Also known as Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), color coding creates a universal language that is easily and clearly understood. Assigning specific cleaning tasks to color-coded cleaning tools can drastically reduce or eliminate cross-contamination. For cleaning most surfaces, microfiber cloths, dusters and mop pads are the most effective material available.
Devise Your Own Color-Coding System
Most businesses assign color-coded cleaning tools to specific cleaning tasks. Most operations assign red tools to critical or high-risk tasks and blue is generally used for glass & mirrors. But, it’s entirely up to you, how to color-code your cleaning operations.
Make Sure Everyone is On the Same Page
Whatever color-coding system you devise, make sure everyone knows the system.
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