We know that keeping your childcare centre clean is important because it’s part of the parents decision making process. Nobody wants their child to be playing in an unsafe or unclean environment.
Besides, it’s not just the children who would get sick, the staff can get sick too! If your childcare facility is not cleaned properly, then there is a possibility that visitors, children and teachers can become ill or weak.
We take compliance very seriously.
For our employees, this means their wellbeing, remuneration and professional development is not only something we consider a chief concern, but a responsibility. We achieve this by diligently examining procedure, keeping their certificates current and ongoing investment in the training and development of our staff.
The investment in all of these things ensures that service standards, skills, training and systems are in place to help us create value and deliver optimal results to our clients. We do all this which also helps us keep in line with industry and government standards.
Our aim is to keep our employees, clients, visitors and the public safe whilst delivering a quality service at all times.
Some of the key documents, policies and procedures include:
Ensuring our staff know and understand how to avoid potential risks and hazards associated with their day to day duties means providing them with a thorough induction process and training.
Our induction document contains all relevant Codes of Practice & Standards, potential risks and the controls put in place to manage them. As part of a site induction, employees are required to review the Risk Register and sign off on their understanding of the risks associated with the work they are undertaking.