We spend 90% of our lives indoors and while we are inside buildings, we continuously come in contact with microbes – breathing them into our lungs and collecting them on our skin as we touch surfaces. It is important that the environment in which we live is clean – not sterile – just clean. And a clean environment is especially important in healthcare settings, schools, and senior living centers because the people that spend time in those places and spaces are often more susceptible to infection. The mission of cleaning professionals or environmental hygienists is expanding and evolving. In order to clean spaces and places effectively, appropriately and economically they must understand the science behind cleaning. A knowledge of practical microbiology, chemistry and physics is needed to fill this expanding role and effectively clean buildings. We have put the nanobugs to work engaging and educating people who are ready to learn the science behind effective cleaning.
The Nanobugs Academy of Clean has been established to teach applied microbiology, chemistry and physics to cleaning professionals. The course content is simplified and relevant to an understanding of the relationship of cleaning and health. Courses are available for study of cleaning in healthcare settings, schools, research labs, workplaces, homes and restaurants. If you are interested in learning more about enrolling your employees in the Nanobugs Academy of Clean, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dean of Clean, Nancy Haberstich, can also provide short-term consultation to commercial cleaning companies to design comprehensive cost-effective training programs and marketing assistance to those companies attempting to expand into new markets.