We respond with urgency and professionalism fast – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help you with your Coronavirus disinfecting and cleaning needs in Stillwater Minnesota.
We provide a full range of biohazard removal services, including the use of CDC approved and EPA registered industrial-strength disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim for a Coronavirus or Influenza outbreak. This is the best way to deep clean public areas and help stop the spread of viruses. The process uses EPA-registered products to minimize the risk of pathogens spreading. Fill out the form now for a fast response and quote from your local office in Stillwater Minnesota.
We are a leader in property emergency services, helping families and businesses overcome the devastating setbacks caused by the devastating setbacks of the Coronavirus. We pledge to do whatever it takes to respond, restore and rescue properties in all of the communities we serve.
*Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces are the recommended actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, like coronavirus. Since any surface can be re-contaminated after cleaning, and because the coronavirus is also spread person-to-person, Our services are not guaranteed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html) for more information regarding coronavirus, its spread, and prevention.
The worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has people scrambling to protect themselves, their homes and businesses from potential contamination. The effects of this type of biohazard situation can last up to a week and the continued spread of the disease has led to a growing number of fatalities in the US. We are the industry leader in infectious disease and biohazard remediation, including coronavirus disinfection, and we deliver the highest professional standards possible. We are dedicated to providing rapid emergency response 24/7 throughout the US so you can have peace of mind in the event of an outbreak.
HOW DO WE CLEAN CORONAVIRUS?
Coronavirus has quickly gained a reputation for being particularly insidious. It can survive on surfaces for up to 17 days and people infected by the virus don’t show symptoms until approximately two weeks after infection, making it difficult to track and contain. This is why having a trusted professional disease and biohazard remediation company on your side is so important.
We adhere to all OSHA regulations, is certified by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification) and strictly follows the most state-of-the-art procedures when it comes to disease cleanup and disinfection. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is still novel, so we continually consult with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for up-to-date solutions and utilize CDC approved and EPA registered disinfectants.
- We use CDC approved and EPA registered industrial-strength disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim
- All infected materials are cleaned, disinfected, and properly disposed of as biohazard waste
- Fully encapsulated personal protective equipment (PPE) and full-face respirator masks are worn at all times by our certified cleanup technicians
- We adhere to a stringent coronavirus demobilization process for our equipment, trucks and waste storage areas
Disease outbreak is an extremely serious situation and we understand that the health and safety of you, your family, and employees are on the line. Don’t take any chances. Contact us today.
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When selecting a company to provide Coronavirus Disinfection Services, it is imperative that you select a company, that is OSHA compliant and follows all CDC guidance regarding Coronavirus.
General Duty Clause, 29 USC 654, section 5(a)(1) requires that employers protect their employees from recognized hazards.
“Each employer shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees.”
Additionally, the coronavirus is not listed as an exception to recording an occupational illness in 29 CFR 1904.5(b)(2). This means that if an employee contracts COVID-19 from another employee or through occupational exposure on a cleaning job, the illness is recordable on the OSHA log for that business. If it results in job restriction, days away or fatality, this is also required to be recorded.
There’s a requirement to contact OSHA to actually REPORT a fatality or hospitalization if it is from Coronavirus. In the case of a death, an OSHA inspection and investigation would follow and could result in a fine if the company didn’t take measures when they knew about it and should have.