Maintaining COVID-19 Secure spaces
Safe Return to Work
Preparing for the Return to Work and maintaining a COVID-19 Secure working environment is essential for all businesses to safely reopen.
Introducing new cleaning measures to keep the workplace clean and maintained is a Government recommendation. Implementing increased daily cleaning and frequent additional measures reduce the spread of infection and create safe spaces.
Our Operatives ensure that your site and premises are COVID-19 Secure, enabling you to safely reopen your business.
Cleaning required for Return to Work
We provide deep cleaning, decontamination and sanitisation of services prior to reopening and bringing your team back to work complying with Government guidance.
We sanitise all high-risk touch points and surfaces throughout the building using a viricidal disinfectant solution, alongside the Fidelis approved cleaning processes as precautionary measure.
Conduct a deep clean and sanitisation of all surfaces, equipment, touch points, toilets, washrooms, showers, where a confirmed case of Covid-19 has occurred in the workplace.
Keeping the workplace clean and maintained
You will need to introduce cleaning procedures to maintain a clean and COVID-19 Secure workplace to enable you to operate safely.
We partner with you to assess potential risks posed by COVID-19 to advise on what you require in order to maintain a safe workplace for your employees.
Frequent Deep Cleaning
Deep cleans demonstrate good housekeeping and act as an additional measure for maintaining standards and safety. Implementing this each quarter in line with a tailored specification provided by our team will ensure that your site and premises reduce the spread of infection.
It is advised to add in extra cleaning processes throughout the premises at a time that is specific and most effective to manage the risk.
Our housekeeping is recommended to be implemented by midday to sanitise all high-risk areas such as touch points in reception/entrance areas, despatch zones, canteen and break areas, toilets and common areas prior and during use.
Hand washing and Sanitisation Facilities
Government guidance advises on the introduction of hand washing and sanitisation facilities throughout the workplace including toilets, washrooms, entrances and exit points.
Ensuring that hand washing facilities are regularly cleaned reduces the risk posed in a high use area and allows you to replenish soaps, sanitiser and hand drying materials.
Changing rooms and showers
Where shower and changing facilities are required, setting clear use and cleaning guidance for showers, lockers and changing rooms to ensure they are kept clean and clear of personal items and that social distancing is achieved as much as possible.
Handling Goods, Materials and Equipment
Cleaning procedures should be enhanced or introduced for the parts of shared equipment that is touched after each use. For instance, equipment, tools and vehicles, such as pallet trucks and forklift trucks, to reduce the risk of transmission.
- Decontamination Cleaning
- Deep Cleaning
- Additional Housekeeping
- Washroom Cleaning
- Washroom Consumables