Are Your Office Cleaning Practices Good Enough?

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Every now and then we turn on the news and hear about the spread of one infection or another. A few months ago a Middle Eastern version of coronavirus was reported to the World Health Organisation. This is just one example – there are many other infections and illnesses that are caught and have the potential to spread on a daily basis.

This should be inspiration enough to ensure your own premises are as clean as they can possibly be. Different businesses have different requirements when it comes to cleaning. For example a medical environment will have much higher standards as laid down by the Care Quality Commission than the average office. However there is no excuse for not keeping your working environment as clean as possible.

Now is the time to check how clean your premises really are

Even if you have already hired a cleaning team to take care of this aspect of your working day, it is a good idea to check how good a job they are doing. If you haven’t got a professional cleaning team in place yet, make sure you give it serious consideration. Even if you only have a small office and a small team of people working for you, it will need cleaning from time to time. If this is left to everyone else to do, the standards of cleanliness will not be as good as they could otherwise be. After all, there are always ‘better’ things to do, aren’t there?

Check your office now and make the decision to contact ProCare Cleaning if you need assistance.

Procare Sponsor Toddington Young Musician Competition

Toddington Music SocietyToddington Music Society organise a Young Musicans of the Year Competition annually and this year Procare Cleaning were happy and proud to help sponsor the event.  The adjudicator was Karen Stephenson who plays in the Philharmonia Orchestra and BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and is regularly invited to guest as principal celloist for numerous orchestras including the BBC Concert Orchestra.  She is also a tutor for The National Youth Orchestra.

There were six contestants soloing, the youngest being 15 and the oldest was 18, they played the horn, trumpet, flute, piano, cello and one sang.  The event was won by two people this year shared between Benjamin Goldscheider who is in the third round of this years Young Musican of the Year Competition and played the horn and Neil Martin who played the cello.

All six contestants performed beautifully and it was a very difficult and close decision.