A Cleaner World
 

Medical: Our Specialty

Operation Room

Scrub Room

Exam Rooms

Patient Rooms

We offer Hospital Clean by our employees that are trained and certified for blood borne pathogens and taking care of sharpes. They also have a police check and are certified drug free before we place any employee in a medical institution.

Our program includes hospital-grade products which cleans, deodorizes, and kills a broad range of disease-producing bacteria. Including TB, Herpes Simplex, HIV-1, and a spectrum of bacteria. USDA authorized, EPA registered, OSHA approved. Cleaned to take care of all Blood-Borne surfaces, floors, chairs, exam tables, desk tops, counter tops, trash cans, etc.

All of our employees are certified in preventing disease transmissions.

Each and every building should be immaculate, but medical facilities need special care and special products to kill viruses and prevent infection. Listed below are some of the extra products and cleaning that are a must in a medical facility.

We use Johnson's Virex TB & HIV-1, which meets OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen cleanup standards. It is much less corrosive than phonetics or bleach, protecting the equipment and floors. Used in hospitals and medical facilities where control of cross-contamination is of the prime importance. Sprayed on beds, counters, sinks, floors, etc. for a minimum of 10 minutes then cleaned leaving everything clean, streak free, and smelling clean.

Stride is used to mop floors and is an environmentally safe disinfectant/cleaner that does not harm waxed floors and does not leave streaks.

All patient beds should be cleaned top to bottom, foot stools cleaned with a brush as needed, wiped down daily, chairs disinfected daily.

All equipment, X-Ray, procedure rooms, etc., cleaned with the appropriate cleaners/disinfectants.

As part of our on-going program to keep you and our employees up to date and in compliance with OSHA we provide you with all the MSDS paperwork in a binder for your records. We also maintain all water buckets, mops, brooms, and cleaning supplies in order of compliance with OSHA standards.

Exam Room Cleaning Procedure:

  • Pre-spray all beds, counter tops, sinks, vinyl chairs with a Quad Spray, let set 10 minutes.
  • Collect trash, clean each trash can inside and outside with disinfectant before replacing liner.
  • Wipe all counter tops, cabinets, sinks, chairs, stools, etc in room.
  • Wipe down beds on top, sides, and underneath, foot steps, foot holders, etc. all parts of the bed.
  • Arrange magazines neatly in rooms.
  • Shine all chrome, stainless steel.
  • Spot clean walls, doors, wall switches, door knobs, etc.
  • Refill all soap, paper towel dispensers to normal limits.
  • Dust mop tile floors
  • Damp mop tile floors with disinfectant
  • Vacuum carpet if applicable, spot clean if needed
  • Dust window sills and blinds
  • Clean mirrors
 

Entraceway:
First Impressions

The most important area of your facility is the way the entrance is cleaned, to give the newcomer, customer, employee, and all visitors the first impression of your facility which in turn is the lasting impression of your company. Therefore we put the most emphasis on making sure that this area is absolutely immaculate. All fingerprints removed from glass, cigarette containers cleaned, sidewalks swept, outside areas free of cobwebs , everything cleaned completely.

 

Conference Room

The conference room is one of the most important areas in your facility, as visitors and dignitaries from other companies frequent this area, therefore it must be immaculate at all times.

  • Tables polished spotless, top, legs, sides, and underneath
  • Bookcases all shelves, tops, sides polished
  • Chairs, leather cleaned with proper cleaner, upholstered chairs, clean and vacuumed, bottoms clean and polished.
  • Telephones clean and receivers disinfected
  • Carpet cleaned and vacuumed
  • All lamps dusted
  • All overhead lights clean, all bulbs clean, replace any burnt out bulbs
  • All walls dusted down, all finger prints, and spots
  • Everything must be immaculately cleaned and placed in the proper place.
 

Offices

A clean office improves the attitudes of the employees, gives them motivation to come to work in a clean environment, and gives your customers/clients a good lasting impression of you and your company.

A clean office should include the following:

  • Empty all waste containers and replace liners
  • Clean and disinfect waste cans as needed
  • Spot clean and vacuum upholstered partitions
  • Dust furniture tops and sides (will move papers on desks, if stacked) chairs, feather dust computers/screens (no chemicals to be used)
  • Dust for cobwebs, window sills
  • Stack magazines, books, return to racks
  • Disinfect all phone receivers
  • Spot clean partition glass, mirrors
  • Clean entrance glass of doors
  • Clean entrance of any dust spots, fingerprints, frames, floor marks, etc.
  • Vacuum all carpets and mats
  • Dust mop all tile floors
  • Damp mop composition floors, and remove any scuff marks, etc.
  • Damp mop plastic mats on both sides, replace when dry
  • Clean and sanitize all water fountains
  • Spot clean light switches, walls, doors, of marks, fingerprints, etc. clean all chrome (kick plates, etc.)
  • Clean all vending machines
  • Low dust horizontal areas from 70" to celing or not more than 120" in height.
  • Dust pictures, clocks, and all plaques, etc on walls
  • Sweep baseboards, corners, around and under desks
  • Vacuum upholstered furniture
  • Dust window blinds
  • Clean leather and vinyl furniture with a protection cleaner
  • Dust all walls down from ceiling to floor)
  • Dust any hanging light fixtures
  • Dust vents/fans
  • Buff tile floors
  • Spot clean carpets
 

Cubicles

All cubicles must be clean and dust free, as dust and dirt can be trapped in the fabric and can really agitate allergies, it makes the employees feel like they are working in "dirty" surroundings. A clean cubicle will increase the work productivity of the employees.

