Disinfecting High Touch Surfaces at Your Facility According to CDC Guidelines
Our process is based on CDC Guidance for addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read about this here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfecting-building-facility.html
Step 1 – Clean
• We wear disposable gloves and a mask if it is a public area prior to cleaning.
• We pre-clean surfaces using cleaner and a microfiber cloth.
• We wipe all high touch surfaces. These include:
o Internal and external door handles
o Counter surfaces and cabinet handles
o Kitchen Faucets
o Refrigerator and appliance handles
o Microwave buttons and handles
o Restroom door handles
o Restroom faucets
o Restroom stall door handles
o Toilet and urinal handles
o Desk drawer handles
o Filing cabinet handles
o Light Switches
o Copy machine buttons
o Public phone buttons and receivers
o Common desks
o Chairs-backs, armrests, seats
o Trash can lids that would be lifted
o Common office supplies-paper cutters, hole punches, etc.
o Any other area that is commonly used and touched
Step 2 – Apply Disinfectant
• We use an EPA-registered disinfectant. Depending on the situation, we use one of the following:
o Hospital Grade P&G Spic and Span
o Diversey Oxivir (Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide)
o Multi-Clean 64 Millennium Q
o Clorox Germicidal Bleach Wipes
o Clorox Cleanup
• We follow instructions on the label concerning dwell time (disinfectant dwell times can vary from 30 seconds to 10 minutes).
o Most bleach or alcohol solutions with more than 70% alcohol effectively kill viruses in under 1 minute.
Disinfecting is needed on a regular basis, and ideally daily, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses. As soon as a person with the virus or illness sets foot on the facility, it is contaminated, whether they are symptomatic or not. This is true regardless of how recent the facility has been cleaned and disinfected.
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