Office Cleaning Should Always Include Infection Control Procedures
Office Managers should evaluate the processes and approach being provided by their janitorial service providers frequently.
PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 18, 2010 – The office managers and property managers of most commercial offices seem to focus primarily on the standard procedures that are being provided by their janitorial service provider. The standard procedures include dusting, vacuuming, emptying trash and mopping. The procedure that is most often neglected by traditional cleaning companies is infection control.
Below are important questions all office and property managers should include in their evaluation of their current service. These are questions that we use at 360clean when introducing our services to prospective clients.
Does your current cleaning company use advanced cleaning technologies to avoid cross contamination while cleaning? The use of traditional cleaning rags leads to cross-contamination of germs. With 360clean,our proprietary cleaning methods use advanced color-coded technology to completely eliminate the risk of cross-contamination.
What do they do to succeed in germ removal? 360clean uses Microfiber cleaning cloths designed to be more effective and catch more of the dirt and germs that the traditional cotton rags or paper towels leave behind.
Does your cleaning service use clean water when mopping? We use a microfiber flat mopping method that eliminates the contamination of mop water and greatly increases germ removal.
Are they cleaning with hospital grade disinfectants with a focus on germ infested touch surfaces, counters and floors? Our operations are focused on cleaning beyond what the human eye can see.
Does your current cleaning company use vacuums that have Multi-filtration, HEPA certified and improve indoor air quality? This is another example of our commitment to higher standards.
Most of us think of physicians as the professionals who keep us healthy, but your janitorial service provider plays an important role. More importantly, a proactive approach to decreasing germs from spreading through office buildings will keep us all healthy during all seasons.