London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/21/2015 -- Following an inspection by the Healthcare Environment Inspectorate, it has emerged that Edinburgh Royal Infirmary have been told to improve their cleaning after inspectors found it was not up to standard. Birthing balls and half of cot bed mattresses were found to be contaminated and other dirty equipment was found leading to complaints and concerns about the hygiene standards in the hospital.
Hospitals are places where members of the public will be housed at some of the most vulnerable times in their life. The expectations for hygiene are extremely high, unsurprisingly. Yet this update comes in a wave of news relating to inadequate hygiene in hospitals which many have blamed on inadequate cleaning companies.
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Top Cleaners are leading specialists in domestic and professional cleaning services and are renowned for their immaculate record of successful projects as well as their exceptional customer service. Being regular commentators on any news related to their industry, a spokesperson had this to say, 'We found the news very discomforting and unfortunate. Hospitals should be amongst the cleanest places in our society, and it is sad that the adequate cleaning precautions have not been taken here. Not only does this put people's health and wellbeing at risk, it also risks the spread of infection and other harm to members of the public too. We take cleaning extremely seriously here at Top Cleaners, and extend a versatile service. Understanding our client's needs is a crucial part of our company's ethos. We understand that every customer will want their space cleaning to a different standard and with a different motivation behind it. This is why we are able to keep all of our clients happy and content, because we give them what they have asked for. This is crucial to our business. If you would like to consider your cleaning options for home or business, feel free to contact us for further information.'
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