At Namoli, we recognise the critical role that environmental cleaning plays in healthcare settings for preventing and controlling infections. With our team of expert cleaners, we are committed to helping medical facilities adhere to the Australian Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare, as well as jurisdictional requirements. Our primary focus is on delivering exceptional cleanliness and sanitation to your facility.

Our Approach

Commitment to Infection Control and Safety

Our team incorporates a blend of general-purpose and TGA-approved disinfectants into our cleaning processes, crucial for minimising Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and ensuring a safe environment for both patients and staff.

Our Commitment to Effective Infection Control in Medical Cleaning

We leverage powerful disinfectants and employ sustainable practices, like using long-lasting microfibre mops and cloths, to ensure comprehensive infection control.

Customised Cleaning Plans

Understanding that each medical facility has its unique challenges, we collaborate closely with our clients. Our adaptability extends to accommodating requests for single-use cleaning implements where necessary, balancing cost with client preferences and regulatory compliance.

Cleaning Procedures

Daily cleaning
Our team follows a comprehensive daily cleaning routine that includes dusting, mopping, and wiping down surfaces. We pay special attention to high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, and handrails to minimise the risk of infection.

Terminal cleaning
When a patient is discharged, our team performs a thorough terminal cleaning of their room and other areas they may have occupied. This includes deep cleaning of surfaces, floors, and fixtures to ensure that all traces of bacteria and viruses are eliminated.

We use TGA-approved disinfectants and follow proper application procedures to ensure that high-touch surfaces are properly disinfected. Our team is trained to identify areas that require extra attention and to use the appropriate disinfectants to eliminate any potential sources of infection.

The table lists the high-touch surfaces commonly found in most medical facilities.

Training & Safety

  • Risk Management Strategy: We train our staff on how to dispose sharps properly in case they have been put into general waste by a health professional accidentally. This allows the entire team to significantly reduce injuries. We also incorporate these precautionary measures in our Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) as part of our risk management strategy. This training enhances workplace safety but will only be implemented in case of an emergency.
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE): Our team uses appropriate PPE to protect themselves and others from infection. This includes gloves, gowns, masks, and other protective gear as needed.
  • Safety protocols: We take safety seriously and follow strict protocols to minimise the risk of accidents and injuries. Our team is trained in proper lifting techniques and uses warning signs to alert others to potential hazards.

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Implementing best practices for medical cleaning

Medical Facility Risk Cleaning Assessment

Risk assessments are regularly conducted to safeguard our workers and clients from harm. Our team is trained to identify and swiftly manage areas needing extra attention.

Compliance with Workplace Health and Safety Act

Best practice methodology is used to comply with regulations set by the Workplace Health and Safety Act.

Transparency and Environmental Commitment

We utilise a time-tracking and auditing process to deliver complete transparency throughout our services, and our environmentally friendly methods reflect our commitment to the health of your staff and patients.

Feedback & Improvement

We use feedback to continuously improve our services, open communication and working closely with our clients ensure their needs are met.

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Workplace health & safety for medical cleaning services

We are dedicated to providing high-quality hospital cleaning services, prioritising infection control and safety. Namoli provides specialised services for hospitals and healthcare facilities, featuring an experienced team, customised cleaning methods, and colour-coded techniques following strict Australian Health Guidelines to ensure a clean, safe environment.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you protect the health and safety of your patients and staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Namoli’s 4R’s of commercial cleaning?

    A set of principles Namoli refers to as the 4Rs of commercial cleaning intends to improve infection prevention and cleaning efficacy in healthcare settings. They include:

    • The Right Areas: Customising cleaning schedules to each site, adhering to Australian healthcare cleaning standards
    • The Right Time: Using industry-specific software and digital checklists to oversee cleaning schedules and provide comprehensive tracking of services
    • The Right Training: Namoli ensures all cleaners are certified in infection control, especially for healthcare settings
    • The Right Chemicals & Equipment: TGA-certified chemicals and color-coded equipment to ensure cross-contamination risk is lowered
  • What is “Sharps”?

    “Sharps” in healthcare settings include instruments like needles, syringes, and blades that have come in contact with body fluids. They create a risk of transferring infections through laceration, puncture, etc. It’s imperative proper handling and disposal of sharps are practised in hospitals to reduce the risk of injury and infection.

  • What are colour-coded techniques?

    Colour-coded cleaning is a guide using equipment for specific areas in medical facilities, aligning with Australian standards. This approach minimises cross-contamination risks in healthcare settings.

    • Red: high-risk areas where contamination from bodily fluids is probable i.e. toilets
    • Blue: low-risk general areas i.e. wards, waiting rooms
    • Green: catering and food preparation areas
    • Yellow: isolation rooms i.e. treating infectious diseases
    • White: specialist cleaning and disinfection i.e. clinical areas and operating theatres.