High Level Cleaning


With experience in high level cleaning working across all sectors for industrial fabricators, food manufacturers and retail and leisure facilities, Newlife can clean all the higher areas of your premises.

Working to stringent health and safety standards our contracts managers complete a thorough risk assessment prior to commencing any high level cleaning operation. High level cleaning is a specialist industrial cleaning service and should always be undertaken by a professional contractor.

Our IPAF and PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association) trained high level cleaning operatives work to industry set best practices utilising scissor lifts and self-propelled booms to undertake quality and effective high level cleaning.

In addition to our high level cleaning services our experienced staff can also undertake guttering and roof cleaning of any frequency in line with your business needs, allowing Newlife to be central in all your high level cleaning requirements.

Our experienced staff can also undertake guttering and roof cleaning.

Trench UK Ltd

The main purpose for the high level cleaning operation was due to a recent fire from machinery within the factory area. As well as an amount of smoke damage and carbonised burnt on residue as a result of the fire, there was a build-up of dirt due to the area not being cleaned for some time.

Given the working height and inaccessibility of the job our IPAF and PASMA trained operatives required the use of both cherry pickers and mobile scaffolding towers, working over 10 metres in height. Utilizing a low pressure spraying system using heavy degreaser MP9 mixed with PH neutral water a full manual deep clean and vacuum was undertaken, inclusive of all ceiling areas, high level steelwork, pipe work and lights.

‘As Maintenance/Facilities manager I was faced with huge task of cleaning our production area after an oven fire had caused smoke damage to our equipment and factory fabrication.’

‘I called Newlife who responded immediately. They provided the correct risk assessment and method statements so the deep clean could commence without delay. They provided plenty of manpower and the right equipment to do exactly what was asked of them. They were professional in their estimating and delivered on time.’

‘I will be using Newlife again in future and would without hesitation recommend them to other manufacturing facilities and production sites.’

Alan Turner - Maintenance Manager Trench UK



Lantra is the industry body supporting skills, education and training for the UK’s environmental and land-based industries. Lantra develop a flexible and responsive framework of qualifications and training, from national occupational standards.  This ensures that industries within the sector have sufficiently-qualified, experienced staff, whose skills and experience are recognised.


The Work at Height Regulations 2005, require that the assembly, dismantling or alteration of mobile access towers should only be undertaken by a competent person.  Newlife assure that all staff receive PASMA-accredited training, to demonstrate that they have sufficient professional knowledge, actual experience, and authority to enable them to carry out their technical duties, safely and effectively.


All our operatives are IPAF-certified, and carry the industry-recognised Powered Access Licence (PAL) card. The PAL card is accepted as proof of the highest quality of training for platform operators, and conforms to the international standard ISO 18878:2004, for mobile elevating work platforms.  Newlife operatives are trained in the use of a range of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP’s) including scissors lifts, self propelled booms and vehicle mounted platforms.


CPCS is the largest and most highly-recognised card scheme for the plant industry.  It helps to prove workers’ operating skills and health and safety awareness.  CPCS provides a single skills card for the plant sector of the construction industry.

Health & Safety

In the face of an ever changing industry Newlife never forgets its health & safety obligations to staff and customers. We constantly strive to achieve total safety through industry set best practice guidelines.

Enclosed below are sample risk assessments and method statements for contracts that we have recently undertaken for our clients. This is provided for informational purposes only and to allow our clients the confidence in our commitment to the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.

Health and Safety Documents

These documents are not designed for commercial use unless prior consent is given.


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