Cleaning and Sanitation as Companies get back in Business
Some businesses and facilities are preparing to reopen after the COVID-19 shutdowns. As the time comes when business returns, cleaning actions need to be doubled down on. It is important to maintain a clean and sanitized environment at your place of business. This is to reinforce the safety of your associates and customers.
Here are steps to maintain a healthy workplace environment:
- Perform Deep Cleaning and Sanitation
Cleaning is a preparation for opening a business back, however, it is critical to conduct a thorough cleaning and sanitation to help keep employees and customers safe. Here are recommendations for achieving a complete cleaning.
- Clean the top of the lighting fixtures and remove residual dust.
- Clean the walls to remove residual dust and residue.
- Clean packaging machinery, tools, and storage areas as these areas can develop a buildup of fluids, garbage, and other debris.
- Drains are an area where bacteria can collect and should be clean using chemical or seam solution.
- Any electronics cleaned and sanitized using alcohol-based products, which are quick drying.
- Clean your HVAC System
Proper maintenance, cleaning, and sanitizing of a building’s HVAC equipment is a significant component to reduce the risk of reduced indoor air quality or pollution.
- Contact Professional Cleaning Service
Disease outbreak is an extremely serious situation. Safety of employees are on the line. Having a trusted professional disease and biohazard remediation company on your side is so important.
- Usage of industrial-strength disinfectants
- All infected materials are cleaned, disinfected, and properly disposed of.
- Fully encapsulated personal protective equipment (PPE) and full-face respirator masks are always worn by technicians.
If you think that your business needs some CLEANING or DISINFECTING, we at SERVPRO of El Dorado Hills/Placerville are here to help. Call us at 916-933-3890. All our cleanup practices are in accordance with the guidelines provided by the CDC and local authorities.