Universal Cleaners Inc is committed to creating and maintaining a clean and welcoming environment and improve accident and injury prevention while improving employee morale and productivity, and a profitable and sustainable business. Appearance is one of the major elements that separates one facility from another and brings added value. The truth is that we’re in the health, safety, productivity- enhancement, and waste-reduction business. Those are the core components of the value Universal Cleaners provides. We’re not in the shiny floor and sweet-smelling restroom business.
A clean environment gives off a sense of pride and professionalism about a business that is inviting to customers making them feel confident in the business. A clean facility can be an excellent marketing tool, whether you’re trying to impress prospective clients, lease space or sell the facility.
Building owners worldwide are increasingly aware of the impact that facilities have on the satisfaction and productivity of the people who work in them. Our experience shows that when building occupants suffer from symptoms such as respiratory illness, allergies and headaches, their performance also suffers. A clean environment is a safe environment. Keeping work areas tidy and clean will help to prevent accident and injuries and promote a sense of safety and security. A clean environment improves an individual’s sense of well-being while reducing their stress and anxiety resulting in happy, productive and loyal workforce. There’s a direct correlation between a clean work environment and overall improved employee health well-being. Safe, healthy workers reduces absenteeism, accidents and injuries and workers compensation claims. A clean and well-kept workplace makes a strong impression on how the employees view their jobs and improves brand reputation. A clean working environment can make a positive change in employee morale.
And according to the latest research from ISSA, cleaning has a very real and measurable value: with the appropriate cleaning methods, it provides between two and eight per cent productivity gains in employee work, saving billions of dollars.