Total 360 Electrostatic Sprayer atomizes and charges Clorox-approved disinfecting and sanitizing solutions with a force greater than gravity. Electrostatic technology enables superior coverage of Clorox trusted solutions in hard-to-reach places such as the side, underside and backside of surfaces. It is intended for use in airports, ambulances, athletic facilities, public restrooms, correctional facilities, daycare centers, hotels, institutional kitchens, laundry rooms, offices and schools. The Clorox Total 360 System, including the sprayer and solutions, helps keep your facility healthier while also saving you time, money and labor. Compared to a trigger sprayer, this system uses 65 percent less solution, works four times faster and covers 18,000 square feet per hour.
- Helps give you a healthier facility
- Superior surface coverage through proven electrostatic technology
- Pair with Clorox trusted solutions (disinfectants and sanitizers)
- Saves time and money, working 4 times faster and using 65% less solution
Commercial Cleaning During COVID-19
There has never been a more critical time for your facility to be getting a professional commercial cleaning every time. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has gripped our world, causing building owners and property managers to have more concern than ever about the cleanliness of their facilities. You need a company you can trust, especially one that is staying on top of the cleaning and disinfectant guidelines made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during COVID-19.
US Janitorial has nearly 30 years of experience in commercial cleaning services, which means we have a reputation for being the best in the industry. We are here to help you fight against the pandemic at your facility.
Commercial Detail Cleaning During COVID-19
We have entered a time where the day-to-day ordinary cleaning at your facility isn't enough. In addition to Commercial Cleaning and the Electrostatic Disinfectant treatment, a top-to-bottom detail cleaning is a critical step of preventing the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in your building.
The last thing we want during this high-stress time is you wondering what services your facility needs during COVID-19.
Let us know how we can help you.
Commercial Workplace Wellness During COVID-19
Whether your facility is open or temporarily closed due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a Workplace Wellness plan – now or in the future when your facility reopens – is crucial more than ever before. It won't come as a surprise to you that the workplace is a breeding ground for germs and bacteria – no matter what season it is. In other words, sporadic cleaning and hand sanitizer may not be enough to keep your building contagion-free.
By contracting with US Janitorial, we are open and here to help you and your facility during the pandemic. We manage a wide variety of Workplace Wellness services – including our Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment – to prevent the outbreak of COVID-19 or any other virus. It's our goal to exceed your expectations every time.
Workplace Wellness starts with prevention. A little pre-planning and preparation can go a long way.
Promote a Healthy Lifestyle
There's power behind living the words you're preaching to everyone else. What do we mean by that? It means providing learning opportunities to help employees get on board with workplace wellness initiatives. Is there an expert who can teach your team about the proper way to wash hands (even if it's a webinar)? If you're worried about attendance being low, think about providing an initiative for employees to get them excited. Here are five key factors that contribute to the success of these programs for employees:
- Health assessments
- Health education
Whatever you do, make it fun yet educational. Additionally, policies, and awareness of resources can aid in your overall goal of maintaining a healthy culture.
Sanitize High-Touch Areas
Would it surprise you to know a virus can survive on hard surfaces for up to 24 hours? It's true. Doorknobs, microwave handles, coffee pots, and many other high-touch areas are only as clean as the last hand that touched it. It's clear why regularly sanitizing these spots is an important part of maintaining workplace wellness. Below are various preventative steps to help minimize the accumulation of germs.
HIGH TOUCH ITEMS
Surfaces and objects that are frequently touched by employees, occupants, clients or visitors at your building may include:
- Doors and Door Handles
- Seating Areas
- Handrails, and Elevators
- Shopping carts, and Baskets
- All Bathroom Surfaces
- Check-Out Counters and Registers
- Desks, Cubicles, Tables, and Chairs
- Contents, Products, and Merchandise
- Public and High Touched Areas
- Keyboards, Mice; and Phones
- Sinks and Sink Handles
- Drinking Fountains
- Monitors & Televisions
- Merchandise Racks and Display cases/Shelves
- Copiers, Printers and Fax Machines
- Food Service Areas
- Tables and Counters
- Fleet and Machinery
And Much More…
If you're ever in doubt whether to sanitize an area, it's better to be safe than sorry. Germs can live in various conditions and find their way into even the tiniest of crevices.
Even if you already know the importance of keeping your facility clean, US janitorial knows your time is valuable. This is where we come in. We schedule our top professionals to help protect your workplace from germs, bacteria, and viruses — especially those with vulnerable populations or high-traffic environments.
US Janitorial can manage disinfection treatments quickly and effectively. By engaging a maintenance company that knows how to successfully manage your workplace wellness, you can safeguard the your facility's environment.
Disinfecting Your Facility
There are several ways to be proactive about keeping areas clean and sanitized in your facility. The CDC has outlined a detailed list of those steps you can take to prevent the contact or spread of COVID-19. Below are the categories in which they suggest steps for each scenario:
- Disinfecting your facility if someone is sick
- What to do when you're cleaning any part of your facility
- What managers can do to spread awareness and how to recognize the symptoms
- How to clean and disinfect soft surfaces, electronics, and laundry items
View all prevention steps in this list here.
According to the CDC, remind all tenants and employees to follow these recommended steps to avoid contact with the virus:
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with people
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or inside of your elbow
- Wear a facemask if you are sick
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued "Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19" (the Guidance). Although the Guidance is not legally binding, OSHA does emphasize that employers must comply with existing safety and health standards and regulations published by OSHA or by applicable states with their own OSHA-approved plans.
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