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Disinfecting is now an important part of all of our lives. Depending on the specifics of your facility, we are ready to assist you in implementing a disinfection plan for your workspace.
To start, we thoroughly screen for your specific needs to ensure we are appropriately accommodating. Each business is unique and has difference disinfection needs. These needs are based on industry, size, facility layout and exposure to the public.
Introductory questions to determine your cleaning plan and budget include:
CleanCraft has a 25-year history of cleaning medical spaces. Additionally, in 2018 we added an epidemiologist to our staff, as our medical trainer, to keep us abreast of the latest protocols.
1. What is your re-opening plan?
2. What percentage of your facility will be occupied?
3. Does the public come into your space ?
4. What level of disinfecting do you need?
Cleaning Levels: Re-Entry Response to Coronavirus Threat
To maintain a steady level of disinfection in your facility, a regular janitorial cleaning may not be enough for you and your staff . As workplaces begin filling to full capacity, we have programs for you to disinfect your facility.
To maintain a steady level of disinfection in your facility, a regular janitorial cleaning may not be enough for you and your staff. As workplaces begin filling to full capacity, we have programs for you to appropriately disinfect your facility to protect staff.
In addition to an existing janitorial cleaning scope of work, CleanCraft uses standard EPA-approved disinfectants to sanitize high touch areas that come into frequent contact with skin. This includes shared surfaces (touchpoints), including:
CleanCraft will deploy Level II disinfection at your discretion and use EPA-approved disinfectants to sanitize all critical, and some non-critical items and surfaces that can potentially host a pathogen/virus. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), critical contact surfaces include all items in Level I, and the following:
Generally, this is a one-time service or a periodic service encompassing the same procedures as Level II with the addition of EVS Electrostatic Spray.
This process involves the use of an electrostatic sprayer that ionizes the molecules of the disinfectant and allows the formula to adhere to surfaces. This formula kills on contact and continues to disinfect for up to 7 days, or until a new pathogen is introduced to the surface.