Antiviral Sanitizer Servicing for Commercial Facilities
Commercial companies often use commercial cleaning products including antiviral sanitizer to limit the spread of infections in facilities where people are performing their duties. However, recent developments around the coronavirus have changed the scope of best practice to reduce the spread of infections. While it is clear almost all facilities have taken some measures to prevent disease, concerns about COVID-19 have prompted companies to go further to provide a safe environment for employees and customers. Preventing health risks in facilities is not a new concept, it has recently taken a new direction. Antiviral sanitizer servicing is now considered a routine part of infection control in commercial premises.
An antiviral sanitizer as an additional measure can help reduce the risk of infection by viruses including flu and many common pathogens that infect people yearly. The effects of these same measures on the coronavirus are not yet fully known, as research is ongoing. The lack of effective treatment, cure or vaccination has led companies to act in the face of uncertainty.
Today, it is not uncommon for employees to wear face masks and gloves to protect themselves from viruses. Many companies have put up barriers to prevent the transmission of terms from person to person in retail. In addition, the CDC has given guidance on how commercial facilities can disinfect workplaces to hopefully combat the spread of viruses like COVID-19. But, given all these measures, it may simply not be enough for some companies. Antiviral sanitizer is possibly an effective option.
Antiviral Sanitizer Servicing for Common Germs
Choosing antiviral sanitizer servicing as an option may not completely eradicate the coronavirus, but it has been shown to effectively kill viruses such as influenza, SARS, MERS, and other harmful microorganisms that are transmitted through the air or live on surfaces. CDC findings suggest coronavirus behaves similarly to SARS and MERS. Even more troubling is how long the viruses can survive on a range of surfaces. Some viruses can survive only a few hours, others several days.
SanitizeIT, an antiviral sanitizer, is an EPA-registered formula that can kill germs in the air and on the surface through a light mist. A service technician will apply the sanitizer with a backpack-mounted sprayer.
SanitizeIT is neither corrosive or caustic. The sanitizer is also safe to apply around food preparation surfaces. is NSF certified. The cleaning solution is safe to use around animals. Unlike harsh cleaning materials, SanitizeIT does not destroy fabrics. The disinfectant is easy to apply and treatments are fast. Within less than an hour a facility can be considered clinically clean. Eliminating germs with commercial sanitizing service is easy with SanitizeIT.
With stores reopening since the peak of the coronavirus, now is a good time to consider infection control. Commercial disinfection best practices are helpful in combating unknown threats such as COVID-19. Furthermore, the treatment is useful in combating seasonal viruses such as influenza and more common bacteria such as Strep.
Looking for ways to improve your facilities? Contact us to inquire about antiviral sanitizer services with SanitizeIT.