Industry Insights

Two Steps for a Reason: The Case for Cleaning Prior to Disinfection

February 2, 2021 / by Rubbermaid Commercial Products posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

Cleaning and disinfection have long been routine components of any facility's operations, especially K-12, Higher Education, and Government Buildings.

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What You Need to Know about Wrong-Way Driving Safety Solutions

September 16, 2020 / by Traffic & Parking Control Co., Inc. (TAPCO) posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Fleet, Parks & Recreation

With wrong-way driving fatalities a growing problem, thousands of government agencies are searching for the best safety solutions. However, the sheer amount of information – and misinformation – circulating on the topic can be both overwhelming and confusing.

 

Here at OMNIA Partners, we understand that driving safety is a huge concern. That's why we've partnered with TAPCO to bring innovative safety solutions to your community. By utilizing TAPCO's nationwide cooperative contract that was competitively solicited and publicly awarded, you'll gain access to cost-effective solutions that improve safety for all.

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Don’t Let a Disaster Set You Back Further

September 10, 2020 / by Herc Rentals posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

Hurricane season is in its peak right now. If you don’t feel like spending tens of thousands of dollars on hurricane protection and recovery equipment you may only use once in a lifetime, renting the equipment is an option. OMNIA Partners and Herc Rentals understand the importance of being ready when disaster strikes. 

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How to Clean & Disinfect Public Seating

July 28, 2020 / by Irwin Seating Company posted in Furniture, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

As many facilities, schools and universities plan to reopen this Fall, one topic of conversation should be around cleaning and disinfecting your public and fixed seating. 

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Three Questions to Help Your Supply Chain Work through a Disaster

July 16, 2020 / by Fastenal posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

If a hurricane is just off the coast, it’s a bit late to wonder how your supply chain will weather the storm. If landfall can happen in your area, proactively put a plan in place to ensure supplies are there when you need them most. Wildfires, tropical storms, flooding: Regardless of the type of disaster, knowing your supply chain can adjust to situations is more than just peace of mind. With the right supplies where you need them, you can better serve those who rely on you.

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How to Purchase for Workplace Distancing

June 26, 2020 / by OMNIA Partners posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

With the “new norm” emerging, it’s necessary for agencies to reevaluate how they’re going to maintain social distancing to protect employees from transmission of infectious diseases. Whether you’re preparing for returning staff or shutting down to take measures on existing procedures, workplace safety is the topic of a lot of discussions, but what are next steps for procurement to take in order to make their impact on business safety? What areas do considerations need to be made for? 

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The 7 Best Ways to Improve Nighttime Pedestrian Safety

October 28, 2019 / by Traffic & Parking Control Co., Inc. (TAPCO) posted in Facilities & Infrastructure, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Fleet, Parks & Recreation

Between 2007 and 2016, pedestrian deaths increased by a whopping 27 percent in the U.S., with 75 percent of those deaths occurring in the dark and 70 percent occurring at non-intersections, according to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Though pedestrian deaths have lowered slightly since 2016, multiple reports have found the number still hovers near 6,000.

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Protect Your Business and School from the Consequences of Influenza

February 14, 2019 / by OMNIA Partners posted in K-12 Education, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

Prevention is better than cure when it comes to any illness, and influenza is no exception. Each year, on average, 5-20% of the U.S. population gets the flu, tens of thousands are hospitalized and thousands die from flu-related illness. The physical consequences can be as dire as it gets, but the monetary ramifications suffer from intense infection as well. The flu costs businesses an estimated $10.4 billion a year in direct medical expenses and an additional $16.3 billion in lost earnings annually. OMNIA Partners and our robust portfolio of world-class suppliers can help companies protect employees’ health and reduce losses in productivity and revenue.

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