The Importance of Keeping a School Clean

On September 20, 2017, in Public cleaning, by admin


school cleaningEvery year the doors of thousands educational institutions open their doors for millions of school kids and students all over the country. A lot of people come there: teachers, pupils, visitors, and the heads of educational institutions are facing the question of how to preserve cleanliness, ensure a healthy environment and safety for everybody.

Our cleaning service experts offer a few tips that will help to rationally organize the cleaning and ensure the maintaining of cleanliness in the school premises.
If the cleaning of premises is made without a precise plan, it takes more time and does not guarantee an excellent result, thus at the very beginning of the school year, a comprehensive cleaning plan should be made. In this plan it is necessary to determine daily, weekly and monthly tasks and arrange the routes according to which the cleaning will be performed. It is better to clean up from the upper floors to the lower ones, paying special attention to the sanitary accommodations. The staff should be instructed to check whether all planned work is completed before they begin the next cleaning phase.

• Quick floor cleaning

Children are quite restless and active, so the breaks between the classes they use not only to eat, but also to actively move. The staff in charge of cleaning should remove the remains of fruit and traces of spilled drinks from the floor in a timely manner. This will not only ensure the maintaining the cleanliness in the room, but will also help to avoid falls and injuries on the slippery floor.

• Do not forget about the important point

In school premises there are many surfaces on which dirt accumulates and many germs can multiply. Therefore, during cleaning, the walls, door handles, window sills, cabinet surfaces, stair rails, toilets should be thoroughly cleaned. In addition, it shouldn’t be forgotten to remove dust and dirt behind doors, under tables, in corners and on surfaces above eye level, for example, on rack shelves or on the surface of light fixtures.

To make the tools and equipment service as long as possible, they should be kept clean. Cloths, rags and mops should be kept squeezed out, but if they do not dry quickly, they can be kept in a bucket of clean water. This will help get rid of unpleasant odors and will prevent the spread of fungi. To avoid the spread of germs and cross-contamination of premises, always work with clean tools: mops, rags and other tools. Do not use the same equipment to clean classrooms, corridors and toilets. Immediately replace contaminated mops and cloths.

• Ask for help from teachers and pupils

Teachers and pupils can help the cleaning staff by following a few simple rules: do not clutter the premises to be cleaned, restrict meals in the classrooms, do not stick chewing gum under tables and under chairs, do not draw on tables, chairs and other furniture.

Hiding Places for Germs in the Office

On October 16, 2013, in Office area, by admin

23-hiding-places-for-germsOf course, you won’t be able to create a completely germ-free surrounding for you, especially in the office. But experts recommend to be aware and to avoid the places in the office where the most germs and bacteria are accumulated.

  • Computer keyboard and computer mouse

The reason, why a keyboard and a mouse are the dirtiest things, is simple, people just forget or don’t know how to clean them. You need to remember that you need to clean your keyboard and a mouse at least at the end of every week or it’s better to do on Monday before starting your work. Disinfect them using special wipes.

  • Your desk

Lots of things that you keep on your desk may be a haven for germs. What should be done? The answer is simple – CLEAN IT! Again use special disinfecting wipes. Experts recommend cleaning your desk as often as possible.

  • Door handles

Door handles or knobs act as magnets for germs and bacteria. Ask a cleaning crew to disinfect and clean not only the door handles but also doorframes of your office.

  • Phone

Of course, office workers talk a lot on the phone. Studies show that more that 25, 127 germs and bacteria per square inch can be found on the average office phone receiver. Be sure to disinfect your phone as soon as you finish reading this article.

  • Copy Machine

You need to remember that lots of people use it and all of them leave bacteria and germs on the buttons of a copier. In order to avoid getting sick wear plastic gloves. Ridiculous? Yes…So, what should we do? After using shared office equipment wash your hands with soap and warm water.

Be healthy and think about your safety even at work!