New Employee Pressures

In today’s business world, new employees feel pressure to fit in to their workplace. They want to make friends at work, and be liked by their peers, however this may result in bending the rules, or letting something important be looked over. Sometimes new employees will fail to mention if something looks or feels wrong to an employee who has worked at the company longer. This can be very dangerous, most importantly for the employees, but also for the employers involved. By letting employees know how important safety procedures are in orientation, you may be saving the lives of those involved and those surrounding the issue.

CleanBlast Inc Goes the Extra Mile for Clients

Branch, MI – CleanBlast Inc. recently completed the cleaning of BP/ExxonMobile’s Thunder Horse, a semi-submersible oil platform 150 miles off the coast of Louisiana – the largest of its kind in the world – proving there’s no job too big, or too high for the growing company.

“When you’re entrusted with cleaning the world’s largest semi-submersible oil platform, you take your job seriously. Especially when it comes to safety. We’ve built a solid reputation for safety, reliability, responsiveness, and close adherence to smart environmental practices.”

Along with tackling tough jobs like Thunder Horse, CleanBlast Inc. continues to broaden its offerings and client base. Servicing a variety of industries ranging from food processing to oil and gas to marine, CleanBlast continually adapts to the needs of the market and its customers. With the highest safety and efficiency standards in place, each job is customized based on the needs of the client, ensuring the best possible outcome.

In June, CleanBlast Inc launched its new website providing current and prospective customers a more in-depth look at the wide variety of blasting services offered. Visitors can now view a multitude of completed projects from different industries spanning from food processing to oil and gas companies. In addition, Founder and President Matthew Johnson, provides regular blog updates containing blasting trends, tips and other relevant information for current and prospective clients.

“It was important for us to really be able to show our prospective clients just what we can do. So we developed a site that would allow people to see what we do, and get the information they need to make an informed decision,” stated CleanBlast Inc. President, Matthew Johnson. “Updating our website is just another way for us to show our customers how dedicated and serious we are about what we do. As the times change, so will Cleanblast – from our equipment to our website – we will always get our customers what they need,” Johnson said.

Established in 2004, Clean Blast Inc understands that clean facilities and equipment can significantly increase performance and efficiency of industrial operations. CleanBlast Inc. specializes in the latest in blast cleaning methods and processes in cleaning grease, dirt, grime, hazardous materials, paint, and other contaminants from machinery and equipment for heavy industrial clients.  Cleaning methods include:  Dry Ice Blasting, Vacuum Abrasive Blasting, Wet Abrasive Blasting, Sandblasting, RPR Rust and paint removal and Hot and Cold Power Washing. For more information contact: