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How to keep your garage clean and safe during a pandemic

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As the disruption from COVID-19 continues to affect our day-to-day lives, Shell have kindly developed some useful tips to help you keep your staff and customers safe at all times.

Content Guide

  • How to keep your workshop clean and safe

  • High risk: Entry & Exit

  • High Risk: Worksurfaces

  • The Shell COVID-19 library

How to keep your workshop clean and safe

Given the current situation a clean environment protects your well-being and inspires customer confidence which in turn can safeguard your business. That’s why Shell have come up with this guide to help you identify the workshop spaces that require regular cleaning.

High Risk: Entry and Exit

High Risk: Worksurfaces

A full outline of area’s is listed within our Checklist – “Your Safety Comes First” – which is available.

As well as cleaning all communal spaces regularly, it is also important to get the message out to your customers. See below:

Another area of cleanliness to keep in mind would be returning your customer’s vehicle. Please ensure to wipe down the following as a minimum;

  • Keys / Fobs

  • Door Handles

  • Steering Wheel

  • Seats / Seat Belts

  • Dashboard / Radio / Window Controls

  • Hand Break

  • Door Handles

  • Fuel Cap


If you have any questions or would like to reach out to the Shell Team, please contact us by email via [email protected].

If you're a garage that hasn't yet joined the Shell Helix network, but are interested in doing so, simply contact [email protected].

Workshop Hygiene and Safety

All assets are free for Shell Helix Service Specialist Garages to download.


*Please note this information is for guidance only and should not be seen as a formal recommendation by Shell. Any use of the guidance, tools and platforms described should comply with the terms of use which govern such tools and platforms.

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