Office Cleaning Checklist that Works Best for Employees

Blog | May 10th, 2018

There are many aspects of running a successful business, such as accounting, inventory, marketing and sales, but one area that definitely cannot be overlooked is the health and well-being of employees – the real source of a business’s success. It is the employees of companies that are the main reason profit exists, without them few businesses could function.

In fact, maintaining employee health is a major concern for all sizes of businesses, that is because when workers are sick or absent, company productivity suffers. Keeping office spaces clean is very important to maintain employee health, and to make sure that offices are cleaned properly requires regular maintenance, preferably by professional cleaners.

Office Cleaning Checklist that Benefits Employees

An unclean office not only looks unprofessional, but it can decrease employee motivation, cause distractions, and increase the likelihood of employees becoming sick. If you want to keep your employees motivated, healthy, and happy in the office, then regular commercial cleaning services will help to reduce sick days and increase productivity.

At Just Cleaning National, our cleaning services can regularly maintain your office to make sure it is a clean and healthy place that is best for employees. To accomplish this, below is our standard office cleaning checklist of tasks:

Glass and window cleaning – all office monitors, glass and windows are cleaned using glass cleaner to wipe away finger smudges and dust, so they look pristine daily.

Daily dusting – our cleaners our very thorough and will make sure that no dust or cobwebs buildup in your office spaces, even in hard to reach areas behind furnishing, ceilings, and in corners.

Disinfect surfaces and touchpoints – all hard surfaces, such as tables, benches, chairs, countertops, as well as touchpoints like door handles, hand railings, copier machines, fridge handles, microwave, and water fountains are disinfect and sanitised daily, to make sure that germs do not spread throughout your office.

Restroom maintenance
– toilets and surrounding areas are thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned, paper dispensers and liquid soap refilled, and mirrors and surfaces disinfected and cleaned throughout the day as needed for large offices.

Trash removal – all trash cans and recycling bins are emptied and cleaned regularly, and trash bags disposed of properly.

Floor cleaning – depending on the type of flooring in the office, all debris and dirt is removed form floors by sweeping, vacuuming and mopping.

While this is just a standard office cleaning checklist, specialised cleaning services and cleaning schedules can be created that works best for employees and office hours.

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