Recently a number of Bayton staff attended the Interclean C.H.I.P. course conducted at their Sydney training centre.

During the seminar Interclean chose three volunteers, a patient, a nurse & a cleaner. Each of them had a different colour UV material placed on their hands, they were than instructed to touch the various surfaces within the rooms that are unavoidable to touch during a normal day. After this the white lights were turned off and UV lights were turned on. What we got to see is a whole lot of different coloured hand and finger prints showing clearly. We then identified the touch point surfaces that needed to be cleaned properly without spreading germs to the next area.

Each room has various types of cleaning tools that could be used to clean different surfaces, and once you have chosen the right tools and microfibre you then need to create the right trolley to hold all those tools.