If a sick person or someone who tested positive for COVID-19 in your facility within 24 hours, it's imperative to contact your commercial cleaning company to help clean and disinfect the employees of the space occupied.
You may or may not know what types of surfaces need to be cleaned and disinfected during this challenging time. Whether it's your office space or at home, we have provided information and tips. In addition to practicing the following guidelines, we also include electrostatic technology for cleaning and disinfecting.
The following are the different types of surfaces:
Carpets, rugs, and drapes
Rocky Mountain Janitorial Specialists (RMJS) will clean the surfaces with the appropriate type of cleaner and disinfect these items with EPA-approved products.
If possible, items will be laundered using the warmest setting and make sure they are completely dry.
We use vacuum equipment with High-Efficiency Particular Air (HEPA) filters and bags.
Clothing, linens and towels
Use the warmest temperature setting and completely dry the items.
It is safe to wash laundry from a person who is sick with other people's items.
If you are handling dirty laundry from a sick person wear a mask and gloves.
Disinfect and clean laundry baskets.
Wash your hands after handling dirty laundry.
Most Electronics: keyboards, tablets, phones, printers, ATMs, remote controls, etc.
When cleaning and disinfecting electronic surfaces, follow manufacturing guidelines, and use a device that is EPA-approved.
Our team always wears the appropriate PPE when cleaning all types of surfaces.
In a facility and at home, it's imperative to clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces made of plastic and metal like grab bars, play structures, door knobs, railings, etc.
Metal and plastic surfaces should be cleaned regularly, not just when someone is sick.
It is recommended to hire a professional commercial cleaning company when it comes to disinfecting your facility. At Rocky Mountain Janitorial Specialists, we not only clean your facility, but we also thoroughly disinfect your facility while using the best products and EPA-approved supplies, including electrostatic technology. Our professionals are also trained in HVAC special needs, and we recommend adding HVAC care during the disinfection process.
If you would like to speak to a trained professional about cleaning and disinfecting your facility, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org