Cleaning the school building
Cleaning of the school building is done by the janitor or the janitor who every day stays in school during lessons. They also try to take care of students' safety, especially in changing rooms and rooms, where children eat a second breakfast or lunches. In larger schools, sometimes clean crews are employed that take care of cleanliness. Every day they sweep the corridors, wash the floors and throw out rubbish, while at specified intervals they also deal with window cleaning, fine grating of the dust and pasturing of the floors. In the spring-summer and autumn period, the school area is also cleaned. If necessary, the grass is mown, swept pavements and undercut tree branches.
Sanitary rooms are located in shopping malls, hospitals, schools and many public buildings. All such rooms must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Most often on the floors of such rooms there are tiles that are swept and wiped every day, while during larger rooms they can be vacuumed and cleaned using more powerful means. Cleaning crews employed in such rooms also try to clean the sanitary facilities themselves and check their general condition on a daily basis. Special attention is paid to sanitary devices installed in hospitals, because they are used by many people struggling with various diseases.
Cleaning school toilets
School buildings are cleaned by special teams that deal with making thorough cleanups in large buildings. Admittedly, the caretakers deal with maintaining the schools on a daily basis, but they are not able to quickly clean all school rooms. Meanwhile, cleaning companies entering the school can clean up all classes and gyms and school toilets in one day. In the latter rooms, decent disinfection is carried out, and in addition, all sanitary facilities can be inspected. However, classes and gyms are thoroughly vacuumed and cleaned, and additionally well ventilated. Thanks to this, the dust created during the school year is removed.