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The contracts of cleaning: a few ways we can streamline communication

We place a lot of trust in those who wax, polish, scrub, wash, and buff the habitats of our lives. It is cleanliness, it is essential. Beyond an individual station to a reasonable degree, busy workers cannot and should not be expected to keep the entire workplace clean. It is simply too large of a job. So, like many companies and organisations, we contract this job out to trusted professionals who can do the job efficiently. It is their expertise to maintain a healthy and sanitised workplace.


From promoting safety, and air quality, and minimising the risks from germ contact, their importance is beyond measure.

However, every business is different, and every cleaning contract features a different set of requirements our contractors need to fulfill. Digital forms are an excellent way to improve this process, because not only does it show that the client is organised, professional, and respectful, it improves the quality of cleaning quite significantly.

This is especially true for more particular or unique processes, which a cleaner may not be familiar with particular equipment or process that a simple set of instructions can help, a general guide to the chemicals used in cleaning, should be ready and available to our contractors to ensure optimal quality is exhibited on both ends.

Don’t underestimate the complexity of cleaning materials and chemicals involved. The last thing we would want to see is a damaged or oxidized surface, a valuable machine tainted by malpractice. Implementing an org-wide digital safety sheet initiates a powerful communication process, ultimately giving tide to cleanliness inside and out.

Digital cleaning contract forms can assist with:

  • Hiring vendors
  • Keeping track of cleaning logs and quality level
  • Recording additional work or issues outside of the contract
  • Informing staff on cleaning instructions
  • Providing safety measures to minimise incidents with cleaning chemicals.