House-keeping Services


Housekeeping of any place can prevent falls and chances of injuries and, thus, improve the area’s productivity. Housekeeping your shops and workplaces helps you to clean your place and increase the efficiency of your shop.

Housekeeping does not mean cleaning floors and removing dirt and dust from the foundations; it enables you to organize the entire place to keep it safe and increase its impression on the clients and customers.

Butiksstädning (Shop cleaning) is a must if you want to make your customers trust your shop and buy the products you sell. Customers feel satisfied when they enter a place and it is squeaky clean; they feel hygienic and clean.

Housekeeping a place can increase the compliance of a place, and it helps the employees or workers avoid the fines of potential prices from their salaries for not keeping the place good or safe.

This practice is being applied from small retailer shops to significant industrial places, including manufacturing companies, warehouses, and factories.

Tips for practical housekeeping of the workplace:

Prevent trips, slips, and falls:

Slips, trips, and falls are among the major leading causes of conditions and illnesses that are work-related and can keep the workers from continuing work.

Employers should opt for the best type of flooring that suits their occupation, as different effects are associated with different types of flooring. Some floorings cannot withhold certain conditions that can be related to either climatic or work-related.

Oils and grease spillage can lead to trippy and slippery floors if not cleaned properly and immediately after the spillages.

Following measures can be taken for spills:

Immediately report the spills and leakage areas, if any.

At blind spots, install mirrors or warning signboards to let the people know the blind points.

Worn out, ripped, or damaged flooring must be replaced or changed immediately.

In areas that cannot be cleaned regularly or repeatedly, install anti-slip flooring.

Moreover, placemats and rugs at places that are prone to the spillages of both oils and greases.

Eliminate fire hazards:

Employers should take an active part in keeping the place safe from all types of hazards to ensure the place’s safety and themselves.

Combustible materials and combustible waste should be disposed of appropriately off to not cause an accident even after removing the substances.

Precautionary measures that must be taken:

Keep the combustible products in amounts that are necessarily needed for work, and when they are no longer for the job, place them in a safe storage place.

Flammable products that can burn quickly, even from a little spark, should be kept in a place far away from the ignition sources.

Keep your clothes safe from combustible materials. If you think your clothes made contact with the flammable materials, immediately change your clothes to keep yourself and the place safe from fire injuries.

Small or large, the electrical boards and switches’ issues must be reported immediately to the staff responsible for ensuring the safety of the electrical appliances and panels.

Prevent falling objects:

Falling objects can cause occupational hazards if they are not taken care of or are left unchecked and unmonitored.

Tips to prevent falls:

Toe rails, toe boards, or nets must be used in order to prevent objects from falling so that they cannot hit other items or the persons that work in the place. Stack materials and boxes in a straight line; this will help them stay in place and not fall. Place heavies boxes or objects in the lower shelves so that the more massive objects form the base, and lighter items will not fall easily.

Keep aisles and walkways free from objects and boxes so that the workers can easily roam around without hitting objects on their way.

Control dust:

Dust cannot cause accidents, but if dust accumulation increases more than 1/32 of an inch or covers 5 percent of the room’s floor, it can be hazardous.

Dust accumulation can lead to explosion hazards when it exceeds the normal ranges. So, dust must be controlled through organized techniques.

Dust can be a factor of polluting the air in the workplace and can lead to breathing conditions in low immunity workers or workers with breathing issues. Try using vacuums that can clean your place and make it dirt and dust-free; industrial vacuums are power vacuums that can efficiently remove all the dust from the place.

Vacuuming is a preferred method for dirt and dust cleaning, but it is not the only method. Other techniques, like sweeping, washing with cleaners and water, can also be an efficient form of cleaning.

Wrapping It Up

Vacuums are preferred because they can clean floors, ceilings, walls, narrow spaces that cannot be accessed quickly, and machinery.

If machinery is left uncleaned, the dust can decrease machines’ lifespan and can considerably lower the efficiency and working of the devices.