Disinfection of hospital wards
Hospital administrators pay great attention to the fact that they should be properly cleaned. That is why practically every day hospital wards are cleaned. Usually in the morning the corridors and floors in all hospital rooms are washed away and in the evenings the hospital corridors are washed away again. In addition, all patient cabinets and window sills and taps located in some rooms are cleaned. Hospital bathrooms and toilets are also cleaned. Particular attention is paid to the need to disinfect hospital sanitary facilities and to dry bathroom floors so that no patients slip on them. Liquid soap dispensers and toilet paper containers are also supplemented.
Cleaning company working at school
The head teacher sometimes decides to rent the entire cleaning company, especially if the school building supervised by him is very large and has many classes and other rooms. Usually, prior to the start of school classes, toilet cleaning and checking the status of classes are carried out. However, after finished lessons, floors and grated hens are washed. If necessary, the person employed in the cleaning company can sweep the floor still during the school activities. From time to time, thorough school cleaning is also carried out, combined with window cleaning and flooring. In the spring and summer season, cleaning works outside the school are also carried out.
Cleaning windows in blocks
Some cleaning teams specialize in cleaning blocks. They can be rented by estate managers or belong to some larger cleaning company. All cleaning teams mainly deal with cleaning staircases and seasonal cleaning work. Their works performed in one of the blocks usually start with sweeping, and then rub the barriers and window sills located by the windows placed on the stairwells. During nice weather, the cleaning staff take care of the windows and try to thoroughly ventilate the stairwells. They do not forget about the need to sweep the pavement in front of the block. They also look at the attic and block cellars.