Hospitals Planned and Emergency Cleans, Available 24/7

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Sylvia Clark,

“Ideal Response rose to the challenge. On more than one occasion they had to work over a weekend, completing the work in order for the department to be up and running first thing Monday morning. Work was then checked and signed off as satisfactory.”

Hospitals

  • Planned and Emergency Cleans, Available 24/7
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  • Domestic customers

Keeping a hospital clean, as well as CQC and infection control compliant, can be a daunting task. Because we understand the challenges hospitals face, we have tailored services to address specific issues. We will thoroughly decontaminate and sanitise contaminated areas, and our industry-leading technology is strong enough to eliminate bacteria as strong as anthrax, yet remains gentler than household bleach.

Common cleaning services we offer to Hospitals

From Norovirus to Novichok, it’s imperative to public health that strict cleaning and decontamination regimes are put in place to protect staff, patients, and visitors.

Virus Sanitation / Infection Control Cleaning

An outbreak of norovirus or MRSA is a nightmare for any healthcare setting. Quick action needs to be taken to avoid further infection and prevent a risk to public health. And unfortunately, it can happen anywhere, even despite best efforts to prevent it.

Hand hygiene is lacking across the UK in general, with just under half of males and just over half of females admitting to washing their hands after going to the toilet. So despite best efforts, you cannot be entirely confident that visitors or even patients at your hospital are following best practice when it comes to washing their hands.

A cleaning regime which is bespoke to your specific needs is the key to fully eliminating harmful viruses and complying with infection control policies while keeping patients and the public safe.

Periodic Cleaning and Compliance Cleaning

Avoiding healthcare associated infections should be high on any hospital’s list of priorities. And by adopting a periodic cleaning regime, you can help maintain compliance with CQC standards of cleanliness.

During a CQC inspection, we understand the pressures you’ll be facing. An external specialist hygiene cleaning provider can assist with cleanliness and infection control compliance by carrying out periodic deep cleans, and in the run-up to the inspection itself, can help to get the environment up to standard. They should also be able to provide all the documentation, scheduling and breakdowns required to satisfy the CQC inspection.

Vehicle Decontamination

It’s not just brick and mortar facilities that are in need of hygiene cleans and decontamination. Ambulances and other emergency response vehicles such as motorbikes and single responder cars are also prone to suffering from contamination – whether it’s from bodily fluids or cross contamination while treating patients.

When an emergency happens, it’s not always clear what or who’s involved. So it’s imperative that a thorough cleaning regime is in place to combat all scenarios to keep staff safe, and to help prevent cross contamination.

At Ideal Response, we offer a ‘red clean’ level of service which is specifically designed to eliminate contaminants in severe cases where there has been a patient or individual with confirmed Tuberculosis (TB), C.Diff, Norovirus, E.coli or HIV. All traces of blood, bodily fluids, and lingering odours are effectively eradicated and the vehicle is left completely decontaminated, clean and sanitised.

Hazardous and Trauma Cleaning

Hospitals by their very nature encounter many scenarios where blood and bodily fluids are spilt across the environment, or where patients are suffering from contagious diseases and viruses – such as Tuberculosis. Sometimes, spillages of bodily fluids and blood can contain bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B and HIV, so in the event of a spill, correct action is absolutely imperative to ensure the safety of all involved.

While bleach may be effective at killing HIV, Hepatitis is much hardier. In order to effectively kill the virus, it requires much stricter conditions. Due to continued pressure on the NHS, its staff, and turnaround times, this is, unfortunately, something that cannot always be done to the required standard.

And then there are the rare scenarios where a hospital suddenly finds itself dealing with patients infected with anthrax, the novichok agent or something equally dangerous. With chemical and biological warfare threats on the increase, it’s more important now than ever to have a solid decontamination plan in place – something which in-house cleaning just cannot even begin to deal with.

Click here to learn more about our trauma and biohazard cleaning service.

