After the first coronavirus death in the United States, a number of companies, including Nike, chose to close their headquarters. Reports show that COVID-19 posts a global threat. HRM Facilities Services Inc. wants to ensure that you are able to keep your team safe throughout this pandemic. There are more than 100,000 confirmed deaths in the United States, and the numbers are rising with each passing day.
When you work with a professional cleaning company, you’ll be able to protect your team during this difficult time. Commercial cleaning companies pay close attention to guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which means they will have access to the latest information.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the coronavirus can stay active on surfaces for as long as nine days. Because of this, working with professional cleaners is one of the most effective days to keep this disease from spreading. It’s crucial to clean surfaces, and regular disinfection is also crucial. This can help to keep pathogens from spreading. When you work with us, you’ll have access to a special surface that will do even more to prevent the spread of germs.
While you should take the same precautions as you do during the cold and flu season, reviewing these precautions can be wise.
You’ll be able to protect yourself against COVID-19 and other types of respiratory illnesses by sticking to these guidelines:
Give your hands a good washing on a regular basis. Use soap and water, and wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds. If you do not have access to soap and water, you can use 70% alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Keep your hands away from your face if they are unwashed.
Do not share cups and utensils. If someone is sick or has potentially been exposed to germs, you should avoid close physical contact with them.
Use a shirt sleeve or tissue to cover sneezes and coughs instead of your hands.
Regularly clean and disinfect surfaces that are touched throughout the day, such as doorknobs or countertops.
If you are showing symptoms of an illness, you should stay at home.