If you are open for business

You must protect your staff, customers and yourself.

With our reputation for quality, integrity, and service, you can be confident we can clean anything you throw at us.

A clean environment is a safer and healthier working environment. Office cleaning is essential and as an employer, you must protect people from harm. This includes taking reasonable steps to protect your workers and others from coronavirus (COVID-19). Coronavirus can transfer from people to surfaces. It can be passed on to others who touch the same surfaces.

Keeping your workplace clean reduces the potential for coronavirus to spread and is a critical part of making and keeping your business ‘COVID-secure’.

You may need to increase how often and how thoroughly you normally clean your workplace, as well as cleaning surfaces that you do not normally clean.

Before you can decide what cleaning is suitable for your situation, we can help you with a risk assessment to help you decide how best to work safely and protect people during coronavirus.

  • Keep surfaces clear so that cleaning can be carried out more effectively.
  • Areas should be regularly cleaned in line with your cleaning plan.
  • Set clear guidance for the use and cleaning of toilets, showers and changing facilities to make sure they are kept clean and social distancing is achieved as much as possible.
  • Clean work areas and equipment between uses.
  • Frequently clean and disinfect objects and surfaces that are touched regularly.
  • If equipment like tools or vehicles are shared, then clean them after each use.

Doors, bannisters, buttons and anything that is frequently touched, especially if it’s touched by lots of people, will need more regular cleaning than normal. Examples of frequently touched objects include:

  • Work surfaces like desks, platforms and workstations.
  • Handles on doors, windows, rails, dispensers and water coolers.
  • Common areas like toilets, reception, changing rooms, corridors and lifts.
  • The vehicle handles, steering wheels, seat belts and internal surfaces.
  • Control panels for machinery, control pads and switches.
  • Computer keyboards, printers, touch screens, monitors and phones.
  • Taps, kettles, water heaters, fridges, microwaves and cupboards.
  • Shared equipment like tools, machines, vehicles, pallet trucks and delivery boxes.
  • Post and goods coming in or being shipped out.

Put in place measures to clean surfaces and objects after each use where possible, for example phones and conferencing facilities in a meeting room. If it’s not practical to clean after each use, such as lift buttons that are used continuously throughout the day, make sure they are cleaned often.

Any adequate cleaning regime should involve deep and periodic cleaning.

We have carried out dozens of deep cleans during the current Covid 19 Coronavirus outbreak with a comprehensive 3-stage process:

Step 1 – Deep clean. 

Our operatives will thoroughly clean the area to be decontaminated to remove any dirt and grease, or other contaminants, that might impede the effectiveness of the disinfection process.

Step 2 – Disinfection.

We thoroughly disinfect all surfaces and high touch high risk areas.

Step 3 – Fog

Finally, we fog the premises with a food-safe anti-viral spray.  We use a “dry fogging” technique dispensing anti-viral spray at 20-40 microns meaning it dries soon after contact with surfaces and your premises are safe to occupy within a few hours.