Amanda N. Reed, FMP, CFM
Open office floor plans are increasing in popularity because they allow for greater employee collaboration, are cost-effective, and give offices a modern look.
But keeping these environments clean presents a unique set of challenges. Without walls and partitions between employees, germs can travel more freely among employees – a problem made worse by the increased density of workspaces.
To reduce employee illnesses, proper ventilation maintenance and worker hygiene are particularly important. With proper consideration for the density of workers and the easy transmittal of germs, you can reap the benefits of an open office floor plan while minimizing the negative effects.
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