Cleaning for Health encompasses a number of procedures all tied to one concept - breaking the cross-contamination cycle. This method has been found very effective in reducing HAIs (hospital acquired infections), and has proven in many studies to be effective in other buildings as well. By focusing on reducing particulates in building air, Cleaning for Health also reduces sources of asthma, allergy and airborn germs.
Inanimate objects, including particulate matter that drifts through the air, can carry contamination (germs) from one host to another person. Stopping cross-contamination involves breaking the path that certain touch points in buildings offer. There are a number of studies showing how Cleaning for Health can reduce absenteeism due to illness by both breaking the cross-contamination cycle and providing better indoor air quality. See the INFOGRAPHIC below: