British Family Business
Establishing a colour coded cleaning system is an effective way to ensure the highest levels of hygiene and safety in your establishment. Click 'read more' for our easy to follow area assignment.
While a colour coded cleaning system is not a legal requirement, it is almost universally employed in places where hygiene is imperative, such as hospitals and care homes. With such importance now being placed on food hygiene ratings (such as the FSA), it's a good idea for bars, restaurants and all other hospitality operators to follow suit and implement a colour coded cleaning system.
There is no standardised arrangement for assigning area colours, but many places tend to adhere to the following area management:
BLUE - RESTAURANT & BAR
RED - TOILETS & WASHROOMS
YELLOW - KITCHEN & FOOD PREP
GREEN - PUBLIC AREAS
Adopting a colour coded cleaning plan, like the one above, will prevent cross contamination and ensure that your establishment can operate hygienically, in a simple-to-follow manner.
This range includes essential cleaning equipment adorned with easily identifiable colouring. Items within the section include mops, buckets, brushes, stails and cloths.