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Office Equipment is contaminated with germs

A regular cost-effective hygiene service by TCA trained specialists will promote staff wellbeing and reduce absenteeism.

Protect your staff from illness

Increase the life of your equipment

Reduce eye strain

Reduce Absenteeism

Improve equipment performance

Create a healthy pleasant workplace environment

About Us

  • TCA have been specialists in this field since 1980, and we have become the largest telephone and computer 'on-site' cleaning company in Victoria, with associate companies in East Coast capitals.

  • We also market "Do-It-Yourself" products in the form of telephone disinfecting sachets, computer disinfecting sachets and LCD screen cleaning sachets (alcohol and non alcohol based).

  • Our staff are fully trained and equipped and use specifically developed protocols and products that are environmentally friendly and safe.

  • Services are conducted with minimum disruption, usually during business hours on a regular basis. Our staff wear a distinctive uniform and identification. All staff have Police Checks.

Hundreds of businesses (large and small) use our expert service as part of their OH&S protocol.



Why Good Office Hygiene isn't Optional?

Frequently Used Equipment Is Prone To Germs & Grime

Telephones & Computers are Contaminated with up to 25,123 Germs Per Square Inch

Your Office Workstation is Contaminated with Germs

Protect Your Staff From ILLNESS

How clean is your workstation?

In research by Professor Charles Gerba from University of Arizona, 7000 samples of items taken from typical offices throughout the United States were analysed. 


The highest form of germ contamination areas were found to be Telephones, Desktops and Keyboards. Microbiological population included:

  • E.coli

  • Klebsiella pneumoniae

  • Streptococcus

  • Staphylococcus aureus (staph)

  • Salmonella

A clean germ-free and safe workplace protects staff from illness. Absenteeism costs Australian business $44 billion per year."

(Source: Ai Group's Absenteeism & Presenteeism Report 2015)

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