The Impact of Interior Design on Hospital Cleaning in Australia

Hospital Cleaning in Australia

Interior design is not only limited to homes but hospitals also need interior design. Researches recognized the interior design as the best practice for health facilities.
Research also indicates that careful planning and design can have a positive impact on hospital staff and patient outcomes. It is the interior designers who can make the important job of Hospital Cleaning in Australia and disinfecting health facilities easier. And the healthcare-acquired infection can be reduced and saving lives and billions of dollars per year.
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We have surveyed hospital interior design Hospital cleaning and here are the outcomes:

  1. How does your staff clean around users in a 24-hours use area?

75% of the managers answered with this,’ ask guests to relocate as they are Hospital cleaning’ and 25% of managers answered with the option ‘other’.

  1. What is your method for Hospital Cleaning in Australia?

50% of the managers answered that they use a hot water extraction solution to clean upholstery. And 25% answered they use a chemical cleaner in a wipe and 25% answered “other”.
Here, I would like to tell you that cleaning solutions vary from facility to facility and environment to environment within the same facility. For example, the interior design of the operation theatre and the outdoor patient area has both require completely different Hospital cleaning methods within the same roof. For the best use and long maintenance, designers can educate the hospital staff.

  1. Do you use a contractor for cleaning upholstery and carpeting?

25% of managers answered with “yes” and 75% don’t use a contractor.

  1. What is the method for cleaning patient rooms between patients?

The answer is, 75% of managers use a bleach solution to clean between patients but 25% answered “other”.

  1. Are water sources for cleaning easily accessible?

100% of managers answered “yes”. But we encourage less use of water, instead use different micro-fibre pads for each room cleaned.

  1. How important is furniture placement to the ease of cleaning a space?

Every single manager answered “yes”. They all agreed that furniture can play a vital role in the ease of cleaning a space.

  1. Does your staff have to move furniture to clean the space?

All the manager staff agreed that we have to move our furniture to clean the space.

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  1. Do you have a floor plan to use to put furniture back in place at the end of your shift?

Here the interesting answer is 50-50. 50% of managers have a floor plan to use to put furniture back in place at the end of cleaning and vice versa.

  1. If yes, does your staff use them and find them helpful? Or, if not, do you think your staff would find a floor plan to be useful for replacing furniture after cleaning?

75% of staff agreed on finding floor plans helpful to use to replace the furniture after cleaning and on the other side, 25% staff don’t think so.

  1. How are your cleaning supplies stored?

All the managers agreed that they keep their cleaning supplies in a centrally locked closet on the same floor.

  1. On average, how many different cleaners are used to clean a patient unit?

Seventy-five per cent of staff uses 1-3 different cleaners are used to clean a patient unit while 2 twenty-five per cent staff managers use 3-5 different cleaners to clean a patient unit.

  1. Are you concerned about any physical illness or symptoms as a result of the cleaners used in your facility?

Surprisingly, 100% of managers answered that they are not concerned about any physical illness or symptoms as a result of the cleaners used in their facility.

  1. Would you prefer to use fewer different cleaners if possible, to still clean effectively?

Not all but 75% agreed on using fewer different cleaners, if possible, to clean effectively if it didn’t compromise cleaning. On the other side, the remaining 25% didn’t prefer to use fewer different cleaners.
These are the designers who will come forward and select the best materials that can be cleaned with the same method.

  1. Do you train staff to know what cleaner to use for what surface?

Yes, they all agreed that they do train staff to know what cleaner to use for what surface and designers can do this job very well.

  1. Do any of the cleaners used require special safety precautions?

75% of managers tick “yes” and they use cleaners with keeping in mind all the precautions. On the other hand, 25% think they didn’t require any special safety precautions.

  1. Is your facility concerned with the environmental impact of the chemical used to clean the space?

Seventy-five per cent agreed that they are deeply concerned with the environmental impact of the chemical used to clean the space but 25% don’t care.
Prime Curtain Cleaning especially focuses on hospital cleaning services. We have a top professional team who have more than five years of experience in cleaning and maintaining hospital interior design such as carpets, sofas, curtains, blinds, and drapes. Our services are not only limited to this, we provide a range of services like onsite/offsite cleaning for residential and commercial, dry cleaning, deep steam cleaning, window blinds cleaning, drapes cleaning, and curtain pressing and maintenance. Also, we are offering 20% off for the first order.