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Inspection Impacts Due to COVID-19

Inspection Impacts Due to COVID-19

Before we get into it, we’d like to set the record straight: no matter how seriously we take them, routine inspections and cleaning procedures alone are far from sufficient to ensure the safety of occupants from COVID-19. Their purpose is to ensure all areas within a property are in order and immediately bring attention to those that aren’t. In the context of an ongoing global pandemic, inspections are a tool to evaluate specific areas for potential vulnerability and reduce risk. Results from inspections are useful for guiding health & safety and sanitation procedures, but only if new strategies are implemented and behaviours are adapted on a broader level to reduce the risk of transmission.  BOMA Canada has published a great resource on how buildings can prepare for return to work and implement new strategies to reduce risk of transmission. For information on return to work guidelines, check out their resource here .  At Tap Report, we want to focus on what we do best and

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Sanitation Inspections: What You Need to Know in our “New Normal”

Sanitation Inspections: What You Need to Know in our “New Normal”

Sanitation inspections and cleans are at the core of ensuring health and life safety in built environments. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we clean and disinfect buildings and the standard of service that we expect. This is why we believe that the documentation and signing off on inspections is more important now, than ever before .  We are in the middle of a global pandemic. As we get ready to return to the workplace, we know it’ll be different. Take a moment to think about your journey to your desk; how many people you’ll pass; how many things you’ll touch, such as your car steering wheel or transit handles, elevator buttons and door handles. Now think about your movement during the day, from your desk, to kitchen, back to desk, to meeting room, to washroom, to food court, back to your desk etc. You touch A LOT of things. In this sense, it’s difficult to keep track of what’s been cleaned, when and by whom.  As a result, sanitation inspections have been impacted in two main way

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Custodian Management Case Study

Custodian Management Case Study

"Tap Report has helped us by making sure the required inspections are completed, reducing our risks and ensuring compliance." Provide a description of yourself and your company.  Jamie Swartz, Custodian Lead at  Gordon Food Service. Gordon Food Service is a foodservice distributor with large facilities across Canada and the United States.  What do you use Tap Report for?  We use Tap Report for fire extinguisher inspections, sanitation inspections, refrigeration inspections, and heath and safety inspections at our facilities.  How has Tap Report helped you maintain your facilities?  Tap Report has helped us by making sure the required inspections are completed, reducing our risks and ensuring compliance.   As a manager, what do you find most valuable about Tap Report?  Making sure the inspections are completed on time is the most valuable aspect of Tap Report in my opinion. It ensures compliance, mitigating our risks.   What do you think has improved the most

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