Prevent Spread of COVID-19
Express Cleaning Can Help Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Your Business
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) both recommend frequent, thorough cleaning to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease. Businesses, hospitals, doctor’s offices, schools, retailers, and other organizations should be making sure their facilities are properly disinfected to protect the well-being of staff, patients, customers, and vendors.
Express Cleaning can help reduce the risk of coronavirus contamination with highly detailed cleaning, hospital-grade cleaners, and continuous quality control.
Highly Detailed Cleaning
The CDC recommends daily cleaning of high-touch services such as counters, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets, and bedside tables, as well as surfaces that may come in contact with blood, stool, or body fluids. However, light switches, air vents, windowsills, furniture and other objects can also become contaminated. Express Cleaning goes above and beyond CDC guidelines for infection control and safety, providing highly detailed cleaning to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Hospital-Grade Cleaners that Can Kill Coronavirus
Express Cleaning only uses hospital-grade, CDC-approved cleaners to ensure all surfaces are disinfected, sanitized, and clear of harmful viruses, germs, and bacteria. All cleaning supplies are segmented, cleaned, and/or disposed of in order to stop cross-contamination.
Continuous Quality Control
All Express Cleaning staff receive the same training to ensure consistent cleaning quality every day, across all your facilities. Our supervisors also perform on-site inspections to provide an extra layer of accountability and identify additional ways to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Because coronavirus is still new, we will continue to consult with the CDC and update our processes as needed.
Operators of commercial, healthcare, educational, and retail facilities are strongly encouraged to evaluate the effectiveness of their cleaning processes and providers.