ARIZONA’S TRUSTED BIOHAZARD CLEANUP COMPANY
Novel Coronavirus – COVID-19
Here’s how we respond to the many requests we receive for coronavirus office, building & home cleaning:
1.) We follow federal cleaning protocols for the virus.
2.) Joe’s AZBIO use only EPA approved cleaners for the virus.
3.) Our staff is OSHA and biohazard trained technicians.
4.) Each manager on-site will have a two year minimum of experience employed at Joe’s AZ BIO.
5.) Proper PPE protective equipment is worn.
6.) Joe’s AZBIO follows each cleanup with ATP testing to several of the most commonly touched hard surfaces
7.) We are set up for night work to help businesses continue their next day work loads.
From Personal Residents to Large Commercial Facilities
Our AZ-BIO professionals are trained to perform a proactive coronavirus cleanup that involves facility or structure cleaning and disinfection. Coronavirus cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of waste.
The CDC encourages coronavirus cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets and tables.
Other coronavirus cleaning mentioned in the CDC’s guidance for commercial spaces include:
- Retail Spaces
- Call Centers
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Production Warehouse
- Medical Buildings
- Municipality Buildings
- Elevator Cars
- Playground Equipment
- Fitness Centers
JHM – Johns Hopkins Medicine
Is bleach the best cleaner to use?
Bleach rarely used by industry professionals. With such a potent coronavirus, the best cleaning agent is a commercially made EPA registered cleaner.
One that is tested to disinfect and one that does not discolor the surface areas it cleans.
What special protective equipment is needed?
There are specialty suits (like Tyvek), rubber gloves, face masks, booties, safety glasses & caps.
What does OSHA say about employees whom are asked to clean?
OSHA has a strict code that protects employees.
The basis of its guidelines are that the employee can only be asked to clean this contamination if the employee is OSHA certified trained and the employer supplies all the protective equipment needed to perform the COVID-19 cleaning safely.
The guidelines are more extensive, but they are designed to protect the employee.
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