Implementing a Sanitation and Disinfecting Plan for your Workplace
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Implementing a Sanitation and Disinfecting Plan for your Workplace

April 7th, 2021   •   No Comments   

Is your office open or opening back up soon? Creating a routing sanitation and disinfecting plan is important to reduce the risk of exposing your employees or clients to Covid-19. The following are things that you should implement to keep everyone in your office as safe as possible.

1.  Create a Sanitation and Disinfecting Plan

  • Evaluate what surfaces are cleaned in a normal cleaning routine and which surfaces are frequently touched and need to be disinfected properly.
  • Make sure frequently touched surfaces are properly cleaned first. After they are cleaned make sure they are disinfected with a product from the EPA’s list of approved products that are effective against Covid-19. Very important to understand there is a difference in cleaning and disinfecting.
  • IMPORTANT: Do not mix bleach with any other cleaning products.
  • If the office has been closed for more than 7 days, the office will only need a deep cleaning. This is due to the Covid-19 virus not surviving on surfaces for that long of a period.
  • Add a day porter or have someone in the office clean high-touched areas during business hours. Depending on the amount of people at the office and your operational budget, we suggest an 8 hour day porter to a 4 hour day porter.

2. What Areas Should be Disinfected?

  • Tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets and sinks, touch screens, ATM machines, printers, shredders, and copy machines.

3. Keep Disinfecting Supplies in the Office

  • Leave disinfecting wipes around shared equipment and ask employees to wipe them down after they are used.
  • Make sure to have strategically placed hand sanitizers around the office and in communal spaces and touch points.

4.     Social Distance and Wear Face masks

  • Encourage your employees to keep wearing their face mask and maintain social distance around the office.
  • Change office layout or consider adding dividers to help follow social distance guidelines.
  • Cancel all in person meetings if social distance cannot be met.

5.     Emergency Disinfecting Services

  • Make sure to have an emergency plan with your Janitorial Cleaning Company if someone in the office tests positive for Covid-19.
  • Most Janitorial Cleaning Companies offer Electrostatic Disinfecting Services. Have a plan ready in case of any emergency.

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