In the hospitality industry, health and safety is vital to ensuring a professional image, whilst accommodating guests in style, comfort and cleanliness. The hospitality industry conducts strict cleaning schedules to all bathrooms and washrooms, hotel rooms, and public areas, where bacteria can develop.
Whether in the home or in a commercial setting, our laundry products provide a high level of hygiene, fresh scent and minimal wear and tear, whilst being able to function efficiently under low temperatures for a more eco-friendly laundry room environment.
With such a constant source of traffic from staff, students and parents, schools must maintain high levels of cleanliness and hygiene to prevent the spread of any bacteria or germs, and to avoid an encroachment of pests that may be attracted to rubbish and dirt.
Within care homes, hygiene and cleanliness is not only important for the peace of mind of family members, but for the residents themselves, who are often fragile and more vulnerable to diseases and bacteria that can be easily passed between persons.
In spas, gyms, public health clubs and swimming pools, hygiene is important for safety: all equipment should be kept clean, and all surfaces (such as the tiles around a pool area) should be thoroughly sanitized regularly as they can carry bacteria. Also, pool water should be regularly cleaned and tested to ensure that it is not contaminated.
Within the raw meat industry, hygiene is vital to ensure that no raw and uncooked meat is contaminated from any source that could cause illness. Raw meat must always be handled in clean and sanitised environments, and all surfaces and utensils too must be regularly cleaned to avoid cross contamination.
Within the fishmonger industry, whilst selecting and purchasing, handling, gutting, boning, filleting, displaying, merchandising and selling of fish and seafood products, cross contamination is an important issue to be taken into consideration, where risks are also posed to people with allergies to certain seafood products, such as shellfish.
Within an office environment, particularly when working amongst employers and clients, it is necessary to ensure a clean and hygienic workspace, to maintain not only a healthy environment, but an environment which looks professional, and offers comfortable working conditions.
When it comes to dental hygiene, prevention, and treatment of diseases hygiene is a necessity not only for the customer, but for the dentist too. All equipment must be carefully controlled and sanitised, and surfaces all thoroughly cleaned between patients, to ensure optimal hygiene for all.
Within the catering industry, strict standards of hygiene are regularly monitored and enforced, to ensure health and safety for all staff and customers. Cafeteria surfaces, utensils and equipment should all be thoroughly sanitized every evening, and cleaned regularly throughout the working hours too.
Within the catering industry, hygiene is of utmost importance. Food, products, kitchen utensils and surfaces, as well as kitchen and serving staff, must be thoroughly clean, and certain procedures must be adhered to, to maintain the highest standards of hygiene.