Millennium Contract Cleaning was founded by Geoff and Vicky Lovatt in 1996. Since that date we have built up an enviable reputation over the last 24 years. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide a professional and speedy service at all times, whilst maintaining the highest quality of work. We cover all aspects of Commercial and Domestic Cleaning and have invested in all the latest cleaning technologies in order to ensure we are able to offer you the highest level of Cleaning and Decontamination Services possible. We are fully insured and use the latest Virus Elimination Machinery and Chemicals in order to disinfect a home, office or building for any infectious disease cleaning, including full COVID-19 disinfection.'
We offer a full Covid-19 Office Deep Clean. The Super Antiviral Disinfectant we use provides a powerful formulation that kills a range of pathogenic viruses in under 5 minutes. The safe formula is suitable for use on most non-porous surfaces and when used as directed, leaves treated surfaces safe for human contact. It is Independently tested February 2020 to European Standard BS EN 14476 against Coronavirus
In order to maintain the highest level of hygiene we recommend ULV Fogging be carried out either daily, several times a week or weekly. This can be incorporated as part of our regular cleaning with you. All technicians are equipped with Personal Protective Equipment.
Our Professional Staff will provide you with a dedicated cleaning service. We always try to use both eco-friendly and non animal tested products where possible. We will leave your office clean and spotless for a healthier environment. We are also aware that some employees are sensitive to certain chemicals and cleaning solutions and will work with you in order to alleviate this where possible.
As coronavirus spreads around the globe, millions of people are being told to wash their hands.
But your hands aren’t the only things you need to keep clean. Researchers have found that the virus can remain on cardboard, copper, plastic and steel from hours to days.
Regular cleaning of surfaces within the home effective disinfectants is another weapon in the fight against the virus that causes COVID-19. Infectious disease experts say that doing so can help reduce the spread of the illness.
We take great pride in every job we undertake. We are Safe Contractor Approved and we maintain an ongoing CPD training program. We have also received training in Infection Control & Prevention which is recognised by ROSPA.
We have over 24 years experience in the Commercial Cleaning Industry. We follow strict Health & Safety Protocol at all times and we are also SafeContractor Approved
You can set the contract term lengths of our service to suit you.
Our specialist team will do everything, to make communication with you as easy as possible. Payment for our service can be made by both Credit and Debit Card when on site at your location.
To clean something means to remove all of the visible contaminations on the surface, including dirt, spills, food particles, dust, etc., by washing, brushing, or wiping the area. This process is surface level and does not eliminate germs but can help reduce their numbers. This is expected to be the first step in the cleansing process. Common cleaning products include:
Sanitising also KILLS GERMS, but not as many as disinfecting. Sanitizing means to reduce the amount of microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, and fungi on a surface after it has been cleaned. The sanitiser used must reduce the number of bacteria to the level that is deemed safe by the HSE.
Although sanitising reduces the growth of harmful bacteria, it does not kill all of the viruses on a surface. Sanitising is meant to be used as a preventative measure and is an extremely important practice in restaurants, schools, offices, and hospitals. Every surface that comes into contact with food should be sanitised regularly, often several times a day
The difference between sanitising and disinfecting is based on the amount of bacteria each process eliminates. While sanitising is meant to kill the majority of germs, it cannot make antiviral claims. Disinfecting is more potent than sanitising and can kill nearly 100% of bacteria, viruses, and fungi while targeting specific disease-carrying microorganisms like the flu virus, norovirus, and coronavirus.
Because disinfecting is more intense than sanitising, disinfectant will often be used in areas with a vulnerable population, such as healthcare facilities and daycare centers. Sanitising would be enough for foodservice items such as table tops and cutting boards, but a disinfectant would be needed for places like bathrooms and fitness centers. To disinfect means to kill specific viruses and pathogens on a surface using a disinfectant. These cleaning agents must kill 99.999% of infectious bacteria, viruses, and fungi within a 5-10 minute period. It is recommended to disinfect frequently touched surfaces. Bathrooms should always be disinfected due to the pathogens those surfaces can harbour that can lead to the spread of disease. Common disinfectants include:
Although the terms are used interchangeably, there are differences between disinfecting and sterilising. Disinfecting eliminates nearly 100% of viruses and bacteria on surfaces, while sterilising will kill all of the viruses, bacteria, fungi, and bacterial spores on an item. The entire focus is on killing the virus, utilizing foggers, whilst wearing PPE with total body
protection and full-face respirators
While disinfecting is useful in most settings and on regularly touched surfaces, sterilising is usually just reserved for instruments used in medical facilities and hospital settings.
The new 2015 C100+ ULV cold fogger has been redesigned to offer the ultimate in fogging performance.
One of the most powerful and durable ULV machines of its size in the market, the C100+ has been equipped with a new air intake, reducing the core temperature of the fogger by 28%, enhancing its performance in long working conditions. Fitted with a new larger 4 litre tank and our exclusive 1250 Watt Samsung motor, this fogger can produce a powerful flow rate between 30-60 LPH and can easily cover an area of 100 m2 in less than a minute. With an adjustable droplet size between 5-50 microns and spray distance of up to 8 metres at an angle of up to 80°, this fogger will be able to perform the most demanding of jobs with ease.
We have received full SafeContractor Accreditation. This enables us to demonstrate to our Clients the high standard of Health & Safety we have attained. Finding a commercial cleaning company that will provide a reliable service at a competitive price is not easy. There are certain things to consider including reputation, cost, locality and compliance with health and safety legislation.
Whilst the cleaning company is responsible for compliance, building owners and people responsible for overseeing the cleaning at their workplace have a responsibility to their employees, colleagues, customers and the general public.
Legislation also states those people who oversee the cleaning service must also take the necessary steps to ensure that their service provider complies with legislation, in particular
Safecontractor is a health and safety assessment scheme to help Cleaning Companies.
Why choose a Safe Contractor Approved Cleaning Company?
Safecontractor was established and set up as a government approved scheme, to reassure prospective and future clients that the schemes members were appropriately insured and that all affiliated members had their health and safety certificates and accreditations up to date and in order.
With over 20,000 members, Safecontractor is now the fastest growing health and safety accreditation scheme in the UK.
Any company can join the scheme. To become an affiliated member, an annual assessment is carried out. Certain topics are audited and assessed including;
• Health and Safety Policy
• Compliance with Work at Height Regulations
• Health and Safety Responsibilities
• Risk Assessments and Method Statements including examples
• Manual Handling
• First Aid and Accident Reporting
• Control and Arrangements for Measuring Subcontractors
Infection control and prevention is essential for Millennium Contract Cleaning as our work activities could put employees at risk of passing on or contracting an infection. Infections are easily passed on, but equally easy to avoid if everyone on the premises takes proper preventative action.
We therefore undertake an infection control course that covers the sources of microorganisms and how infectious bacteria transfer between hosts. This includes proper hand washing procedures, cleaning activities, and waste disposal.
Developed by health and safety professionals
Accredited by CPD and Approved by RoSPA
Accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to universally accepted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
This is also approved by RoSPA, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, as providing quality and content-approved training.
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