  • All metal must be wiped clean, top, sides, and bottom
  • All fabric must be spot cleaned and vacuumed as needed
  • All desks must be wiped clean over the entire area and dust free
  • Computers, wires, tape dispensers, staplers, and printers all dusted
  • Telephones dusted and receivers disinfected
  • Carpet spot cleaned and vacuumed
  • Under desk wires raised and carpet vacuumed
  • Chair mats mopped, moved, and vacuumed underneath and replaced
  • Chairs spot cleaned and vacuumed, bottoms wiped clean.
 

Break Room & Cafeteria

This area should be sanitized and cleaned daily; and after each meal time if possible. In this area your employees must feel relaxed and comfortable, for a better productivity after breaks and meals. What a difference a clean coffee pot can make.

  • Empty all waste containers and replace liners
  • Clean and disinfect waste cans as needed
  • Dust for cobwebs, window sills
  • Disinfect all phone receivers
  • Spot clean partition glass, mirrors
  • Dust mop all tile floors
  • Damp mop composition floors, and remove any scuff marks, etc.
  • Clean and sanitize all water fountains, coffee pots, microwaves, refrigerators, food containers
  • Spot clean light switches, walls, doors, of marks, fingerprints, etc. Clean all chrome (kick plates, etc.)
  • Clean all vending machines
  • Dust pictures, clocks, and all plaques, etc. on wall
  • Dust window blinds
  • Dust all walls down from ceiling to floor
  • Dust any hanging light fixtures
  • Dust vents/fans
  • Buff tile floors
  • Vacuum, spot clean mats
  • Clean and sanitize tables, chairs
  • Clean and sanitize all counter tops, cabinets, sinks, etc.
  • Sweep baseboards, corners around and under cabinets
 

Restrooms

Clean restrooms reflect positvely on employees, customers, and visitors. To reach this goal you need to use the right chemicals in the right way. We use chemicals which are all approved by OSHA for the prevention of transmission of disease and have minimal environmental impact. Additionally, OSHA requires that every person who cleans a restroom must have blood borne pathogen training and the opportunity to have a Hepatitis B Vaccine. We have our own instructor and train each individual on a yearly basis.

Routine cleaning involves the following tasks:

  • Removing trash & replacing can liners.
  • Refilling dispensers
  • Dusting high surfaces
  • Cleaning toilets & urinals with a nonacid bowl cleaner
  • Cleaning mirrors and other glass surfaces
  • Cleaning walls, ceiling, partitions, doors, door handles/knobs, and light switches.
  • Disinfecting all surfaces and fixtures
  • Vacuuming floor and wet mopping with a cleaner/disinfectant.

Some products combine cleaning and disenfecting ingredients into one container. These combined products work well only on surfaces that are already relatively clean. For dirty surfaces it is important to clean first, and then apply a separate disinfectant. To work well this disinfectant must remain in place for at least 10 minutes.

 

Floors

Carpet

  • We pre-treat the carpet to loosen stains and heavily soiled areas. Pre-treating the carpet allows emulsifiers to loosen stains and spills.
  • The furniture is moved, cleaned underneath, and then moved back to its original position. Carpet protectors are placed under the furniture to protect the furniture and carpet.
  • Deep cleaning removes the dirt from the base of the carpet pile and will prolong the life of the carpet. A deodorizer is used during the cleaning process at no extra charge. Drying time for the carpet is usually 4-6 hours.
  • Spot cleaners are used for most difficult stains and are included in the cleaning price.
  • We will then apply 3M Scotchgard at your request. Scothgard is a carpet protector which prevents spills from absorbing into the carpet fibers.

Tile Floors

  • We prepare floors to strip by first dust mopping the floors.
  • Apply coat of stripper and scrub with floor machine and pick up stripper with a typhoon.
  • Rinse floor until clean and dry.
  • Apply sealer to the absolutely clean and dry floor.
  • Apply second coat of sealer after drying time.
  • Apply three coats of wax with drying time between each coat.
  • Burnish to an ultra high gloss finish.

Ceramic or Stone Tile

  • We prepare floors to strip by first dust mopping the floor.
  • Apply coat of stripper and scrub with tile floor machine to clean the grout and pick up stripper with a typhoon.
  • Rinse floor until dry.
  • Apply three coats of sealer to the absolutely clean and dry floor.

Hardwood and Laminated Floors

  • We prepare floors to clean by first dust mopping the floor.
  • Clean only with wood cleaner. (never water)
  • Apply paste wax and buff.