Cleaning is a process not just a product
Tips for Sanitation
Make sure you have the proper tools to get the job done efficiently.
Replace worn out tools when needed.
Anytime a piece of equipment will reduce the time it takes to get the job done, it should be strongly considered.
Sanitation needs to be a top priority for your facility to remain healthy.
Choosing the right products
Choose products that are Pet/User friendly
Make sure products are surface safe & non-corrosive
Control your consumption and save time by using a metered dispenser
Choose a product the staff likes using
Stick to a plan
Make a plan for sanitation
Crate an SOCP (standard operating cleaning procedure) for three cleaning situations
Daily Cleaning - simple effective before and after business hours
Spot Cleaning - Quick/safe during business hours
Detail cleaning - More thorough/scheduled time
Keep these steps simple and concise for the best results,
Animal Care Facilities use extensive amounts of manual labor and labor costs are one of the biggest
expenses. Our sanitation consultants are available to help you create a plan based on the unique needs
of your facility. We can help your facility reduce labor costs, reduce cross contamination, save money,
increase OSHA compliance and promote efficiency.
Call today for a free consultation with one of our sanitation experts