Keeping School Safe from Spills and Indigestion
Any teacher or school administrator knows it goes with the territory: at some point, a child is going develop tummy trouble and not be able to make it to the lavatory. Which, like the euphemistic word for bathroom, is a nice way of saying they're going to throw up all over the lunchroom, or classroom, or maybe their classmate's desk. And you know how ineffective paper towels can be when you've got this kind of biohazard accident on your hands. So it pays to have a spill response plan in place before you need it. One of the best ways to keep your hands off that mess and protect the kids is to keep Biofresh available. Biofresh is super absorbent, effectively cleaning up vomit, blood and other bodily fluids while powerfully disinfecting the area at the same time. It's safe to use, and instantly turns contaminated liquid waste into solid waste for fast, easy disposal. Keep a canister or two on hand and speaking of safety, be sure to store Biofresh and all other spill containment products safely away from curious young eyes and hands. Knowing kids, the one who tossed his cookies will probably go home bragging about how he vomited in the cafeteria and the teacher made it magically disappear without a trace. Comes with the territory, right? It's all part of keeping children safe and healthy, and your school environment clean and green.