Conclusion & References
As the owner of a cleaning services business, you must contend with liabilities on a daily basis. That's just what happens when you work on other people's property and among private citizens: the chances for accidents — and lawsuits — increases. Luckily, there are steps cleaning businesses can take to reduce their exposures. Even the chances of a dreaded slip-and-fall accident can be reduced. Combine these risk-mitigation steps with the proper insurance policies, and you can be confident that your cleaning business is primed for a bright and shiny future.
Quick References for Janitorial, Maid, and Cleaning Professionals
AboveTheLaw.com, "We the Plaintiffs" [infographic]
Entrepreneur.com, "Doing Business As (DBA)"
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), "Protecting Your Businesses"
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), Map of NAIC States & Jurisdictions [map]
National Safety Council, Slips, Trips and Falls Fact Sheet
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
US Small Business Administration
WebMD, "Health Care Reform: Health Insurance & Affordable Care Act
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