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Your office is more than a place to work – it’s a place where you spend a large portion of your day and it’s a space you share with your colleagues.

  Given the current climate it is not enough to just clean the office, sanitising is necessary to maintain good health for yourself and your coworkers. Taking care of your employees always comes first so it is important that you do all you can to keep them healthy and safe.   1. Establish a Regular Cleaning Schedule   Cleaning is meaningless if you only do it on an ad hoc basis, individual and public spaces need regular cleaning and sanitising. Agree a schedule with colleagues that sees cleaning activity daily. Make sure to provide all the necessary cleaning products to get going. The first step to follow through with your goals is to plan and set dates and to get buy in from colleagues to execute.   2. Know the Different Cleaning Terms   Cleaning is very different from disinfecting or sanitising. Cleaning removes the surface dirt and germs, but these germs may still exist. Disinfecting means kill bacteria and spores that cannot be seen. Sanitising is the process of cleaning or disinfection to remove germs.   3. High Traffic Areas need more frequent Cleaning   When sanitising your office It does not make sense to focus most of your time cleaning areas that are rarely used. Find the heavy traffic zones where everyone’s feet or hands have been. Start by sanitising these areas, washrooms, kitchen surfaces, meeting rooms and frequent used items like water dispensers, phones, door handles, railings, elevators etc..   4. Use Sanitising Products   Sounds obvious right, and it is, the most commonly used product for sanitation is hand sanitiser, but there are many other options to use (especially if hand sanitiser is in short supply as it is now given the current climate). Other options are to use antibacterial soaps, antibacterial sprays and of course bleach is a really effective alternative.     Y08057 5Ltr / Y05262 750ml Cleanline Thick Bleach has been specially formulated to have greater clinging power to enable it to stick to vertical surfaces thus giving total protection against germs. This bleach also has a pleasant fragrance. It can be used to disinfect surfaces and eliminate unwanted odours. It is ideal for washroom hard surfaces. Passes BS EN 1276 and is effective against MRSA. Always make sure to read the label and make sure to follow the dilution recommendations from the manufacturer to ensure that the products do not have any negative side effects on your health or that of your colleagues.   5. Clean every Crevice and Corner   Germs are lurking everywhere, especially in places where you least expect them. In your office, start cleaning places that you do not clean often. Start with the walls, doorways and other areas that have collected years of dirt and grime. Check out our Bunzl BCSS Decontamination Service which uses the latest chemical and technical innovations for deep sanitising cleaning in office facilities, schools / colleges, hospitals, nursing homes etc.. ideal for any room or facility. Please speak to our Customer Service teams about this service on Tel: +353 (0) 1 6301800.