Nashville, TN – During National Cleaner Week, on March 29-30, 2021, ISSA sponsored in support of a healthy and safe workplace a virtual flyin, Clean Advocacy Summit, Nashville Cleaning Company Excel Cleaning Services was in attendance. Staff member Jonathan Greenstein of Senator Hagerty office and staff member Alex Heaton of Senator Blackburn office attended the virtual flyin where Excel and other businesses requested their support and contribution of the small business cleaning tax credit to promote a clean workplace.
Caryn Clopton, the CEO of Excel Cleaning Services, a full-service cleaning company headquartered in Nashville, TN said “Excel Cleaning is committed to “cleaning for health” by offering professionally trained cleaners and modern technology to communicate with clients. This initiative has taken shape with the collaboration of ISSA who prompted the importance of hygiene and cleaning in both residential and commercial areas.” ‘Cleaning for Health’ is a critical mission promoted by this Nashville Cleaning Company and ISSA. Excel also stands in support of the bipartisan and bicameral Healthy Workplace Act (S. 537 and H.R. 1944) This tax credit is essential to help the economy reopen safely and restore confidence among workers, customers and the American public. According to a National Safety Council survey, employers have spent $5,208 per employees on various workplace practices since the pandemic began.
Excel Cleaning Services. “I was so excited to get a chance to thanks Sen Blackburn and Sen Hagerty for their leadership in supporting the PPP bills and other COVID reliefs,” said Clopton.
“These bills permitted me to offer financial support to workers at the beginning of the pandemic and help pay my office lease when many of the businesses we service closed their doors back in March of 2020. A couple of clients requested that we proceed with additional cleaning. Over the past year many of our clients have returned. My hope is that they hear my story and will support the Healthy Workplace Act,” states Clopton. According to a recent Honeywell survey, 68% of the global workforce does not feel completely safe working in their employers building (unless they are engaged in enhanced cleaning and sanitation.
During this time many small businesses are taking on an additional expense for cleaning and a tax credit will help them prioritize cleaning for health. Cleaning for not only COVID is important but all the other infectious diseases that are living in our workspaces. A poorly cleaned workplace could be making you sick. We are appreciative to the Senators and their staff for their help with the Healthy and Safe Workplace credit,” says Clopton.
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