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Prepare your facility for returning to work after COVID-19 shutdown

There is no doubt coronavirus is affecting us all. Schools, entertainment facilities, hotels, and businesses across the United States are adjusting, reducing, or even eliminating operations to follow social distancing recommendations and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Your business may be feeling the economic hardships from these changes, and you—like most companies—are likely eager to get back to full operations. As you consider reopening business to full capacity once again, here are a few guidelines to help you best prepare.

Have a COVID-19 cleanup plan

Whether your facility had a known coronavirus contamination, a team member had COVID-19 exposure outside of work, or even without known contamination, you can provide peace of mind to your employees by cleaning and disinfecting your facility.

Consider your options in selecting a service to protect your team from contamination:

Provide cleaning stations

We recommend you provide disinfectants that meet EPA’s criteria for employees to sanitize workstations and frequently used materials between thorough professional decontamination services. Place approved cleaning materials in multiple cleaning stations near high-traffic areas throughout your building for easy access and frequent cleanings.

Communicate with your employees

Employees appreciate transparency, especially as it relates to their safety. Have a trusted business leader notify your team of the company’s COVID-19 cleanup plan, cleaning station locations, and best practices for preventing the spread of coronavirus and other infectious diseases.

Simple encouragements to avoid touching your eyes, wash your hands with soap and water regularly, and stay home when you are sick help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19.

Peace of mind

When peace of mind counts, EnviroServe is here to help with SafeSiteSM COVID-19 decontamination done as a one-time preventative measure or as ongoing care for long-term prevention.

Contact us at (800) 488-0910 or learn more.