Clean Environments And Maximum Hygiene: A Common Goal For All
How has the idea of cleaning changed since the beginning of the pandemic emergency?
2 years ago, the concept of highly healthy environments and air only interested specific sectors, operators, and particular environments.( Think for example of health or food contexts ), The experience of COVID-19 has led to a change of general course. Making hygiene an issue that concerns everyone and everything, in every moment of our life.
In fact, the Coronavirus pandemic has turned the spotlight on the idea of a cleaner world in a way once unimaginable. Bringing profound changes both to the service industry and consequently raising the profile of cleaning professionals – and to our daily habits.
The professional cleaning sector has adapted quickly to the new hygiene needs of public and professional spaces. Even at a residential level it soon became clear that ensuring the highest level of cleanliness is one of the most important defense tools. The virus must be controlled and limited in its spread.
Maintaining the correct standard of hygiene of surfaces, of the environment, and even of the air we breathe is more than ever an imperative that we have all become a part of cleaning is never like a daily well-being experience. .
From offices to hotels, up to the home: sanitized environments are the first step towards well-being
Clearly, at the ISS level, precautionary measures were taken and processed. Defined that could ensure safety for both staff and customers. This process involved the application of notions and knowledge gained in environments. Before the start of the pandemic, they were considered ” more special than others “. Clean rooms represented A typical example. The level of cleanliness once conceived for these particular spaces had now to be applied also to more general contexts, all with an eye to eco-sustainability.
Cleanliness and hygiene of professional spaces
Today’s professional spaces must therefore not only be conceived as a workplace. But also as a place of trust. Environments in which employees and guests can feel safe and know they can operate without risk to their health.
The activities of cleaning and sanitizing surfaces and air have become daily, tangible and demonstrable protocols. To be associated with the observation of hygiene guidelines. Now well-known rules of social distancing. The workers of 2022 have we have accustomed long to operating in such a way. To imitate the spread of potentially pathogenic microorganisms both when they are at their workstation. When they are in more complex and difficult areas, such as kitchens, canteens, the bar area, and obviously the toilets.
In this context, the cleaning operators have become as reassuring as the awareness. Being able, in the first person, to behave in a virtuous way to remain in complete safety.
Cleanliness and hygiene of hospitality
Even in the spaces dedicated to Hospitality – hotels above all. The concept of ” cleaning as well-being ” has become central to it. Guests and customers perceive differently the work of the cleaning specialists.
However, the need to live in a cleaner world does not stop at the hotel or the office. Transversally affects all the places in our lives, and never have we realized that there are so many!
Our house, the common areas of the building, the bar where we have coffee, the subway, or the bus. We get on to get around the city, the shops we frequent, and the supermarket where we shop. The kindergarten and children’s school, taxi … How many spaces do we live in every day? What level of cleaning do they need in order to ensure a return to normalcy quickly and effectively? When the current health emergency finally ends, how will our cities, our private and collective environments, and our habits have changed?
Cleaning as well-being is now a definitive revolution
It is now clear how coexistence with the Coronavirus has quickly highlighted that the model of life we were used to until 2020 was now unsustainable and that, from various points of view, it presented various gaps. Otherwise, our habits would not have changed so profoundly.
Starting tomorrow from the same point we were in yesterday is therefore a hypothesis not even to be taken into consideration. Because it would solve maintain the well-being that we all desire. We will have to continue to learn from the needs that have emerged in the last two years. To plan new healthy and sustainable routines to be carried out even at the end of the pandemic: these will be the improvement changes that will allow us to reduce the risk of new emergencies. To apply the resilience that may be necessary to resolve them.
Cleanliness and hygiene of the air and spaces
What we know is that cleanliness, and hygiene of the air and spaces will continue to be central. Inside homes, offices, and cities; in the way of interacting with them, moving between them, and inhabiting them together.
There is talk of the need to increasingly develop light mobility. Made up of cities that favor cycle and pedestrian routes. The increasingly massive use of environmentally sustainable energy and products to protect the earth, air, and water. Self-sufficient neighborhoods from the point of view of services; of healthy and clean homes. In which we favor the penetration of air and light from the outside and communication with the outdoors. The latter in particular will be the center of our world. An increasingly multifunctional everyday life. The home of today and above all of tomorrow is a safe and private place but also an office, gym, and environment to relax.
Here, again, the cleaning of spaces will play a central role. This is what it means that the healthiness of the environment must become an experience of daily well-being, in every place and at all times. The availability of suitable solutions and products will really make a difference for everyone.