Commercial Window Cleaning: For A Clear Vision

By Ellis Ranger

When it comes to cleaning your desks or washing up the coffee mugs the job normally gets done. Even if it is pushed back a day or two, we always get round to performing these tasks.

So why is this different with windows? A lot of businesses avoid getting their windows cleaned due to it being a very low priority task. But in fact, there are a plethora of benefits to keeping your vision clear to the outside world.

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5 Cleaning Habits That Are Good For Your Health

By Ellis Ranger

To most of us, cleaning is a tedious task, but for others it is a relaxing and therapeutic experience. However you perceive it, ensuring your property is as clean as possible is vital to promote a healthy life both mentally and physically.

It’s commonly stated that a clean home promotes a clean mind, so this blog will touch on this topic and how tasks you think are daunting are actually good for you. 

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University Kitchen Hygiene: Tackling The Issue

As we head into October, we are beginning to see students return to campuses to start their university life whether as a fresher or a seasoned student. After almost two years of online learning for some, the social aspect of sharing a living space with friends or completely new people is an exciting prospect. 

However, with the ever present Covid-19 still lurking around, a lot of universities and local governing bodies are expressing the importance of University Kitchen Hygiene within student accommodation, with some interesting facts coming out to nudge students to make more of an effort at remaining clean and safe during this new term.

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CBS Sounds Episode 3: Young Blood

The third episode of the CBS Sounds podcast we meet a 13-year-old who could be Britain’s youngest entrepreneur. Plus, we meet one of the newest members of the CBS Group family. 

Ellis Ranger joined CBS Group in July and tells us how the Kickstart Scheme helped him land his new job. Mya Tyler-Lovett and her father Dom discuss the struggles of starting a business and how Mya has been able to progress and recover from an early knockback in her career. 

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Are Food Hygiene Standards Slipping?

By Ellis Ranger

Across England, thousands of restaurants and eateries have been once again rated from 0 to 5 on their food hygiene rating. The ratings, from the Food Standards Agency, are given by environmental health inspectors from the local authority, and are made up of three basic fundamentals: 

  1. Management of food safety.
  2. Cleanliness and conditions of their facilities and the building.
  3. Hygienic food handling.

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Norovirus & Covid-19: Why We Can’t Back One Cause Against Another

By Ellis Ranger

The grip Covid-19 has over the UK is easing, but a reoccurring issue is expected to enter the fray. It’s the norovirus or as we probably more commonly know it, the winter vomiting bug. Major news outlets are already advising the public to remain cautious as cases have begun to spike since the easing of the most recent lockdown.

Whilst the virus has been returning for years, it is important to ensure we are staying mindful of it, especially during what has been a strange time for everyone. Which is why we can’t back one cause against another if there are two viruses in circulation.

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Are We Becoming Complacently Foolish With Hygiene?

By Ellis Ranger

One month on from the lifting of most major restrictions in England, are we still paying extra attention to cleanliness to stop the spread of Covid-19? The importance of impeccable personal hygiene was bought to the forefront of all of our minds around the time of the first lockdown in March 2020.

Hand sanitiser sold out across most major stores, toilet roll and baby wipes disappeared from shelves quicker than they were able to be restocked. And domestic cleaning products were being purchased as if they were going out of fashion. But are we becoming complacently foolish when it comes to hygiene, despite life looking more ‘normal’? 

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Poor Office Hygiene: What Employers Must Do About It

Poor office hygiene is a risk factor for a Covid-19 outbreak. And although many of us will have been back in the office for a month or so, we still have to be careful. A lot has changed since the so-called Freedom Day on 19th July.

The ‘pingdemic’ caused nationwide chaos and many key workers were having to isolate until the government stepped in. And the rules have been gradually more and more relaxed. It means that double-jabbed people who come into close contact with someone who has tested positive won’t have to self-isolate.

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CBS Sounds Episode 2: Doing Things Property

The second episode of CBS Sounds explores the property market. Expert Paul Blake is our guest and we find out answers to all-important questions and get his predictions for what lies ahead between now and the end of the year.

Plus, we look at the well-documented stamp duty holiday and why some canny buyers got even more out of it. And what does the typical day in the life of an estate agent look like 18 months on from the first lockdown?

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