopening and people are working from home less, employers will want to ensure that employees feel safe.
Let us help. At Strive Workplace Solutions, we have so many cleaning supplies to sanitize surfaces and air, as well as everything you need to make handwashing effective and enjoyable.
We have worked hard to provide our customers with an unparalleled selection of office and cleaning supplies, seeking out partnerships with companies whose commitment to excellence is as strong as our own.
We have found that partner in Tork, where a guiding principle is that good hygiene is everyone’s business.
As the world’s leading provider of hygiene products, Tork makes it easy to outfit your bathrooms and kitchens with the latest, most stylish, hygiene supplies, like touch-free soap and towel dispensers.
In our post-COVID world, safe hygiene practices are no longer an afterthought. Instead, they are business critical, no matter your industry. As you take steps to ensure the safety of both customers and employees, consider these on-trend points:
- Air dryers have fallen from favor, with more than half of restroom users preferring self-dispensing paper towels to dry their hands.
- Paper towels that dispense one at time cut down on paper waste, and the friction of paper against skin helps to remove more germs.
- Touch-free soap dispensers for both liquid and foam soap are stylish, intuitive to use and fill, and help minimize the spread of germs.
And, as people return to work, don’t forget to remind them of the benefits of good handwashing, particularly after nose-blowing, coughing or sneezing, before and after preparing food and eating, and after using the toilet or touching trash.
We are truly in this together, and working together to keep our workplaces safe helps to keep all of our workers safe both now and as we continue adjusting to our new-normal in a post-COVID world.