Ready to Respond
As stated, this situation is dynamic and changing every hour. As your emergency responder and infectious control expert, we want you to know that:
“When called upon, our trained & certified team is ready to respond to sanitize and disinfect your commercial facility”
The objective of this document is to offer facility directors and municipality leaders a planned response option to re-engage in business during and after the Coronavirus outbreak. We are offering a 3 Phase plan which is mainly based on the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) along with adaptations that are in line with more recent studies.
Preventative Phase – Following the CDC, EPA, and OSHA guidelines, we will use an approved hospital grade disinfectant to clean & sanitize your facility. Our highly trained team will follow a protocol specific to your facility and situation.
Then, to provide an added level of proactive control of microorganisms, we utilize a secondary protective coating that can control the growth of microorganisms and can last for 6 months or longer. The patented formula bonds on a molecular level with all surfaces in a treated area and continues to kill microbes day after day, week after week.
This treatment works at the microbial level, covering any treated surface with a layer of molecular spikes. These spikes impale bacteria and microbes on contact and continue to protect you for up to one year.
Phase 2: Now that the risk of surface transmission has been addressed, we need to look at the contaminants in the air and the very real hazard that your own HVAC system may impose. Following the precautionary principle, we must address every potentially important pathway to slow the spread of COVID-19. The measures that should be taken to mitigate airborne transmission risk may include: · Provide sufficient and effective ventilation (supply clean outdoor air, minimize recirculating air) particularly in public buildings, workplace environments, schools, hospitals, and aged care homes. · Supplement general ventilation with airborne infection controls such as local exhaust, portable HEPA air scrubbers, and germicidal ultraviolet lights.
Maintenance Phase – Now that we have addressed both surface and airborne secondary transmission; together as a team, we will monitor this fluid situation to help your facility maintain a safe & healthy status. These steps may include scheduled weekly air filter replacements of placed portable air scrubbers; ATP testing of sanitary levels at your facility, to monitor the effectiveness of ongoing cleaning efforts. Scheduling quarterly or bi-annual treatments of your facility could be an integral part of the long-term goal for a healthy workplace.
As your Emergency Response Priority Partner and infectious control professional, we will continue to stay ahead of this situation and do everything possible to keep the occupants of your facility safe and healthy throughout this event and beyond.
Mission Critical Areas:
We also offer a solution for mission critical areas that need to be sanitized, but cannot have any high humidity, residue or corrosiveness. We utilize the SteraMist technology for data centers, server rooms, office settings and other such highly sensitive, high value areas. SteraMist Binary Ionization Technology® (BIT™) is a patented two-step process that activates and ionizes a 7.8% Hydrogen Peroxide solution. The fine fog created is
called Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide (iHP™). iHP™ contains a high concentration of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), consisting mostly of hydroxyl radicals, which damages pathogenic organisms through oxidation of proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. This leads to cellular disruption and/or dysfunction and allows for disinfection/ decontamination in targeted areas