Have you ever looked at your building’s high ceiling and wished that there was a much easier way to clean all this dust? Don’t worry! At GME Canada, we have a cost-efficient solution that will not require you to pull out the ladder or rags. With high dusting, your building ceilings will be as good as new. Below mentioned are some of the benefits of high dusting:
Removes dust that has been collected over time on high surfaces
High dusting removes dust, grease, dirt and other materials that are commonly found on the ceilings of production and manufacturing facilities. The vibrations in these facilities can build up loose dust, causing it to potentially contaminate the production line. Additionally, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety can hand out fines for the inability to maintain the levels of dust on the ceilings and rafters.
With high dusting, those corners and beams on the ceiling that were impossible to reach will not be now. There is no need for you to get the lift and duck and duck under the beams. You can simply just attach the cleaning brushes at the end of the poles and clean those hard-to-reach areas with a breeze ensuring your ceilings are dust-free.
High dusting can significantly improve air quality by removing dust, dirt, and grime, including other toxic contaminants. Additionally, it not only improves the air quality; but also allows your facility’s ventilation to run more effectively.
Dirty ceilings and ducts are a perfect breeding ground for mould, bacteria and other airborne viruses that could impact the health and safety of your employees at your workplace. It could potentially cause allergic reactions for some employees and could make them sick. Dust can also be a potential slipping hazard when it settles on walking surfaces. The small particles can affect the traction when employees move around in the building. One of the major workplace injuries is people slipping.
Removing combustible dust using the right equipment and gear significantly helps to lower the risk of a dust explosion during the cleaning process. Over time industrial and manufacturing facilities can gather a lot of dust from high surfaces such as ceilings, machinery, and even the floors. These can pose a potential fire hazard when they are piled in large areas. A large number of secondary explosions in factories have been caused by an explosive dust cloud formed from these high surfaces. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety has strict laws and goes after companies that are not following the rules. If you believe that your industrial or manufacturing facility needs high ceiling dusting, please do not hesitate to reach out to the team at GME Canada to discuss your specific requirements. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or to request a free estimate.