How to make light of cleaning your home

March 19, 2018

Keeping a clean house means that everybody needs to take responsibility for their own mess. It’s like fighting a losing battle if everyone doesn’t do their bit so take a few minutes to draw up a cleaning roster and delegate responsibilities that are age appropriate and reasonable. The key to success is to make this […]

Dispelling myths about hygiene and social status

March 15, 2018

It’s probably safe to say that most people associate better hygiene with a higher social standing. The association is nothing new. For centuries, the upper crust and members of royal families have indulged in more regular baths than the rest of us mere mortals. What we now generally take for granted (unless of course you […]

How the high crime rate in SA affects trade

March 14, 2018

The big issue facing South African businesses is that we have one of the highest crime rates in the world. This does not bode well for tourism to our shores nor does it attract much needed foreign investment. According to the latest published findings (SAPS Crime Stats 2017), crime is officially on the decrease (by […]

Train staff about hygiene matters

March 8, 2018

The importance of good hygiene at work cannot be stressed enough. Not only does it lead to a healthier workplace for all but it also reduces absenteeism and contributes to a happier and more productive workforce. Many people either don’t know about good personal hygiene or have not had access to the facilities that enable […]

What to do when disaster strikes

March 8, 2018

Disaster can strike anywhere at any time and the only thing to do to minimise the fallout is to have a disaster plan in place. Make sure that you familiarise yourself, your co-workers and your family with the plan so that you are ready to act in the case of an emergency. The difference it […]

The link between increasing temperatures and water-linked disease

February 8, 2018

#DayZero looms and has highlighted the urgency of the global water crisis. This blog takes excerpts from an article published by Unicef with the intention of highlighting the dangers facing future generations and the health implications around poor sanitation when the water runs out. Climate change is contributing to a growing water crisis, putting the […]

Is ICT the biggest threat to our children’s security?

February 2, 2018

Fast paced technological innovation and high-speed internet has led to advances in information and communication technologies (ICT) that have transformed societies around the world. Children now have unprecedented access to computers and mobile phones and tend to adopt the use of technology at an early age, resulting in ICTs becoming embedded in their lives. The […]

How to be hygiene-ready at work

January 17, 2018

Little can rival the potential for infection as much as open wounds which is why you need to prepare a first aid kit for the office. No reason to stop there though, make up a kit for the car and home as well so that you’re prepared for any eventuality. The first rule for good […]

How to incorporate cleaning and hygiene into corporate wellness programmes

January 4, 2018

As with most things, your chances of success are much higher if you plan well. That’s why we’re sharing a cleaning plan for you to motivate your staff to keep your office clean and neat as part of a move to improved wellness in the workplace. The concept is simple – boost morale and health […]

Tackle the outdoor cleaning properly

December 4, 2017

If you’re planning some downtime to enjoy a braai with your friends and family, now is the time to tackle the backyard and garage – a thankless task if ever there was one! If you have pets, that’s probably a good place to start. Kennels require thorough cleaning and perhaps even a fresh coat of […]

Is your mall clean enough?

November 30, 2017

Cleaning large-scale malls with high levels of foot traffic around the clock is not for the faint of heart. It’s a job best left to the professionals. Floors How often do you need to step around someone cleaning the floor in a mall? It must be one of the least rewarding jobs around. If, like […]

What you need to know about car theft & hijackings

November 30, 2017

Car theft and hijackings are sadly commonplace in South Africa. The National Crime Statistics indicate that a total of 16 717 cars were stolen from April 2016 to March 2017, an approximate 14% increase from the previous 12 months. Hijackings are also up by about the same. Understanding vehicle theft patterns and acting accordingly may […]