We all know that office cleanliness can reduce the spread of illnesses. But keeping your office clean doesn’t only help to reduce absenteeism, it can also increase the productivity and efficiency of your workforce.
In order to clean your office, it’s no longer just about vacuuming the carpets and clearing away used mugs at the end of the day. And that’s where smart cleaning comes in!
Explore how smart cleaning can specifically help you below:
Scenario 1: Clean smarter, not harder, to maintain healthy employees
Typical cleaning schedules are often based simply on the amount of time that has passed since the last clean, as opposed to how many times the space has been used.
This increases the chance of places such as toilets or meeting rooms being left unclean for longer until it's time for the next cleaning cycle, creating a cause for concern when it comes to the potential viral transmission and spread of illnesses around the office.
We make things a whole lot easier for you by installing sensors that measure real-time and historic occupancy data. By monitoring the number of times a room has been used, you can determine when cleaning is actually required based on the number of uses of that room exceeding a predetermined threshold.
This allows you to clean rooms as soon as it becomes necessary, to help reduce the spread of illness and keep your employees healthy.
Scenario 2: Flexible and responsive cleaning schedules to optimize resources
Even if you’re using a killer rota or timing plan, your manual cleaning schedule probably still has some inefficiencies - cleaning rooms that have only been used a few times since the last clean or having too many cleaning staff around on days where not many people are in.
All of this has an onward impact on the operating efficiency in your building, which could then impact your operating costs - paying cleaning staff for unnecessary cleaning times, for example.
With our solution, you can uncover more trend-based insights to understand the frequency that areas are being used and at what specific times.
Then with these insights, you can create a more flexible, responsive and effective cleaning schedule in line with when cleaning is needed the most.