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Why is a cleaning schedule important?

Whilst cleaning may not be high on staff to do lists or on the first page of many companies’ business plans, it is vitally important that some sort of system is place. In fact, many companies choose to outsource their cleaning to professionals to ensure high standards are maintained. Here are three reasons why it is important to have a cleaning schedule in the workplace:

1. So that employees know what their duties are
A well-kept workspace requires everyone within the team to do their bit to keep the building clean and tidy. A schedule clearly outlines who is responsible for what and when exactly the duty should be carried out. This means there are no excuses for not knowing what should have been done.

2. So that a record of what had been carried out is created
As well as a cleaning schedule meaning that each employee is accountable in terms of their roles and responsibilities, it also means that a written record can be created. By getting staff to sign off when each task has been carried out there is evidence that it has been done. This also allows problems to be reported should any occur.

3. To comply with legislation
In some scenarios it is a legal requirement that cleaning be carried out at specific times. For example if you are a food business, then by law surfaces need to be cleaned at regular intervals as do certain pieces of equipment. Having a schedule in place ensures that these regulations are abided by.

Webton Cleaners are based in Leeds and operate throughout the Yorkshire area. We provide a wide range of cleaning services including: window cleaning, office cleaning, floor and carpet cleaning and industrial deep cleaning. To find out more about how we can help you keep your company’s workspace clean please get in touch today on 0113 217 5763.

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