The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) is pleased to share an answer to healthcare-related questions posed by a site visitor.
Some cleaning products and air fresheners, even so-called “greener” ones, though they may not contain any Formaldehyde directly, may produce Formaldehyde if they contain Terpenes – “the main constituent of essential oils derived from oranges, lemons, other citrus, lavender, thyme, cedarwood, pine, and other plants, flowers, and trees” per scientific sources.
The non-profit National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) has formed a Slip/Fall Prevention Coalition to reduce slips, trips and falls and related injury. The coalition consists of the NFSI Board of Directors (BOD), NFSI members, and non-member organizations seeking to advance the health and safety mission of the NFSI.
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