surface disinfectants are effective against COVID-19 In non-health care settings, sodium hypochlorite (bleach / chlorine) may be used at a recommended concentration of 0.1% or 1,000ppm (1 part of 5% strength household bleach to 49 parts of water). Alcohol at 70-90% can also be used for surface disinfection. Surfaces must be cleaned with water and soap or a detergent first to remove dirt, followed by disinfection. Cleaning should always start from the least soiled (cleanest) area to the most soiled (dirtiest) area in order to not spread the dirty to areas that are less soiled.
All disinfectant solutions should be stored in opaque containers, in a well-ventilated, covered area that is not exposed to direct sunlight and ideally should be freshly prepared every day surface disinfectants are effective against COVID-19.
In indoor spaces, routine application of disinfectants to surfaces via spraying is not recommended for COVID-19. If disinfectants are to be applied, these should be via a cloth or wipe which is soaked in the disinfectant.
Once a plan is designed, written, and approved, we deploy all of our resources to implement, train, and monitor the program, and suggest corrective actions if issues arise. Within our program, we provide cad site diagrams with device locations, training and badging backup personnel, approval of final report template, and many other items. We work for and with your team to exceed your expectations.