Office Cleaning Tips – How To Clean Your Office

Published: 10th February 2011
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You will be shocked how quickly an office can get cluttered and messy. An office has to be cleaned properly and on a regular basis in order for the employees to be able to work properly.





An untidy office is not only distracting and uncomfortable for the people that have to spend eight hours or so there, but it also creates health and safety issues.





Here are a few office cleaning tips that will help boost the productivity of your employees, prevent accidents and sickness.





Papers





Every office has a mountain of paperwork that takes up so much room. While keeping an archive is good practice, you really don’t need to keep every document you’ve had since day one of founding your company!


Buy a big shredder and a few bin liners and whenever you have a spare moment, release your destructive side and have fun destroying that paper mountain.


Don’t forget to recycle!


Desks & Computers





These can get dusty fairly quickly, which could spell disaster for your computer if you ignore the issue for too long. Dust clogs up the cooling systems on computers and monitors, which causes overheating. This will not only slow the computer down significantly, but it could fry the motherboard to the point of no repair!


Wipe the dust away with a cloth doused in sanitizer. Never spray directly onto the computer or monitor. If your tower opens easily enough you should vacuum the inside of it while switched off, or you can buy a special spray for removing the dust inside the computer.


Telephones





Sanitize all the telephones in the office, especially the receiver. Most causes of illness in the workplace happen because of bacteria transfer from using the telephones.


Hand Sanitizers





Keep a squirt bottle of hand sanitizer on every desk and hand washes in the kitchen and bathroom.


Floors





Keep the floors clear at all times, leave nothing that could potentially trip an employee or client over. In this "sue culture" and injury lawyers lurking around every corner, you really don’t want an accident to happen on your property!





Make sure any loose cables are tucked under the desks or taped down.


Keep wet floor warning signs and make sure they’re put out if there are any spillages or the floor has been mopped.





Of course, you’re not expected to stay overtime in order to do all this office cleaning yourself. Instead, you could call a commercial cleaning company London to arrange a team for office cleaners to make the place safe and tidy.





With help of office cleaning London you can make the place more pleasant for your employees to work in and for your clients to visit.





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