All workplaces require some degree of cleaning to maintain hygiene levels as well as for aesthetic reasons.
High standards of cleanliness are important in health and adult social care premises where they are a key factor in helping to ensure that service users live with dignity and respect in pleasant surroundings.
This topic covers the main requirements and good practice for cleaning in a setting such as a residential care home. It also covers cleaning in domiciliary care agency offices and in service users’ homes.
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