Why Establishing A Work Quiet Room is a Good Idea

People are not machines. And they can’t be expected to function at the top of their game all the time. With all the phone calls, emails, meetings, the noisy environment, and bright lights, it is only natural for their productivity levels to drop. Doing the same thing day in and day out can become a very dangerous routine, and it needs to be addressed by employers. And what better way to do it than provide a quiet room where only peace and relaxation exist?  What Is A Quiet Room? It is a designated area where employees can spend some time gathering their thoughts so-to-speak. For example, they can meditate, pray, nap, read, or do anything else that is peaceful and relaxing. The point is to help them restore their energy and well-being away from the noise and stress their offices represent.

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Protecting Vital Pipework from The Sun

The sun is essential to all life on earth; we simply wouldn’t be here without it. Its energy and heat have been driving all our life processes for millions, if not billions, of years. There’s a few downsides to the sun’s rays through. The UV light that helps insects and birds see things we can’t, gives us a glowing tan, and even helps to kill viruses can also cause damage. This damage can occur to living cells and inanimate objects and equipment. We see it, for example, if we look at a pair of curtains in a south-facing window – they’re bleached over time by the sun. The UV light has altered the chemical structure of the pigment in the cloth, which becomes lighter as a result. UV light can also alter DNA, which is handy for killing viruses, and helping to bring about positive mutations in plants and animals, but it also causes sunburn and cancers. A double-edged sword indeed.

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