Coronavirus Sanitization

Helping Businesses Provide a Safe Environment

The coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2) pandemic in the United States is a serious threat for both people and businesses. According to the CDC, deep mitigation cleaning of all touch-point surfaces is one of the best ways to slow COVID-19. Thus, companies across the United States now require sanitization services to provide a safe environment for their employees and clients.

Signal’s sanitization response team uses innovative sanitization products and methods. They are designed to assist clients in providing their customers and employees cleaner, safer, and healthier facilities.

Signal continues to improve solutions for sanitization as more information is learned about Sars-CoV-2. As such, Signal protocols closely follow the CDC’s recommendations on the best ways to sanitize surfaces. These sanitization services are designed to help reduce contamination related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The methods of sanitization can be used within most commercial building operations. These include municipal, office, medical, hospitality, industrial, retail, education, restaurant, and warehouse facilities.

Signal Restoration’s Coronavirus Sanitization Process

First, the Signal team will provide a full assessment of the area. We will determine the level of containment required and inform the owner or manager the recommended plan of action. Once the area is ready for sanitization services, the response team will determine the flow of the work.

But, before the technicians proceed with the sanitization, they adhere closely to the safety standards required by OSHA. The trained technicians wear special Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to keep themselves safe. They fully contain the area and take appropriate steps to keep the clients and employees safe.

During the sanitization, they pay special attention to high-touch surface areas on the premises. Those include desks, chairs, office equipment, doorknobs, door slabs, door frames, handrails barricades, restroom flush handles, sink faucets, and more. 

Signal’s industry-certified technicians use EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfecting products. The disinfectant/sterilant has a 6 log kill rate. Also, it is effective against a wide range of enveloped and non-enveloped pathogens.

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