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Preventing Coronavirus and Dealing with an Outbreak in Your Facility

Preventing Coronavirus and Dealing with an Outbreak in Your Facility

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the country, facility managers in every industry are thinking about how to keep their employees, customers and visitors safe and what to do in the event of a coronavirus infection.

Preventing Coronavirus and Flu in Your Facility

Disinfectants are one of the most powerful tools we have to fight flu and coronavirus. Our inventory includes many products that are effective against both and approved by the EPA for viral emerging pathogens. Disinfect high-touch areas frequently, including desktops, door knobs, railings, restrooms and faucets. Always read your product’s label carefully and respect the dwell time. Talk to your cleaning team about avoiding cross-contamination, and consider using color-coded cleaning supplies for specific areas of your facility. For the most thorough, effective disinfection, ask us about our electrostatic sprayers! These machines provide the most effective, thorough disinfection possible by breaking down disinfectant into micron droplets and charging them as they leave the sprayer. This enables the droplets to reach surfaces and objects more easily, ensuring the most thorough coverage of disinfectant available today.

Dealing with an Outbreak

If someone in your facility is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19, our emergency disinfection services for businesses in Denver can reduce the risk of spread.

We follow strict protocols to keep our team safe while thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting your facility.

Our professional emergency disinfecting services in Denver are available for all types of commercial properties. If your staff, patrons or facility experience a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 or other illness, call us to schedule emergency disinfecting. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 303-744-8285. 

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