Infectious Disease Control – COVID-19
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Bacteria and Viruses like the Corona Virus are microorganisms that can affect the health of a building and its occupants. Viruses are unique organisms in that they are not, strictly speaking, alive. Viruses don’t reproduce but replicate by invading living cells and then turning those cells into virus factories. Viruses are too small to be seen with a regular microscope. They invade a live human, animal, or plant cell from which to derive the energy for survival.
We have dedicated personnel with experience in the proper techniques to move through a facility and identify and sanitize touch points that could be contaminated. We use professional equipment and EPA approved methods to sanitize and clean areas of the business.
Sanitizing – Active Case
If you have a confirmed case we recommend a full sanitization of the entire area. This ensures we reach all points the affected person may have had access to.
Sanitizing – Preventative
If you have not had a confirmed case but are concerned you can have a professional team come in and do the initial sanitization of the building and touch points. Staff members can maintain touch points to follow up your efforts.
What to Expect
We will come out and provide a full quote so you have an understanding of what is involved. We use EPA registered Disinfectants and Virucides giving you, your staff, and customers peace of mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do viruses spread?
- Mainly through touch points in a structure that is contaminated then touched by someone and a hand to mouth or eye contact is made.
- How long do Viruses survive?
- Every virus mutation has its own life span, but some evidence shows Covid-19 can last up to 17 days in the right environment.
- Wetter environments tend to give longer life spans.
- How do you protect yourself?
- Good hygiene through washing hands.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Self quarantining if you have symptoms of sickness.
- Covering your mouth in the crease of your elbow when coughing.
- Keeping disinfectant wipes available for use in multiple areas of the facility.
- When should I hire a professional to sanitize
- As preventative efforts if the facility has a lot of human movement throughout the day then a professional team can perform an initial cleaning and the facility staff can maintain touch points in follow up efforts.
- A professional quote can help you understanding what’s involved so response can be faster if you have a confirmed case.
- If you have a confirmed case then professional teams in full personal protective equipment will mitigate the spread so normal activity can resume the following day.