Recent outbreaks of serious communicable diseases such as the COVID-19 Coronavirus have increased the need for decontamination of common areas within high traffic businesses and social gathering spots. At Clean It Industrial we have a thorough and comprehensive process to implement cleaning strategies utilizing qualified disinfectant products from the EPA list of registered products using a trained staff and proven methodologies. Our goal is to help your business to act quickly to remediate dangerous public health threats.
COVID-19 is particularly dangerous since people that carry the highly infectious virus may show no symptoms and can transmit the virus for up to 24 days. The most common form of transmission is from droplets expelled from a symptomatic carriers when they sneeze, cough or otherwise transmit body fluids. It can be transferred from any infectious person to surfaces where it can remain viable for hours to days. A combination of cleaning and disinfecting is the best practice to prevent the spread of any viral respiratory illness.
One of the few encouraging aspects of the COVID-19 outbreak is that the virus is enveloped. Enveloped viruses are the least resistant to inactivation by disinfection. The structure of these viruses includes a lipid envelope, which is easily compromised by most disinfectants. Once the lipid envelope is damaged, the integrity of the virus is compromised neutralizing its capacity to infect. The Clean It Industrial techs will do a comprehensive and thorough treatment, using the most effective and durable disinfectants from the EPA list of effective products, of all surfaces paying special attention to high traffic and contact areas.
To effectively provide a safer atmosphere for your customers, client and workforce there are some easily implementable strategies that can be conveniently integrated into your business routine.
Clean It Industrial can help by:
OSHA COVID-19 Website https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/controlprevention.html#health
Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/organizations/cleaning-disinfection.html