Never fear – no cross contamination here! We follow strict guidelines to prevent this as our janitors keep your office clean.
It’s nasty and preventable. It occurs when steps aren’t taken to ensure that, for example, a kitchen cleaning cloth isn’t used in a bathroom or entryway. In fact, janitors and other cleaning professionals must be constantly trained to know how to prevent the spread of contamination. They must know to wear rubber gloves in the right places, to use the right path of cleaning to take through each building to best clean effectively and with the least spreading of germs and other unhealthy things, to wash their hands constantly, etc.
Our janitors know all these and more about cross contamination eradication. They also know to disinfect high-traffic items such as door handles, phones, elevator buttons and, of course, bathroom fixtures extremely well since they’re likely the most blatant harbingers of disease. In addition, they strive to maintain the healthy, clean image of your office environment pristine through their efforts. For you, cross contamination becomes no issue.
To better understand one way cross contamination is avoided, check out our color-coding system (described in number 2 below). Notice how each area that needs cleaning has its own color of tools, cloths, etc. to clean it.
Five aspects for thwarting cross contamination in commercial cleaning and janitorial services are as follows:
Cross contamination is preventable and important, so you won’t have to worry about it with Express Jantorial’s services. Rather, rest assured these practices are in place to ensure your office is clean and contaminant free.
Our color coding system allows our workers to prevent cross contamination. As mentioned above, color coding allows our staff to know which tools to use to clean different areas of your office.
Low risk general areas such as desk tops, window ledges, dusting and polishing, walls, tiles and window cleaning.