In light of Government guidance, we wanted to highlight what is required for all businesses to safely encourage their employees back to the workplace and maintain COVID-19 Secure environments through our proven and renowned Cross Contamination and infection control practices.

It is essential that you begin to prepare for the return to work as the Government begin to lift restrictions and begin to get the economy moving as we come out of the period of Lockdown.

Employers have a responsibility to their employees to have cleaned and sanitised all areas of their workplace prior to bringing them back to work.


COVID-19 Secure Workplaces

Our Team will help you to understand what is required in order to follow Government guidelines to create COVID-19 Secure workplaces in your commercial offices, factories, workshops and warehouses.

In recent weeks, we have been working very closely with clients across all sectors conducting daily housekeeping, decontamination and deep cleans.

Before bringing your team back to work, you will need to conduct a series of cleaning procedures to provide them with the confidence that it is safe to return to work and see that you have implemented the appropriate measures.

Change to Working Patterns and Cleaning

With the change in working conditions, it is essential that businesses consider measures for regular and thorough cleaning to create safe places to work in, to limit the spread of infection and enable safe and efficient operation of within the business.

We can provide increased daily cleaning and housekeeping at designated times to limit the spread of infection whilst not hindering the day-to-day operation of your business.

With the possible introduction of shift and changing patterns of work, you should consider areas that need to be cleaned in between use as well as sanitisation of touch points around your site throughout the day.


Handwashing and Sanitisation

Under Government guidelines, you are required to provide additional hand washing facilities and sanitisation in toilets, washrooms. Locker rooms and shower areas as well entrances and exits throughout your premises.

We can help you implement and manage these additional measures to ensure supplies are readily available and cleaned regularly to limit the spread of infection.

Conducting periodical spot cleans throughout the day in high risk areas including door handles, touch plates, banisters, lifts and surfaces will help to prevent cross contamination and will control infection rates.

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