COVID-19 has spread across the nation. As we enter the peak of flu season, it is important to be prepared. Eastern Idaho and Jackson’s commercial cleaning is of even greater importance for all businesses. It is important to keep your office as clean as you can during this period for the protection and health of your staff, as well as for your customers and clients. We are here to assist!
Commercial Cleaning Services announces that it is expanding its service area to Rexburg and Blackfoot. Our 35+ years of experience will help Eastern Idaho business owners keep their employees, customers, and community as safe and healthy as possible. We’ve cleaned everything. Our Maintenance Program is designed to meet any budget and cleaning requirements. Please continue reading to find out how we can protect your business against COVID-19.
COVID-19 Disinfection Service in Eastern Idaho
Our electrostatic sprayer is induction-charged to provide you with the best COVID treatment. The EPA has approved our disinfectants to eliminate the COVID-19 virus. This process is used for prevention as well as in the event of a positive case of COVID-19.
Electrostatic Disinfection involves spraying a mist electrostatically charged onto the surface to be cleaned. Our sprayer atomizes a special solution that creates positively charged particles when combined with air. These particles will adhere to any surface or item that needs disinfecting.
This method can be used to clean anything. It doesn’t matter if the surface is flat or shaped differently. Spray the solution on the surface and allow it to settle. The sanitizing solution will then start to work its magic. This is the best way to disinfect for several reasons. Here’s why.
- Faster and more efficient.
- Improved infection control
- Chemicals should not be overused.
- Your business can operate at maximum capacity if you prevent illness and the spread of disease.
We clean all surfaces, including floors, walls, and ceilings, thoroughly when we work for you. We do not just focus on areas with high traffic like others. Electrostatic Disinfection will help you eliminate dirt and, in particular, germs. We are here to ensure that your employees, customers, and the community remain healthy and safe. Here are some cleaning tips to keep your workplace clean.
How to Keep Your Office Clean
Cleaning your commercial space is the best and most effective way to keep it as clean as you can. There are other ways you can help. It can also help prevent COVID-19 and other illnesses. It is important that everyone who is sick stays at home. You’re better off having them take a day or work from home, even if they aren’t ill.
It would help if you also focused on disinfecting and cleaning the areas that are frequently touched in your office. These would be doorknobs and light switches. Wear gloves when cleaning these high-touch areas. Hand sanitizer should be readily available to anyone entering the building. Also, keep disinfecting wipes (if they are available at the store).
Additional Suggestions from the CDC
- Check that the ventilation system works properly.
- If possible, use fans to increase the circulation of air outdoors (this is difficult in the winter when it’s cold).
- Assess the hazards in your workplace and identify any possible risks of increased COVID-19 spread.
- Communication plans should include all employees.
- Adjust the seating, furniture, and workstations as necessary to maintain a minimum of six feet between employees.
- Protect employees and visitors by installing physical barriers or shields wherever possible.
- Signs, tape, or other visual clues can be used to direct visitors to the correct locations within the building.
- Pre-packaged items can be used to replace community-use items like coffee pots.
- Reduce the number of water fountains by having staff bring their water.
- Make sure that the exhaust fans in restrooms are fully functional and working at maximum capacity.
- Employees who exhibit symptoms at work must be isolated, provided with a mask, and sent home for a follow-up appointment with a physician.
- You should not return employees to work before they have met the criteria for leaving home isolation.
- Consider implementing health checks for your employees. Here, you will find information about and how the CDC recommends doing this. Your staff should at least perform self-checks in their homes.
- Employee interaction can be reduced by staggering shifts and starting times.
- Hand-washing should be done for at least 20 seconds.
- Handshakes, fist bumps, and hugs are all inappropriate.
The CDC recommends cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces that are frequently touched by many people every day. Door handles, desks, and light switches are all included. Also, there is no limit to the number of surfaces that should be cleaned. Depending on how often you use it, you may need to clean it more frequently. Use only EPA-approved products.