The coronavirus situation has changed how so many of us have to work, but when it comes to cleaning services they really aren’t something that can be delivered without staff visiting the site. However, there are plenty of ways in which we look to protect our cleaners and your staff and customers that they may come into contact with during the completion of their duties. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) was one of the most common terms in the news during the early months of the crisis, as the available supplies couldn’t meet the huge surge in demand for these products to protect people in a whole range of industries.
You can be confident that when you have one of our cleaners on your premises, they have a high level of PPE so that they can do their job safely as well as efficiently. Depending on whether or not it is active, this can include the use of a plastic visor or a face covering, or a combination of both depending on the situation and the potential risk of virus transmission. Where there has been a positive COVID-19 test and we are carrying out a deep clean, we will use full face masks with the appropriate breathing filters while we use the high strength cleaning products to fully clean and disinfect the premises.
Along with the protection that is offered both to our staff and the people on your premises by PPE, there are also other measures that we are taking as well to make sure that there is a minimal risk of disease transmission. Where possible we will look to offer a no-contact cleaning service so there doesn’t need to be any direct contact with the cleaners, and they will all also be observing social distancing. We also utilize disposable cleaning cloths and products where possible, along with all other measures to reduce the risk of cross contamination.