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Reduce the spread of germs and save money with StepNpull
Employees often cite culture and environment when choosing a company to work for. Because of our increased sensitivity to germs, an ideal work environment will now include cleanliness. Human resources professionals, facilities managers and team leaders will also need to make workers more comfortable by minimizing touch-points around the office.
One of the most common and potentially germ-filled touch-points are door handles. Anytime your staff and customers use a door handle to open a restroom or other common door, they are at risk of sharing contagious germs and viruses.
The solution is the StepNpull hands-free, foot-operated door opener. Attach StepNpull on any interior and exterior door that needs to be pulled open to minimize the spread of germs on door handles.
Using StepNpull is much more cost efficient than remodeling entrances to make them hands-free. Plus, your business will cut down on paper towel waste from people using them to open restroom doors. And you may notice a drop in sick days as employees avoid touching the same door handles over and over.
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"I've used StepNpull at several businesses and I've never been so happy to avoid handling doors. During the hectic flu season, I was able to dodge unnecessary germs when using the restroom and entering the building at Big Whiskeys, McDonalds, and Pappos. Also, I try to actively reduce my carbon footprint by avoiding paper towels - and this allows me to more comfortably let my hands air dry."
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