Hygiene strategy and management

How we can help

At Elliott’s, we are passionate about good hygiene. With more than 30 years’ industry experience, we see it as our mission to monitor industry requirements so that we can support you in making the grade.

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has ramped up the importance of best practice to critical levels, but the good news is you’re not alone in facing the challenges of the ‘new normal’ – we live and breathe hygiene in the best and worst of times and will remove the stresses and strains of both planning and implementation by working alongside you as your very own hygiene experts. If it’s not appropriate to visit you yet, we will find innovative alternative ways of communicating with you online to agree what is needed.

Starting with a free, no obligation hygiene audit, we review everything from your kitchen design to your cleaning rotas, making sure they are as cost and time efficient as possible, as well as keeping you compliant with ever-more-demanding rules and regulations. We create a strategy that ticks all your boxes, and our ordering system is convenient and cost effective, ensuring you access to the products you need, when you need them and at the best price.

This lends itself to the latest Covid-secure measures, and mirrors the kind of good hygiene practice we’ve been championing for years to safeguard people against everything from the usual seasonal flu or norovirus to an unprecedented health crisis. Not only that, but our strong relationships with environmental health officers enable us to liaise with them on your behalf, and so safeguard your reputation.

With one eye always on the environment, we use ‘green’ products wherever possible and recommend equipment, products and cleaning rotas that are effective, efficient and ethically sourced and manufactured.

As members of the Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA), we keep up with all the latest best practice and product trends, so that we can advise you accordingly.

The products we supply include:

  • PPE including protective masks and visors
  • Gloves
  • Aprons
  • Hand sanitisers
  • Virucidal cleaners
  • Chef wear
  • Food and catering disposables
  • Food and non-food packaging
  • Crockery and glassware
  • Colour-coded equipment
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Barware
  • Furniture
  • Menus, signs and displays – including social distancing markers
  • Safety and first aid equipment
  • Mobile handwashing stations