Hygienic spas and swimming pools are safe and increase customer satisfaction. They are safer to visit also for the staff.
Spas and swimming pools are considered as high hygiene facilities. This means for example that quality standards have been set for the purity of the pool water, and authorities regularly sample the water. The cleaning of these facilities emphasizes the selection and correct use of cleaning agents as well as efficient tools and machines for mechanical cleaning. Work should be planned and follow aseptic rules of procedure. The cleanliness of the surfaces must be ensured by planned and regular self-monitoring.
It’s important to guide and educate staff about the special needs in wet area cleaning. The hygiene and safety of the pool and washing facilities, saunas and dressing rooms is supervised through self-monitoring. If the surfaces are not properly cleaned, the number of microbes quickly increases to a harmful level in the warm, humid environment. Large numbers of customers increase the amount of dirt in the humid facilities and the conditions make it easier for dirt to adhere to surfaces.