Colour Coded Cleaning Equipment & Supplies for Cleaners
A janitorial colour coding system will help prevent cross contamination during the cleaning process
The colour coding of cleaning equipment is a simple but important step that will make a large contribution to hygiene standards. View all our colour coded products by clicking HERE >
Implementing a colour coded cleaning regime
Whilst not a legal requirement, colour coding is considered good practice when cleaning commercial premises, especially given the importance of infection control.
The professional cleaning industry has a widely used colour-coding system for all relevant cleaning equipment which should be used in the areas identified by the various colours used, these being Blue, Green, Red and Yellow.
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GREEN: Suitable for general food and bar use
All kitchen areas within an establishment should use green equipment. (However, in a commercial kitchen, there are usually toilets, offices and storerooms etc. - the other relevant colours should still be adopted, where food is not prepared).
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RED: Suitable for sanitary fittings & washroom floors
To be used in areas considered to be a high risk in relation to the spread of infection, notably sanitary fittings within toilets, washrooms, wet changing areas, showers etc, including all associated fixtures and fittings.
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YELLOW: Suitable for wash basins and washroom surfaces
Should be used in washroom areas for cleaning all fixtures, fittings and surfaces that are not considered critical in terms of infection.These include worktops, doors, pipework, towel dispensers, sinks and basins.
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Colour Coded Wallchart
Have you seen the full range of Jangro Wallcharts?
In addition to the colour coded wall chart, the range includes a dulition wall chart, infection control charts as well area specific wall charts that covers what surfaces should be cleaned and when to clean.
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