As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, hygiene in the workplace has never been more important, especially with the Omicron featuring in the latest update from Downing Street.
Where will everyone sit? How will we keep everyone motivated? How often should we be cleaning? What about our break rooms?
Hold it there! When it comes to minimising contact at your coffee stations, it’s time to take the stress away. Our hot drinks systems were designed with workplace hygiene in mind, so your team can feel comfortable enjoying your favourite drinks. So just how does a coffee vending machine help your risk reduction goals?
WHY CONSIDER UPGRADING YOUR DRINKING STATION?
The ‘water cooler’ is the epicentre of socialising in the office. It’s where people go to get a break from their screen, meet with colleagues and of course, enjoy a delicious hot drink. With everything that’s happened over the past two years, this social space is more important than ever. However, a kettle isn’t very hygienic.
This is why more offices are opting for a high-quality, low contact and easy to disinfect hot drink machine. Not only does this help reduce the number of points of contact that will have with the facilities, but it also guarantees delicious ‘pick-me-up’ drinks that will help increase your staff’s morale.
Read on to discover how our range of hot drink machines can help you improve your office hygiene and protect your staff from Omicron variant of Corona Virus. Alternatively, you can have a look at our hot drink machines by clicking here and selecting your office environment.
WHAT ABOUT DRINKS PRODUCTION?
So, let’s start with the drinks themselves. When it comes to manufacturing, our UK-based drinks factory team take a hands-off approach, and no, I don’t mean they’re sitting around drinking coffee all day! With our efficient and hygienic factory systems, none of our ingredients are ever touched by our manufacturing team, keeping contact to a minimum.
Not to mention, our specialised production process means that none of our coffee grounds are exposed to oxygen or the open-air, keeping those airborne germs at bay.
WHAT ABOUT VENDING THE DRINKS?
WHAT ABOUT KEEPING THE MACHINE CLEAN?
1 75.6 weeks Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) up to December 2019 on KLIX machines, 190 weeks Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) up to December 2019 on FLAVIA machines