In the hospitality sector, every location is different and has their own unique requirements to ensure they keep operating at maximum performance, something that must be reflected in the cleaning strategies for these settings. Efficiency is key for cleaning in hospitality, as staff are often working to tight deadlines, so it is important to choose cleaning equipment that can keep up with this demand.
Maintaining good appearances is vital for reputations in the hospitality sector, with unclean hotel rooms, restaurants, public areas or other facilities posing risks for both the health and safety of users as well as the success of the business. Making sure customers’ and service users’ expectations for hygiene are met should be a priority.
New flexible working systems, such as hotdesking, has also created new challenges for many offices, and cleaning strategies too have had to adapt to these new requirements. Research has shown that working environments have a big impact on the productivity of employees, with disorganised or dirty surroundings negatively affecting the way people work and feel.
In education environments in particular, the state of the surroundings can have a direct effect not only on students’ health and wellbeing, but also their academic progress. Tidy and organised areas facilitate students’ success, as well as the success of the institution itself, ensuring favourable results in inspections and audits.
MF Cloth 992646
MST Kit 994289
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Areas in the Centre for Excellence in Cleaning are:
• Healthcare • QSR • Hospitality • Public Sector • Office • Assisted Living
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West Midlands, DY9 8HG, UK