Health and Safety

Ecoserve have an exemplary Health & Safety record. This is of paramount importance to us and we improve this through, regular staff training sessions specifically designed to encourage good working practices into the everyday systems and techniques used by all our staff. We strive to get our operatives to embrace Health & Safety as an essential part of their role and to always be looking to improve every aspect of safety for the team as a whole.

Our commitment is to operate in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work (etc.) Act 1974, The Management of Health & Safety Regulations 1999 and all other applicable regulations and codes of practice, so far as is reasonably practicable. The management will ensure that significant risks are assessed, and suitable and sufficient measures are adopted to allow each employee/contractor to carry out his/her duties safely and without risk to health. Suitable equipment will be provided and maintained in a safe condition, and safe systems of work will be devised

We are Safe Contractor and CHAS approved .

colour coding for cleaning

Why is colour coding so important?

Colour coding reduces the risk of cross-contamination during the cleaning process. The colour coding of equipment and products is a simple but important step in improving hygiene standards and helping to eliminate cross contamination. Understanding colour coding system is a vital part of our cleaners’ training and is incorporated into the day to day code of practice.

Ecoserve Cleaning adhere to a strict colour coding policy for all equipment and materials, including but not limited to cloths, buckets, mops and gloves, etc.

Colour Coding for Commercial Cleaning

  • Red: This denotes toilets and washroom areas. It can refer to materials and products used to clean toilet pans and rims, as well as urinals and the floors in this areas.
  • Yellow: This is used for clinical and Hospital areas.
  • Blue: This if for general cleaning areas like your office space. It covers areas such as classrooms, offices, corridors and receptions to name just a few.
  • Green: This is commonly found in kitchen areas or anywhere that food is prepared. It can include preparation surfaces, all catering equipment and food tech rooms.


The company has achieved many accreditation’s such us, the British Institute of Cleaning Science, ISO 9001-2015 Quality Management Systems, CHAS and Safe Contractor both designed to review and audit the health and safety policies, procedures and documentation of contractors.

certified by the british cleaning institute
safe contractor certified company
certified by Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
QMS integrated management system
london living wage employer
Financial Supplier Qualification System

Why choose Ecoserve Cleaning?

  • Strict health & safety procedures
  • Sanitation and disinfection of all touch points on every visit
  • Monthly audits to track & monitor our service delivery
  • Directly employed BICSc & Health and Safety trained cleaners
  • Competitively priced cleaning contracts with flexible work patterns
  • Extrict Colour Coding for Hygiene & COSHH focused
  • Use of eco-friendly materials and energy efficient equipment
  • Quick response to our customers needs
  • Fully insured with £10 million ELP and £5 million P&PL cover
Security & Vetting

Our cleaners must pass an enhanced DBS check on employment, wear a uniform and carry their I.D badges at all times. This way we safeguard your facility from unsuitable individuals.

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Attendance Monitoring

We record and track the attendance of our operatives to ensure your facility’s cleaning is completed on every schedule visit. This way you only pay for hours completed.

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attention to detail

Attention to detail with everything we do is an important part of our philosophy. We work very close with customers to understand their specific needs and requirements.

eco-friendly services

We work only with suppliers that are committed to contribute towards the environment by using recycled materials, environmentally friendly chemicals and energy saving equipment.