“The Best Prescription for Assisting Surgeries Maintain a Clean & Healthy Environment”

Professional Contract Cleaners

At Voyager, we have over 50 years Combined Managerial Experience in the Contract Cleaning Industry.

Voyager Surgeries work in partnership with Healthcare Providers throughout Dorset to achieve the High Standards of Cleaning required in this environment.

We also help alleviate some of the burden experienced by practice manager’s when CQC announce a scheduled inspection.

We liaise with the inspectors on the day to discuss with them the cleaning practice, our methods, paper trail and answer the questions put to us.

We have an excellent, proven record with all CQC inspections we have been a part of.

Daily Surgery Cleaning

We provide Bespoke Contracts to suit the Daily Cleaning needs of your practice.

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Annual Clean Programme

All our Surgery contracts include an annual deep clean as standard.

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Audits & Swab Testing

All our Surgery contracts include regular Manager Audits and new for 2018: Swab Testing

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Cleaning Schedules

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“Voyager Surgeries have consistently maintained a high standard since we appointed them 4 years ago. They are professional and responsive and more than meet the needs of our busy General Practice. Stephen has been happy to spend time with CQC inspectors during two routine inspections and on both occasions the inspector has been impressed with his attention to detail. I would not hesitate to recommend Voyager to any healthcare provider.” Justine McKay 2016

Practice Manager, Fordington Surgery

 The Regulations

“15(1) All premises and equipment used by the service provider must be (a) Clean: Premises and equipment must be kept clean and cleaning must be done in line with current legislation and guidance…

Premises and equipment should be visibly clean and free from odours that are offensive or unpleasant…

Providers should:

Use appropriate cleaning methods and agents, operate a cleaning schedule appropriate to the care and treatment being delivered from the premises or by the equipment…

…make sure that staff with responsibility for cleaning have appropriate training.

Health & Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities)

Regulations 2014: Regulation 15, Available at cqc.org.uk