Friday, January 20, 2017
Winter is here and so is cold and flu season. What's worse is that there's a new strain of norovirus circulating, which can cause intestinal discomfort and is running rampant across Chicago now. Restrooms, doorknobs, elevator buttons – it seems everywhere there's a potential for infection.
However, with the right supplies, Roscoe will help you combat sickness during the chilly months with a range of products to keep you healthy.text
Friday, February 26, 2016
Though a mild flu season has been a byproduct of Chicago's El Niño winter, it still won't be over for several more weeks no matter what the groundhog saw.
With presenteeism still ever-present in American business culture (the act of attending work while sick), showing up at the office may be one of the most significant risk factors for getting the flu. OSHA's best practices for preventing flu include:text
Friday, August 29, 2014
With the cool breezes blowing signaling the impending arrival of autumn, it’s hard not to also think about flu season as well. The unavoidable “flu shots here” and ever-growing Ebola outbreak cause you to think about how to better protect yourself and others around you. Obviously, prevention is the goal and one way the Chicago Uniform Company approves of is by outsourcing facilities management services. text