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SAFETOUCH utilizes advanced air purifying equipment along with surface coating services, targeting high-touch, high-traffic areas treating virtually any surface people come in contact with. Our pro-active odor, germ removal and prevention system can significantly reduce surface contamination and provide for a safer indoor environment. The goal is to create an healthier home, workplace and athletic environments. The benefit of having a healthy workplace is that healthier employees are absent less often. Healthy workers are more motivated to stay in work. In addition, organizations stand to make substantial cost savings by promoting health in the workplace and reducing sickness absence. The benefits of having a healthy living space go well beyond having a clean appearance. A home that seems healthy can actually be a haven for odors and germs. Cleaning sprays and wipes are only effective if the user knows how to properly apply them. The spread of germs and viruses through contact with athletic equipment, living spaces, and work environments is a serious health concern. Contact SAFETOUCH Surface & Air today to treat your home, workplace, or athletic environment with an Anti-Microbial coating paired with air treatment equipment to reduce the spread of odors and germs.
ODORS, POLLUTION, and TOXIC INDOOR AIR
What some people may or may not smell could be toxic fumes that accumulate in a home or building. The possible sources of toxic air could originate from cleaning products, pesticides, solvents, glue, paint, and even the fragrances you bring into the house. Cleaning products like Lysol, Bleach, or furniture polishes may never leave the house; but eventually crystalize into the dust, dirt, and biofilm on every surface.
Many respiratory and hard-to-diagnose health issue can be traced back to the toxicity of the indoor air. Toxic air can only be measured by special meters that test for benzene, ethylene glycol, formaldehyde, methylene chloride, tetrachloroethylene, toluene, xylene, and 1,3-butadiene. The most common VOC is formaldehyde that is heavily used in building materials, furniture, paints, vanish, and household products.
People with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) can suffer debilitating physical symptoms when exposed to chemicals in the environment that have no effect on most people. The video explains what MCS is, its impact on workers with MCS and the employer’s duty to accommodate.
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