Tanzifco shows its colours for World Toilet Day

Colour-coded cleaning promoted to prevent cross-contamination

Colour-coded cleaning helps cut down on cross-contamination, says Tanzifco.
Colour-coded cleaning helps cut down on cross-contamination, says Tanzifco.

Tanzifco used World Toilet Day on 19 November to raise awareness of its colour-coded cleaning system, designed to monitor and control the spread of bacteria and improve hygiene and sanitation levels by avoiding cross-contamination.

The company follows the international colour-coding system, with stringent adherence to dedicating one colour to a specific area.

"Cross-contamination can be a major health hazard, and a threat to hygiene and sanitation levels. World Toilet Day was celebrated to raise global awareness about the daily struggle of those who are without access to proper and clean sanitation.

"Our colour-coding cleaning methodology helps prevent cross-contamination and thereby raise the intensity of sanitation," says Mustapha Alayan, chairman of the board of directors, Tanzifco.

"A colour-coding system also helps reduce the language barrier while training staff, simplifies supply management, deters misuse of chemicals and enhances health and safety within the premises apart from preventing cross-contamination. Hence the role of the janitorial staff in preventing cross-contamination cannot be over-looked," adds Alayan.

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