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The Cost of Poor Cleaning to Business Security

Written by Stainless Cleans on Thursday, 19 June 2014. Posted in Workplace and Public Facilities Hygiene

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All businesses, regardless of size, need to clean their premises to stay clean and safe. These businesses could either use the services of a cleaning company or achieve this with in-house cleaning staff.
The cleaning tasks would normally include floor cleaning, vacuuming, mopping and removing common waste, along with cleaning and dusting office furniture, blinds, washrooms, computer equipment and much more.

7 Quick Ways to Save MONEY on Cleaning Without Compromising Quality

Written by Stainless Cleans on Thursday, 29 May 2014. Posted in Money and People Factor In Hygiene

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1.    Know exactly what your cleaning needs are and not what the contractor or suppliers need to know.
2.    Have a planned cleaning schedule and take a list of all high priority areas and items. Focus more attention on these key areas and items.
3.     Review and, if necessary, cut down on your cleaning hours and integrate periodic deep cleaning with smart post-cleaning inspections and reporting.

First Line of Defence against the Spread Of Infectious Diseases in Catering Business

Written by Stainless Cleans on Thursday, 29 May 2014. Posted in Food Safety and Hygiene

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Effective Cleaning Procedures:
•    Touch all key areas, from the main kitchen, prep area to food stores, staff changing rooms, washrooms and the front of house where food is served.
•    A dirty and unkempt catering environment is a breeding place for germs and pests.
•    All areas and items in contact with food [solid or liquid food] must be cleaned and sanitised regularly.
•    All surfaces on the path of frequent traffic flow for staff, customers and visitors must be cleaned and sanitised regularly.
•    All surfaces potentially harbour numerous dangerous bacteria and viruses. These surfaces help immensely in the spread of germs.
•    Once contaminated surfaces are touched by hands, infection develops within days.
•    Cleaning and sanitising all areas and items that play a role in the day to day food operations, including office area and IT equipment, is very important.

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