Sunday, September 21, 2014

CC's Consulting & Training


Keep your workers up on needed information.  Help them refrain from cross contamination, keeping Fomits disinfected and more.

10 Hr General Industry gives them everything from:
Blood borne Pathogens
Personal Protective Equipment
Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Communications
     And more

Contact us for a consultation and/or demonstration @


Sickle Cell Walk

Serving there purposes:
Bringing awareness to Sickle Cell, pls donate to help this cause
Working as a JTA Community Outreach Specialist, major changes to the bus routes will be great in the long run
Campaigning to meet people to discuss their issues

Veterans Stand Down Job Fair

 Participated in the job fair for veterans. Great day, met some wonderful people. Thank you to all veterans, for making it so I can own a business and help the economy and people.

Serving the Community

Participating in back to school giveaways. Helping families be prepared for the new school year.

Thank you to the organizations who made it their business to put on these events.

CC 4 City Council District 8

Excited about the upcoming months. Campaigning really about to get under way.  Pls follow me at

We are all in this together. Pls make a donation, no amount is too small, thank you.


Thursday, September 18, 2014

Staph infections- Germs, germs and more germs

Staph infections are very prevalent right now.  How does one become sick, by touching surfaces and not properly washing hands with soap.   Fomits - surfaces germs linger on..........door knobs, railings, keyboards, the computer mouse, microwave handles and panels, desks, light switches,  elevator buttons, telephone handles and buttons, staplers, etc., etc., etc.

Germs can stay on these surfaces from 72 hrs up to 7 days; possibly making everyone who touches them sick.

What's a person to do?

Disinfect and wipe these things down daily with a germicidal.  Wash your hands with soap and water.

Contact us if you would like a consultation and/or demonstration.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014


Make sure you give your young people hand sanitizer to keep in their book bags to use when there are no restrooms around.  It is only a temporary fix, but it will keep down germs at bay until they can get to soap and water.