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Never before have standards of hygiene in the food industry been so rigorously enforced Ė this poses particular problems for many food companies who now have to comply with the mass of both UK and EC legislation.
Paragon Deep Cleaning Service was established as part of the Paragon Group to deliver comprehensive, quality hygiene service to all sectors of the food industry. At Paragon, we are familiar with every aspect of Health and Safety regulations, Environmental Health requirements and Insurance recommendations combined with consumer and customer demands. As a result, we are able to provide an on-going specialised service tailored to the requirements of individual customers which can be either a scheduled quarterly or 6 monthly deep cleaning service.
Our service teams are highly skilled and trained in the use of the most up to date techniques and equipment. We use specially formulated hygiene chemicals manufactured by Paragon Products (UK) Ltd. Paragon Deep Cleaning Service is an ISO9001 registered division. Our working practices and products conform to current Health and Safety Legislation and COSHH regulations.
Our staff have the expertise to restore and maintain the cleanliness levels of expensive equipment to peak operating efficiency. We will dismantle, thoroughly deep clean and reassemble all your production equipment as well as fixed structures such as drainage grids and ventilation systems.
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Our fully trained staff have the expertise and knowledge to undertake deep cleaning in the following areas:
Paragon Deep Cleaning Service is the answer to your Food Industry Cleaning
It is time to call in Paragon Deep Cleaning Services, who are just a click or telephone call away. Paragon Deep Cleaning Services are your local experts and will service your premises at a convenient time best suited to your particular requirements. Our trained cleaning technicians can thoroughly deep clean your premises and bring them up to a standard that you will be proud of.
Paragon are experts in the deep cleaning of wet deposit ventilation systems. Over a period of time ventilation systems will accumulate layers of grease, dirt, bacteria, and not to mention unpleasant odours. All this causes an environmental health hazard and possible a fire risk. This can greatly reduce the operating efficiency of your ventilation system. Activities such as removing dirt and grease from the system periodically is vital if it is to continue to work efficiently, necessary to avoid the Risk of Fire and imperative to keep up to date with insurance requirements. Industry standards recommends that a kitchen that is operational less than 8hrs a day requires a yearly deep clean whereas any more requires a clean every 3 to 6 months. Our experienced cleaning team is fully trained to clean all the elements of your ventilation system to the high standards required to ensure a safe and healthy environment for your staff and customers. More information on HVCA standards will be added to this text.
Elements of Paragon ventilation cleaning
Our fully trained staff can dismantle, thoroughly deep clean and reassemble all production equipment using specially formulated cleaning agents. Equipment such as cookers, grills and deep fat fryers can be thoroughly cleaned to ensure their continued hygiene and operating efficiency. In busy kitchens no matter how effectively the staff carry out the in-depth clean of equipment and structures, there will be a progressive accumulation of soiling on or inside equipment. The removal of this accumulated soiling requires specialist deep cleaning. A kitchen that is operational more than 8hrs a day is considered good practice to have an annual deep clean unless the style of cooking requires a more frequent service due to excessive soiling. The operation generally requires the services of a professional deep cleaning service like Paragon Deep Cleaning.
Employing effective degreasing and sterilising products analysed to BS3286 standards as well as high pressure washers, industrial vacuums and hygiene equipment, ingrained dirt and grease is removed from work surfaces, walls, floors, ceilings and less accessible areas such as pipes.
Free flow of drainage within your system is essential to avoid health problems, odours or blockages. A crucial element of the Paragon Service therefore is the ongoing treatment and supply of chemicals to clean, descale and sanitise drains, gullies, grease traps and related pipe work.
A safe and hygienic environment is essential for companies involved in food preparation and production both for the health of your workforce and the quality of the products you supply. To ensure this, our highly trained service teams, using the latest deep-cleaning techniques and specialised equipment, can tackle even the most inaccessible areas of your workplace, both internally and externally. Our specialists will remove the dirt, grit, grease, dust and other debris which pose health and fire risks.
Washrooms are critical areas which must be maintained to the highest standards to eliminate the real dangers of bacterial contamination and odours. Paragon provides a comprehensive hygiene treatment of your washroom areas, which includes deep cleaning, descaling, disinfection, and preventive maintenance of fixtures and all associated surfaces and structures. This service is tailored to suit your needs and can be carried out on a regular planned maintenance basis or as an isolated deep clean and renovation.
When disaster strikes whether as a result of a blocked drain, in response to an Environmental Health Officer visit or failure to comply with health and safety regulations, our emergency response teamís first priority is to get you back into business. We will respond immediately to your problem with the aim of minimising the disruption cause by flood, fire or any other unforeseen emergency.
Our Hygiene Consultants are available to conduct a confidential Hygiene Survey on your workplace which will quickly identify the necessary action required to help you comply with current food safety legislation. There is no charge for this service.
The services we provide are offered either as part of a regular maintenance or on a one-off basis. Initial or planned maintenance visits are tailored in the scope and frequency to suit the requirements of your business, Environmental Health Officers (EHO) reports and Insurers demands and can be undertaken outside normal business hours if this is more convenient.