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Making training a top priority


Gill Ireson, Head of Sales at Robert Scott, discusses the business’ key learnings and recommendations for keeping staff up to date on cleaning products and techniques.


Modern cleaning presents an ever- evolving set of challenges, from new health and safety requirements to keeping abreast of cleaning techniques and products. A great deal of thought, research and expertise is invested into the cleaning process, ensuring that standards and regulations are consistently met.


Our Clean Team works with companies and organisations throughout the UK, evaluating existing regimes and product inventories, and advising on areas for improvement, as well as any potential issues regarding health and safety, making recommendations on the most effective products for the individual environment. Sustainability is also front- and-centre for many businesses, which extends to the cleaning regimen.


When Nottingham-based restaurant Alchemilla opened its doors, its owner was determined to operate as a sustainable business – cleaning programme included. Our Clean Team worked with Alchemilla to complete a cleaning product audit, advising on a system and set of products that limited the use of chemicals. Ultimately the restaurant installed the Toucan Eco cleaning system, which is now used to clean all front of house areas as well as parts of the kitchen, limiting the use of multi-purpose cleaning and disinfecting chemicals.


As well as supporting the restaurant’s sustainability objectives and improving


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