What measures are you putting in place to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus?
With some reports claiming that the coronavirus can live up to 96 hours on a surface at room temperature, deep cleaning is a good option when it comes to preventative measures for your business to stay ahead of the impact lost staff hours may have.
We are offering our clinical deep cleaning service, which we carry out for surgeries and hospitals, to businesses across Kent.We would usually carry out these cleans before, during and after infection outbreaks of all types including Norovirus, Clostridium difficile (C-Diff), and regular annual influenza outbreaks.
What does the service involve?
We carry out the regular deep cleaning on site, then focus on the high risk regular touch points of the building, which include:
- Door handles and push plates
- Light switches
- Computer keyboard and mouse
- Toilet and kitchen taps
- Toilet flush
- Hand soap, towel and toilet roll dispensers
- Stair hand rails
- Lunch room tables
These areas are cleaned with either a virucidal and bactericidal, bleach based disinfectants, or superheated steam, as recommended by the centre for disease control.
We also clean all carpet and upholstery on site using high powered hot water extraction machinery and biocidal cleaner. These cleaning products are effective against bacteria including MRSA and viruses including Hepatitis B and HIV.and approved to EN1276
Our staff are fully trained in infection control cleaning and insured up to £10,000,000.
For site where a case been suspected, cleaning staff will wear full PPE which includes:- disposable suits, eye protection and an N95 face mask, disposable gloves and shoe covers (please note, you must advise if this is the case prior to the cleaning taking place)
Please call us on 01634 217173 for more information or to book your clean today
Please note: Due to current demand we can’t offer our 2 hour call out service to coronavirus cleaning
Environmentally friendly cleaning is not available with this service as the eco-products we use are not effective against this virus