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Dana L.

Marketing Manager

March,24 2020USEFUL ADVICE

FAQs about Anti-Coronavirus/COVID-19 Cleaning




Here are some answers to questions we’ve been getting about cleaning services related to the prevention of COVID-19.
Do you have a different procedure for cleaning a facility that has been exposed to COVID-19 vs one that just wants to take preventative measures?Yes–our protocol for cleaning a facility where a COVID-19 infection has been confirmed is quite extensive and involves full biohazard cleaning procedures. These additional procedures are mostly for the protection of our employees. For example, when working in this situation, they wear full PPE gear, work in teams of three to monitor each other, and dispose of used cleaning products in specific ways.
What cleaning products are effective against COVID-19?Because the virus is so new, the EPA has not tested and established efficacy protocols or inactivation claims. In layman’s terms, that means that nobody can say with 100% certainty that a particular cleaning product is effective against COVID-19–and anyone who makes such a claim at this point is not being truthful.

  • COVID-19 Prevention Protocol

    COVID-19 Prevention ProtocolWhile we stand ready to assist any businesses affected by the Coronavirus to disinfect their facility, there are many preemptive steps facility managers can take on their own to reduce the risk to employees, members of the public, and anyone visiting your building.
    Here is a list of things that you can start doing right now to make your facility safer:
    Emphasize hand hygiene by all employeesInstruct employees to wash hands frequently for 20 seconds using soap and water.If possible, use no-touch dispensers for soap and paper towels.Display hand hygiene posters near hand-washing areas.Keep an adequate supply of cleaning products on hand.Emphasize respiratory etiquette by all employeesInstruct employees to cover their mouth with a tissue, elbow, or shoulder when coughing or sneezing.Provide tissues and no-touch trash cans for employees.Perform routine environmental cleaning focused on high-touch surfaces.At least once per day, clean and disinfect all high-touch surfaces such as door handles, light switches, stair rails, elevator buttons, phones, microwaves, coffee stations, sink handles, water fountains, chair arms, shared workstations or learning materials, and dining tables.Provide your employees with antiseptic wipes so that they can clean these areas during the day as they use them.Encourage sick employees to stay home, separating and avoiding close contact with people who are sick.Actively encourage employees who have symptoms of acute respiratory illness to stay home.Maintain flexible policies, consistent with public health guidance, that permit employees to stay home.Avoid close contact with people who are sick.Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.Additionally, any employees who are well but have a family member with COVID-19 should notify their supervisor and other employees in the workplace.

    COVID-19 Prevention


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