How to keep your Business Premises Clean

With over 30 years of experience within the cleaning and hygiene industry, we understand more than anyone the importance of maintaining impeccable hygiene standards.

  1. Maintain Your Stock of Hygiene Products

Perhaps the most important factor to consider when keeping your premises clean is to make sure you have the cleaning products required to do the job. Ensuring your stock levels are consistently maintained will ensure you never find your business short of stock. Whether this may be detergents, toilet tissue or floor cleaner, it is of vital importance to consistently manage its stock levels.

2. Delegate Small Cleaning Tasks to Staff

Delegating cleaning duties and roles to your staff, such as ensuring their workspaces are kept cleaned and sanitized will not only keeps your team engaged and involved, but stresses the value of a group effort when it comes to workplace hygiene. Delegating duties also lessens the need for external cleaners or cleaning services to be hired.

3. Provide Cleaning Supplies & Equipment for Key Areas

By providing specific cleaning products, such as hand sanitizer or hand wipes for your staff’s desks or workspace, this makes it far easier for everyone to maintain their own personal hygiene standards, and in doing so maintain the overall hygiene standards of the business. In addition, kitchen areas or communal spaces should always be well stocked with tissue paper, soap and other hygiene supplies. This is especially true in the current global climate given the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

4. Start with the Floors

Floor cleaning is hugely important. While this may seem obvious, floors are very suspect to collecting dust and dirt. Regularly cleaning your floor space can go a long way to helping improve the overall hygiene and cleanliness of your business. If your business has carpets, ensure they are vacuumed regularly. Similarly, if you have wooden or hard floors, regular deep cleaning will ensure they do not collect harmful dust and dirt over time.

We hope some of these quick, general tips can help you and your business on the way to maintain the hygiene standards you strive for. If you have any further questions or wish to get in touch with a member of our team, why not contact us today using the link below.

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