When it comes to hospitality venues, commercial floor mats have got you covered – figuratively and literally. Nearly every location from the front-to-back of a restaurant or hotel facility can benefit from the protection of a commercial floor mat. Take a minute and think about all of the potential common areas in hotel or restaurant near your house – you’ve got entryways, kiosks, front desks, kitchens, etc. All of them can be improved and made safer with the introduction of floor mats.
Safety is of critical importance for employees in every industry – especially for healthcare workers. Overexertion is a common form of injury in the workplace, and regulations are starting to pop-up to help minimize this occurrence. According to the Center for Disease Control, “Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that in 2014, the rate of overexertion injuries averaged across all industries was 33 per 10,000 full time workers.
A recent article in Forbes Magazine debunked the rumor that 90% of restaurants fail within the first year. It’s actually closer to 1 in 5 and is typically higher in restaurants with smaller staffs. But even so, the restaurant industry can be a cutthroat place to start a business. What can set you apart in an industry as competitive as hospitality? Our recommendation? Start with your image.
Think back to your last doctor visit. Were you provided a patient gown for the exam? If so, was the gown made of cloth or was it a disposable paper one?
As a leader in the hospitality space, Morgan Services understands the needs of our customers when it comes to inventory management. Making sure you have the correct amount of table linens at your disposal on a given day is critical to the success of your business. Too much and you’re running out of storage space. Too little and your banquet service falters.
Picture this: you’re headed out to a restaurant for dinner on Friday night. You’re with a group of friends and you’re celebrating a birthday or maybe an anniversary. You’ve had your eye on the new restaurant that just opened in your neighborhood - you’ve heard the food is delicious and the service is great. After making a reservation, you show up on Friday night and see that it has… paper tablecloths.
No big deal, right?
It is said that hospitals are no place for sick people. When you look at statistics for patients who receive infections during a hospital stay, you’ll understand why. Every year in the U.S., an estimated 1.7 million patients acquire infections while in the hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Interested in revamping the look of the bathrooms at your business, but hesitant to incur the expense of a full remodel? A matching line of new bathroom dispensers is a great way to provide an inexpensive face lift to the bathrooms at your restaurant, café, gym or spa. Available in a variety of colors, these bathroom dispensers can be embossed with your logo to maintain your branding throughout your entire facility.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 31 hospital patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection. The stats are so high that in 2009, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services put forth a five-year action plan to help reduce the number of hospital acquired infections, or HAIs, that occur in American hospitals. We’re now 10 years into the plan and we’re moving in the right direction.