As cities begin to lift lockdown restrictions on stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures, it’s important for companies to implement new strategies and safety precautions in the workplace before returning to work. You’re probably considering performing some combination of deep cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing.
The best time to clean, sanitize, or disinfect a building is when it’s empty. Cleaning now means your building will be ready for occupants as soon as you want to reopen. It is never a good idea to scramble looking for professionals to disinfect when you need to reopen.
Sanitizing and disinfecting now and on an ongoing basis throughout the pandemic can go a long way to prevent the spread of the virus, lessen anxiety, and keep individuals healthy and working.
It is a must to clean, sanitize, and disinfect any facility with a known case of COVID-19 prior to that building being reoccupied. However, it’s best to wait to disinfect if there is a known or suspected case of Coronavirus inside your facility to avoid contamination.
According to the study, the virus can last for up to 3 days on plastic and metal, so it would be wise to wait at least that long prior to doing any work. The longer you wait, the lower the likelihood that any virus is still active in your facility. At Clean Green Solutions, we use a CEPA approved wet fogging device that is 99.9% effective in preventing viral borne illnesses such as COVID-19. The most important factor in your business is the health and safety of your employees.
Whenever you decide to clean, sanitize, and disinfect, Clean Green Solutions is here for you and happy to help. Call us today for a free quote!