Procleanse was established to provide Care Quality Commission (CQC) and infection control standards of hygienic medical cleaning to healthcare businesses across Wirral and Merseyside.
Our team is trusted in guaranteeing your medical and dental premises is infection controlled compliant and also a clean environment. Your trust in our medical cleaning service is matched with our vigilant and bespoke schedule, vital in keeping your workplace safe and free from bacteria to ensure your business complies with infection control procedures.
We use Cleenol chemicals, tried and tested by experts in the cleaning industry, and all our equipment is disposable to reduce the risk of cross-infection and contamination and complies with HTM 01-05. As part of our medical cleaning service, we create and display a tick schedule for all members of staff and for your clients to view as proof of your compliance with the CQC and infection control guidelines. We also conduct a cleaning audit across each site to assess hygiene standards, and these results are shared with all our clients.
At Procleanse we pride ourselves on our experienced and knowledgeable team. It is our role and responsibility to provide you with a professional medical cleaning team who have been fully trained to deliver the highest standards of hygienic cleaning.
We are trusted by numerous medical practices across the Wirral and Merseyside and have been since 2009
To discuss your medical cleaning package, get in touch using our quick contact form on the right-hand side of the screen. Alternatively, if you would prefer to speak to a member of our team, contact us on 0151 659 1001.
We provide a full CQC/Infection Control file for your premises which comprises of:
- Staff handbook on infection control
- Performance cleaning schedule
- Cleaning schedule which will be completed every day, signed off by a supervisor and stored for your convenience
- Copy of a cleaning rota which is bespoke to your practice
- Hand hygiene washing and sanitising guidelines
- COSHH Sheets
- All equipment is colour coded, in line with the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA)
- National Colour Coding Scheme