Before the announcement trade group UKHospitality (UKH) put forward a series of initial proposals designed to help pubs and other hospitality first reopen on 4 July. In the guidance, businesses clarified that they “do not wish to move ahead with reopening before the time is right” and support a phased reopening approach. However, the chief executive
We provide customers with a certificate showing your premises have been protected against Covid-19 for 30 days.
Fogging is the highly effective deep cleaning process for difficult to reach spaces and can be used on areas with porous surfaces. These are the hidden areas that can harbour viruses, pathogens and bacteria, areas such as carpets, tiled ceilings, upholstery, soft furnishings, and children’s play areas. Tests show that fogging is a highly effective method of
Square Mile are warning the public to beware of possible profiteers who are cashing in on fears over Covid-19.
The public are being targeted by organizations from outside of our established cleaning and hygiene sector, that offer products and services which appear to protect buyers from the virus but usually come with an exceptionally high mark-ups or have no guarantee that they meet the correct standards or are in any way fit for purpose. For
One good thing out of the Covid-19 crisis is that environmental and sanitary developments have seemingly rocketed overnight.
Fabrication supply companies have been quick to produce new lines of stainless steel floor and wall-mounted hand sanitising stations. It’s one thing to give your workplace a regular blast of disinfectant but how do you know if Covid-19 is there is the first place? Well… There are companies in the UK which have developed surface testing
Square Mile Cleaning’s Southwark based office cleaning company uses Fogging, which is dispensed as a fine mist spray from powerful backpacks. Director Wesley Robinson said: “Our technicians prepare the surfaces, fill their back packs, and spray the chemical in micro droplets so that it lands uniformly on the various surfaces and the common touch-points”.”Once it dries,
The workplace is going to look a touch different in the post-covid-19 lockdown era. Awareness of harmful bacteria isn’t just be for germaphobes – it’ll be everyone’s concern. That includes employers, which are currently getting workplaces ready for the return of staff to environments where infection risk lurks everywhere from hot-desking keyboards to sharing the office
With businesses in London preparing to see more of their staff returning to the workplace over the coming weeks and months, questions are being raised about how to make offices, shops, restaurants and pubs safer from the threat of the invisible virus. Unsurprisingly, we have witnessed an influx of enquiries and demands from employers regarding what