Best Practices for Cleaning Floors in Your Workplace

Slips and falls are common in all types of businesses, and it doesn’t take a lot to prevent these types of accidents. Watch our quick “Safety in Action” safety training video to learn four easy tips you can follow to make sure your commercial floor cleaning is as effective as possible. Some of the topics I cover include cleaning commercial floors, proper mopping techniques, choosing the correct cleaning solution for your workspace, and cleaning guidelines for your crews.  

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Brian Piñon
Brian Piñon
Brian joined ICW Group in 2015 and provides risk management services to policyholders in our Northern CA region. As a technical specialist, he also leads the effort to develop and implement new strategies for assessing and reducing ergonomic and same level fall risk exposures. Brian assists clients across a spectrum of industries, including healthcare, property management, warehousing and distribution, agriculture, manufacturing, and construction. Brian earned a BA in International Relations from the University of California, Davis. His professional certifications include the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP).

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