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HIGH LEVEL / CLADDING CLEANING

High Level cleaning

Whether you are a warehouse preparing for audit, a large company with important visitors or a pharmaceutical company due to have a MHRA inspection we can make the right impression first time every time.Our qualified IPAF team and specialist cleaning equipment and machinery can mobilise fast to work in or outside of hours or weekends to get the job done.

Ideally high level cleaning should be carried out on an annual basis to maintain the benefits gained and detailed above.

Cladding/exterior cleaning

The exterior of your premises is important as it gives people a first impression of your business.

Dirty signage, grubby cladding and cobwebs give a less that satisfactory impression, but we can help with this with our skilled team using professional equipment with little distruption to your working day.

  • Reduce waste from contaminated products
  • Be clean be efficient
  • IPAF trained team
  • No disruption to working processes

REGISTERED MEMBERS

ISO Cleaning Services are registered member of IPAF

IPAF – The International powered access federation

The rigorous standards of the training ensure our employees are fully committed to meeting their duty to comply with health and safety legislation, and are fully trained and licensed to operate mobile elevating platforms.

ISO Cleaning Services are registered members of the British Institue Cleaning Science

We are a member of The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BISCs). BICSc is the largest independent professional membership and educational body within the cleaning industry.

Risk Assessment and method statement

Before we commence a job we will carry out the risk assessment which identifies safety control measures that form the basis of a safe system of work. The 4 steps we stake in account are.

  • Step 1: Identify hazards, i.e. anything that may cause harm....
  • Step 2: Decide who may be harmed, and how....
  • Step 3: Assess the risks and take action....
  • Step 4: Make a record of the findings.

Then the Method statement is a written record of that safe system of work for a specific activity developed from the relevant risk assessments.

The document will be sent/handed to you for your records as requested.