1. Identify the areas that need cleaning: Determine which areas of the workplace need attention, including high-traffic areas, restrooms, and surfaces that are prone to accumulating dirt and germs.

  2. Gather the necessary cleaning supplies: Make sure you have all the necessary cleaning supplies on hand, including a vacuum cleaner, dust cloths, mop, broom, and cleaning chemicals.

  3. Remove any clutter: Before you start cleaning, take a few minutes to remove any clutter or debris that may be in the way. This will make it easier to access all areas and ensure that you can effectively clean the space.

  4. Dust and sweep: Start by dusting and sweeping the areas that you will be cleaning. This will remove any surface dirt and debris and make it easier to tackle tougher stains.

  5. Use cleaning chemicals: Once you’ve dusted and swept, it’s time to use cleaning chemicals to tackle tougher stains and kill germs. Make sure to follow the instructions on the label and use caution when handling chemicals. Overall, it’s important to follow proper safety protocols when cleaning a workplace, including wearing gloves and using caution when handling chemicals.