areas are washrooms, showers, kitchens,
touch points, lifts, desks and IT equipment.
In industries where cleanliness is critical,
ATP testing is an excellent tool for
detecting and measuring biological matter
that should not be present after cleaning.
Reasons to carry out regular testing
will prove to you and your clients that
they have a clean and hygienic
• Analysis safety levels with scientific
testing and report
• Random testing either weekly of
monthly as a part of regular audit
• Note process and outcome evidence
into court ready certification
• Empowers your daily cleaning teams
to maintain standards
• Repeat on a planned, periodic basis to
demonstrate best practice.
Exciting industry news
It has been a long time coming but at last
the industry is being acknowledged as
key workers in the fight to reduce the
spread of the pandemic. The main bodies
of the industry have come together and
after a lot of hard work we have an All-
Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for
the cleaning and hygiene sector.
The inaugurated meeting was on
Tuesday 2 February, where a total of 53
MPs and three Members of the House of
Lords joined the group, making it one of
the bigger and most credible APPGs.
Members of six parties are taking part
How clean is your building
and how can you PROVE it is
At Safety Solutions, we offer ATP Swab
testing to test the cleaning standards in
ATP monitoring is a reliable, rapid
testing method, used to assess the
cleanliness of surfaces. All organic
matter contains ATP, including food,
bacteria, mould and other
microorganisms such as virus’. The
detection of ATP on a surface or in
water, therefore, indicates the presence
of biological matter that may not
otherwise be visible to the eye.
By swabbing an area of your building
and using a luminometer, it’s possible to
test the level of ATP and produce a
result in seconds.
Areas that can be tested
Any area of your building that is accessible
can be tested. The most popular testing
Any area of your building that is
accessible can be tested. The most
popular testing areas are
washrooms, showers, kitchens, touch
points, lifts, desks and IT equipment.