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CLEANING, HYGIENE & WASHROOM

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Colour-coded Cleaning

Using

colour

codes for

hygiene

Colour-coding is

based on the idea

of designating

particular

cleaning products

and processes

to consistent

colour schemes.

It’s purpose is

to segregate

equipment and

procedures

in order to

prevent cross

contamination

in the home and

workplace.

Follow the ‘Golden Rules’ below to use 
colour-coding successfully and help 
protect human health.

1.   Make colour-coding part of 

your employee induction 
training and continuous 
training programme.

2.    Monitor the colour-coding 

system on an ongoing basis 
to make sure it remains 
effective.

3.    Always start in the cleanest, 

least contaminated area 
leaving washrooms until last.

4.   Colour-coded  products 

include mops, buckets, 
cloths, brushes, squeegees, 
dustpans, aprons, bins, bin 
bags, micro fi bre dusters etc.

Red

High risk sanitary areas such as 
toilets, urinals and washroom fl oors

Blue

Low risk general areas such as 
desk tops, window ledges, dusting & polishing

Green

Catering departments, food processing, 
food service & bar areas

Yellow

Washbasins & surfaces including 
tiled walls, mirrors, glass & metal

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