Cleaning of hospital bathrooms
Cleaning hospital wards is performed by people who have been specially prepared for this type of work. They must be resistant to various diseases and have good physical fitness, because cleaning all hospital rooms can be very demanding. Practically every day cleaning of hospital bathrooms is done, which must be sterile clean and the floor in bathrooms is washed up to two or three times a day. Every other day, there is also a thorough disinfection of the tables standing next to the patients' beds, which are still wiped every morning. However, once a week or before an important medical visit, additional thorough floor cleaning is carried out.
Sanitary rooms are located in shopping malls, hospitals, schools and many public buildings. All such rooms must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Most often on the floors of such rooms there are tiles that are swept and wiped every day, while during larger rooms they can be vacuumed and cleaned using more powerful means. Cleaning crews employed in such rooms also try to clean the sanitary facilities themselves and check their general condition on a daily basis. Special attention is paid to sanitary devices installed in hospitals, because they are used by many people struggling with various diseases.
Cleaning lecture rooms
Many such universities, in which people from different parts of the country and the world learn, have even a dozen or so buildings. All these buildings must be cleaned up well, and the equipment used in them must be arranged in such a way that they do not endanger the safety of people staying in a university building. Therefore, from time to time, university buildings include cleaning crews that clean up lecture rooms and sanitary and sports facilities. Their tasks include grinding the dust, washing floors, removing spider webs that are being created, and disinfecting sanitary facilities. For this purpose, specialized equipment and strong cleaning agents are used. On the other hand, performing small cleaning works deal with the so-called conservators.