How Can You Keep Your Office Flu Free?

How Can You Keep Your Office Flu Free?

Think about the number of surfaces you touch each day. How many of them have been touched by someone else in your office? With flu season coming up, it’s a great time to think about this. According to the CDC, up to 111 million workdays are lost due to influenza. To increase wellness and prevent the spread of influenza throughout your office, we’ve listed five things you should do, along with products to help.

Wash Your Hands


Wash Your Hands

Frequent hand washing is the best way to fight the flu in your workplace. Use soap and water and wash for at least ten seconds before eating or after using the restroom.

Hand Sanitizer



Hand Sanitizer

For your desk, hand sanitizer can kill up to 99% of the most common germs. This version is hypoallergenic with aloe and Vitamin E.



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Disinfect Your Desk


Disinfect Your Desk

According to the Washington Post, 75 percent of office workers eat their lunch at their desk. On top of that, office desks contain 400 times more bacteria than a toilet seat. At the end of the workday, consider using cleaning wipes or disinfectants to clean up your desk.

Disinfecting Wipes



Disinfecting Wipes

These wipes dispense one at a time and can clean with ease. They are also safe to use on many different surfaces.



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Cover Your Mouth & Nose


Cover Your Mouth & Nose

When sneezing or coughing, cover up your mouth or nose. You’ll also want to keep tissues handy in case you become congested, which is one of the first signs you may be ill. This will help contain the spread of any germs to a minimum.

Facial Tissues



Facial Tissues

These tissues contain a shield for easy dispensing that prevents dust from getting in and agitating your skin. The square shape of the box makes it easy to fit on any desk or workspace.



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If You Have Symptoms, Stay at Home!


If You Have Symptoms, Stay at Home!

Workers productivity is compromised by 20 to 40 percent when sick, according to the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. This is the best way to keep your office illnesses down. Sometimes, your body might need to rest when trying to fight an illness. Going into the office may end up not only making you feel worse, but also spread the flu around the office.

Looking to keep your office clean and germ free? Shop from our selection of cleaning supplies.