Covering all subjects including vacuum systems, mechanical scrubbing, extraction cleaning, surface disinfection spraying, power washing, drive through washes etc. these sessions are design to give the operators the correct guidance on what they are using, why it is being used and how to use it properly. By default, these sessions include Health & Safety obligations, PAT regulations (where applicable) and good practice guidelines and, as part of the course operative feedback, any internal issues that are not allowing the task to be completed properly be it physical or organisational reasons are fully identified and resolved.
Cleaning Chemical Awareness
The incorrect use or lack of understanding of how chemicals can and should be used is one of the most common negative factors within a cleaning control environment. Our input first looks at the current issues and then identities the correct solutions from the current selection/library. We then create a very simplified how to use programme that we first trial and perfect which is then delivered to the candidates in an on-site event. In addition, all involved are given a much better understanding of the basics of sustainability/environmental impact which are addressed as well as COSHH.
The Cleaning Concept
The secret of cleaning is simple – Get it clean then keep it clean and the training is designed to look at the issues faced and to create then deliver the best practices/methods for maintaining that surface or asset. Delegates are educated about the basics in terms of cleaning fluids, materials and equipment as well as given a full understanding of the difference between cleaning for appearance and cleaning for health. The discussion introduces operatives to a wider variety of cleaning methods and is a useful tool to complete real world problem solving via the Q&A section
All transport environments have a need for effective vehicle movements and yard management and our training sessions involve the creation of a bespoke parking, storage, pedestrian plan for each individual location which is then imparted to the operatives in small group sessions – Certified training needs are identified (e.g. banksman, forklift etc.) which can then be delivered by our training partners. Yard management is a constant activity that should be reviewed quarterly (if not monthly) to ensure all seasonal impacts are catered for.