The Singapore government is currently conducting office checks to ensure that companies are well-equipped, prepared and following safety and hygiene guidelines during Covid-19. Pandemic preparedness plans are also being implemented and updated, in case the situation becomes critical. It is prudent for employers to ensure that their workplaces are as safe as possible during Covid-19.
Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) now requires all companies to ensure cleanliness of workplace premises as part of their Safe Management Measures Plan. Companies can choose to carry out the cleaning themselves or consider outsourcing the cleaning job to a professional cleaning company. Either ways, here are some simple guidelines on must-dos to ensure proper office cleaning is carried out.
Coming back to the office post Circuit Breaker and concerned about the cleanliness of your office space and how you’re going to maintain it regularly? Here are some tips on how to go about cleaning your office space and why you should consider outsourcing your cleaning services to a professional cleaning company.
The Singapore government has announced that it will lift the Circuit Breaker in a three phased approach after 1 June. Along with this, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has put in place requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace after the Circuit Breaker period. Companies will now need to step up cleaning of workplace premises by ensuring regular cleaning of common spaces, particularly areas with high human contact as well as general public access areas such as lifts, pantries, toilets and bin areas. Companies must also ensure that cleaning agents such as hand soaps, toilet paper etc. are available at all toilet and handwash stations, and that disinfectant agents like hand sanitizers are installed at all human traffic stoppage points within the work place.