Other ways we can help:

  • Sewage Cleaning
  • Hazardous Cleaning
  • Brick and Stone Cleaning
  • Car Park Cleaning
  • Mould Removal
  • Odour Removal
  • Window Cleaning
  • Large Scale Floor Cleaning
  • Ceiling Cleaning
  • Atrium and Stairwell Cleaning
  • Confined Space Cleaning
  • Water Damage Restoration
  • Fire Restoration

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Sylvia Clark,

“Ideal Response rose to the challenge. On more than one occasion they had to work over a weekend, completing the work in order for the department to be up and running first thing Monday morning. Work was then checked and signed off as satisfactory.”

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    Hospitals

    Keeping a hospital clean, as well as CQC and infection control compliant, can be a daunting task. Because we understand the challenges hospitals face, we have tailored services to address specific issues. We will thoroughly decontaminate and sanitise contaminated areas, and our industry-leading technology is strong enough to eliminate bacteria as strong as anthrax, yet remains gentler than household bleach.

    Common cleaning services we offer to Hospitals

    From Norovirus to Novichok, it’s imperative to public health that strict cleaning and decontamination regimes are put in place to protect staff, patients, and visitors.

    Virus Sanitation / Infection Control Cleaning

    An outbreak of norovirus or MRSA is a nightmare for any healthcare setting. Quick action needs to be taken to avoid further infection and prevent a risk to public health. And unfortunately, it can happen anywhere, even despite best efforts to prevent it.

    Hand hygiene is lacking across the UK in general, with just under half of males and just over half of females admitting to washing their hands after going to the toilet. So despite best efforts, you cannot be entirely confident that visitors or even patients at your hospital are following best practice when it comes to washing their hands.

    A cleaning regime which is bespoke to your specific needs is the key to fully eliminating harmful viruses and complying with infection control policies while keeping patients and the public safe.

    Periodic Cleaning and Compliance Cleaning

    Avoiding healthcare associated infections should be high on any hospital’s list of priorities. And by adopting a periodic cleaning regime, you can help maintain compliance with CQC standards of cleanliness.

    During a CQC inspection, we understand the pressures you’ll be facing. An external specialist hygiene cleaning provider can assist with cleanliness and infection control compliance by carrying out periodic deep cleans, and in the run-up to the inspection itself, can help to get the environment up to standard. They should also be able to provide all the documentation, scheduling and breakdowns required to satisfy the CQC inspection.

    Vehicle Decontamination

    It’s not just brick and mortar facilities that are in need of hygiene cleans and decontamination. Ambulances and other emergency response vehicles such as motorbikes and single responder cars are also prone to suffering from contamination – whether it’s from bodily fluids or cross contamination while treating patients.

    When an emergency happens, it’s not always clear what or who’s involved. So it’s imperative that a thorough cleaning regime is in place to combat all scenarios to keep staff safe, and to help prevent cross contamination.

    At Ideal Response, we offer a ‘red clean’ level of service which is specifically designed to eliminate contaminants in severe cases where there has been a patient or individual with confirmed Tuberculosis (TB), C.Diff, Norovirus, E.coli or HIV. All traces of blood, bodily fluids, and lingering odours are effectively eradicated and the vehicle is left completely decontaminated, clean and sanitised.

    Hazardous and Trauma Cleaning

    Hospitals by their very nature encounter many scenarios where blood and bodily fluids are spilt across the environment, or where patients are suffering from contagious diseases and viruses – such as Tuberculosis. Sometimes, spillages of bodily fluids and blood can contain bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B and HIV, so in the event of a spill, correct action is absolutely imperative to ensure the safety of all involved.

    While bleach may be effective at killing HIV, Hepatitis is much hardier. In order to effectively kill the virus, it requires much stricter conditions. Due to continued pressure on the NHS, its staff, and turnaround times, this is, unfortunately, something that cannot always be done to the required standard.

    And then there are the rare scenarios where a hospital suddenly finds itself dealing with patients infected with anthrax, the novichok agent or something equally dangerous. With chemical and biological warfare threats on the increase, it’s more important now than ever to have a solid decontamination plan in place – something which in-house cleaning just cannot even begin to deal with.

    Click here to learn more about our trauma and biohazard cleaning service.

    Other ways we can help: