Cleaning Audit Software
Our fmfirst® Cleaning audit software has been developed in accordance with how NHS Trusts adhere to their strict cleaning audit standards. Below are some of its most important features and capabilities:
Ensures compliance to National Specifications for Cleanliness 2007
Enables compliance to NHS cleaning audit standards
Intuitive audit process; clearly defined responsibilities & actions
Instant fault reporting & option for rectification
Cloud-based cost savings; fully web-enabled
Multi-platform and device compatibility
Not in the Health and Social Care Sector?
If you’re an organisation looking for cleaning audit software to use outside of the National Cleaning Standards, then our product fmfirst® Survey could be exactly what you’re looking for.
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Call us on 01480 469001 or email us to arrange a FREE demo and discover how fmfirst® Cleaning can meet your cleaning audit management requirements.
Cleaning Audit Software for NHS Cleaning Standards Compliance
This application is designed to operate in accordance with the latest NHS cleaning standards and in addition, its functionality will help to support the current Care Quality Commission guidelines and Standards for Better Health core standards compliance.
The effective management of cleaning standards underpins infection control within the NHS. Our fmfirst® Cleaning application enables Trusts to both prove compliance with the highest level of cleaning standards and quickly provide the basis for rapid fault rectification if required.
“The improvement from paper auditing to electronic auditing includes better reporting and consistent auditing.”
“Asckey’s support service is second to none – they have always been very helpful and particularly quick to respond to and rectify any issues that arise”.
“The reporting system on fmfirst® Estates is very good; it allows us to generate more accurate KPI analysis than we previously could for higher management”.
“The training which we received for fmfirst® Cleaning was outstanding; it was carried out on a 1 – 1 basis, the trainers were patient and informative and they guided us through the different aspects of the system”.