OFFICE AND WORKPLACES
Keep Your Office Clean and Healthy
Enhanced hygiene in the office is no longer optional; it’s critical to the health and well-being of employees. Keeping employees and their work environments healthy is paramount for businesses. And now more than ever, employees expect to work in an environment with cleaning and disinfection practices in place to minimize the risk of getting sick.
Absences due to illness can be a big problem for many businesses. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 8 million workers had an illness-related work absence in January 2022, up from 3.7 million in January 2021. Additionally, there is a dramatic spike in absenteeism rates for both full- and part-time employees each year during the cold and flu season.
Sick time in 2019 cost US Companies over 150 billion dollars in lost time and productivity––far more than the cost of a good cleaning and disinfection program!
Many conventional cleaners contain harsh ingredients that strip paint, discolor metals, harm fabric, damage expensive office equipment, leave strong odors, and release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that can irritate people using the product and the people around them.
Vital Oxide is gentle on surfaces, has no VOCs, and can be used to sanitize color-safe fabrics and carpets. It requires no PPE for general use and has no odor, making it easy to use in populated areas. This ready-to-use disinfectant cleaner is ideal for use by professional cleaners and janitorial staff in office facilities and co-working spaces. Use in high-touch areas and shared spaces such as employee break and lunchrooms, restrooms, lobbies, kitchens, elevators, and personal workspaces.
Make Sure Your Cleaning Service is Using Vital Oxide!
Office spaces, bustling with activity and containing many shared items and surfaces such as keyboards, door handles, touch screens, meeting room tables, and kitchen surfaces, can be a major source of virus and bacterial transmission. When employees are forced to stay home because of illness, productivity can come to a screeching halt. Helping prevent the spread of illness-causing germs in the office is the first step toward a healthier workforce and a more profitable business. Disinfection is key to disrupting the chain of infection.
Research has found office buildings have 4,800 dirty surfaces, with computer keyboards and refrigerator doors among the worst offenders. Cleanliness in the office is no longer limited to daily cleaning, but disinfection has become an important benchmark. A comprehensive, well-enforced hygiene program instills confidence among office workers. To maintain a healthy and successful business environment, take the initiative to minimize germs.
The products used to clean your office can also affect your employees. Commercial cleaning products contain harsh chemicals that can irritate those with allergies or respiratory conditions, such as asthma or COPD. With Vital Oxide, you can have peace of mind knowing that you are using an effective product without any alarming safety warnings and precautions for a healthier office environment.
Save Time, Save Money With Electrostatic Technology
Some jobs will require 100% coverage of surfaces in an area. When this is the case, electrostatic is the best option. Vital Oxide is one of the few disinfectants that can be dispersed via an electrostatic device, as it is non-corrosive to treated surfaces and objects. Vital Oxide’s breakthrough technology includes components that dramatically decrease the size of its particles, increasing the active solution's ability to spread on and penetrate both hard and soft, porous surfaces.
- Cost-effective and time efficient when used with an electrostatic sprayer
- Excellent performance and broad surface compatibility
- Efficient, comprehensive surface disinfection
One Product, Seven Solutions.
Vital Oxide features a wide variety of applications including as: An Allergen/Odor Eliminator, Killing Mold + Mildew, and HVAC and Soft Surface Sanitizing. Vital Oxide, proven to kill a wide range of virues and bacteria, is EPA Registered as a Hospital Disinfectant and NSF Registered as a No-rinse required Food Surface Sanitizer.