Cleaning for Health

By staying up to date of the latest trends in cleaning and sanitation, Caretaking has made a number of physical and procedural changes to reduce the spread of germs that can cause illness.

Some of these changes are visible and directly affect users such as the no-touch towel dispensers, which greatly reduces the risk of cross contamination in washrooms, and using microfiber cloths and mops that can pick up and hold small particles and help rid of dirt and bacteria as small as four microns.

Other changes are not as obvious but still directly affect the users such as training Caretaking staff to clean touch zones like classroom desks, door handles, light switches and other frequently touched surfaces.