Cleaning Audits And Training Courses

Chemical Solutions offer a different range of training and auditing packages.
Each one can be tailored to your unique demands as we work to offer a course that is right for you

This can include

  • An Auditing of the cleanliness of your property

  • An Audit of your cleaning staff

  • C.O.S.H.H Regulation Awareness (The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) 

  • Health And Safety Training

  • Cleaning And Maintenance Training

  • Basic Cleaning Staff Training

  • How to use products in an efficient and cost effective manner

  • How to deal with hazardous incidents in the correct way

Each training course generally involves a presentation by one of our managers, followed by a simple test that all cleaning staff must undertake. Then the results of the tests are examined and those that have an acceptable level of knowledge are awarded with a certificated, certifying that they are capable of working in a safe and suitable, hazard free manner.

Below is a brief description of each training course that we offer, but as previously stated, each one can be manipulated to your means.


Cleaning Audit

It is good to have a cleaning audit at least once a year. It helps to have a separate identity come into your organisation and give a fresh point of view on the cleanliness of your establishment.
When you work day in and day out in the same place it is sometimes easy to miss opportunities to improve and can even lower your standards without realizing.

We offer a cleaning auditing process where we come to your place of work and fill out a form assessing each area of the property, giving a cleanliness rating and whether or not there is room for improvement. The results are then handed back to you, along with a personal review from us, and it is up to you what you choose to do with the auditing information.
You could go on to book one of our training courses, or you can choose to go in a different direction all together.


COSHH Awareness Training and Health And Safety Training

C.O.S.H.H stands for 'The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health.
It is a regulatory guide that is used across Europe to help identify the hazards of cleaning chemicals.
It is important that ALL members of the cleaning staff are aware of the regulations and able to identify each COSHH symbol and the hazard it symbolizes. 
This should always be taught as part of an extended health and safety course to ensure that not only do all members of staff work in a safe and hazard free manner, but that they also know how to deal with a dangerous situation if one presents itself.
We offer a short training course that will help teach your cleaning staff the meaning of each symbol and how to deal with the related hazardous situation if one may occur.

Cleaning And Maintenance Training

This isnt Health and Safety training. We arent going to show you how to lift a box.
This is our EXCLUSIVE Cleaning And Maintenance Training.

Many cleaners have never really had much training.
As a result, they often use the wrong products, too much or too little of a product, or simply use them in the wrong way.
This costs your business money. Lots of money.

The idea of our Cleaning And Maintenance Training is to train your staff to be able to recognize the suitable products for a job, and to use them in the most efficient and cost effective manner.

For example, a lot of staff simply pour their cleaning chemical straight from the bottle.
BUT if you applied a pelican pump to your bottle, not only could the cleaner use the correct dosage, but they are completely eliminating waste by using the product efficiently.

Thousands of buildings have problems with their plumbing systems and spend small fortunes in constant repairs and maintenance.
But did you know that using certain toilet paper can cause your toilets to frequently clog?
A simple paper test can determine whether or not your toilet paper is suitable for your plumbing system, and using the correct one could save you all those repair costs.

Out of all of the cleaners we have tested thus far, over 50% wrongly answered basic questions on dealing with hazardous products and what to do if an incident occurs, and over 82% were using products ineffectively.

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