All treatments involve thorough cleaning of all surfaces in the affected areas using chemicals effective in killing the virus and ensuring that the area is safe to be occupied.
The 2020 Coronavirus outbreak has highlighted the importance of maintaining a clean and sanitised workplace.
Our teams are available, either on a one off or regular basis to carry out infection control cleans in your premises.
We follow Public Health England guidelines to ensure that the chemicals and processes used are effective in eliminating the coronavirus from surfaces.
In response to pandemic in 2020 we purchased a number of 'Fogging' machines. The purpose of these machines is to quickly apply virucidal and anti-bacterial chemicals to complete the cleaning process in any contaminated area large or small. These machines can also be used in a preventative capacity, allowing us to quickly apply sanitising chemical to an area, reassuring your staff that precautions have been taken and that the areas they are working in have been sanitised.
If you are planning on reopening your premises you may require a one-off clean. Our teams have been providing one-off cleans in premises prior to them reopening. The benefits of this are that dust which has built up over time is removed, the place is freshened up and most importantly your staff and customers can return knowing the areas they will be using have been thoroughly sanitised.
All businesses can be affected by staff shortages at any time. During this difficult period you may find that your regular cleaners are unable to attend your premises due to self isolating or social distancing concerns.
It is more crucial than ever that the areas where your staff are working is kept clean and sanitised.
Should you require temporary cover for your existing cleaning staff we can assist by providing our staff on a short term/rolling basis to ensure you can maintain the standards of your working environment.
Our teams are fully briefed on social distancing measures, hand hygiene practices and are fully equipped with the correct PPE.