Bee Line Support had the honor of presenting at the 46th Annual APIC Conference (Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology) hosted in Philadelphia, PA. This three-day conference is one of the largest and most renowned gatherings of infection prevention professionals in the world!Read More
We all know that messes happen. Especially if you own a business, hotel, school or corporation, you know that messes are simply par for the course. We’re here to help arm you with the knowledge you need to take on these stains yourself, and to help you remove those pesky marks from even the toughest upholstery.Read More
Time to discuss everyone’s favorite subject... bathroom cleaning! Okay, so maybe it's not the most glamorous topic, but here's the thing. Every building, whether we’re talking a home, a school, a corporation or a spaceship... are all likely to have bathrooms in them.Read More
We get it - nobody enjoys battling the flu. With the cold weather and busy holiday season upon us, we thought we would share the most effective ways to fend off this nasty illness all season long! If you would like a printable copy of this flyer for you home or office, just click on the infographic below and it will open up into a printable PDF for you.Read More
CMIP stands for “Certificate of Mastery in Infection Prevention” and is a rigorous three-phase certification program provided by the Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE). This program provides graduates with the comprehensive ability to facilitate infection prevention care to all clinical environments. They are also taught the necessary tools to train cleaning staff on infection prevention, as well as how to audit and monitor a space's cleanliness.Read More
Flu season. It’s closing in on us, folks, and as much as we’d love to ignore it, it’s time to suit up for the battle ahead.
If you tuned into the news at the end of last year, you’re probably aware that the past flu season (October 2017-April 2018) was a brutal one. With one of the highest cases of outpatient visits since 2008, the flu bug was busy wreaking havoc throughout homes, schools, and office buildings alike.Read More