How We Clean Coronavirus
After any biohazard event, the first priority is people’s safety, and the best way to ensure people’s safety is with a biohazard response safety program. At Biohazard Service Restore, we first develop these programs with the support of an off-site survey, and they are modified as needed once our decontamination team actually enters the building and begins the Coronavirus cleaning procedure. Our plans are made following the standards set out by OSHA.
Off-site surveys will analyze the hazards in the building and will accumulate as much information as is possible about the site. The starting of the decontamination method will include looking at the hazards, the accessibility in the building, and any type of way the Coronavirus could have spread in the building. This will allow our team to make a safety plan for Coronavirus building decontamination, and we will be able to identify the potential hazards.
Once we have finished this first phase, we may safely enter the building and get a clearer idea about what’s going on. Once inside the building, we will begin the following procedures:
- Identifying Coronavirus exposure risks
- Determining what physical hazards are present
- Testing the quality of the air
- Examining the construction of the building
- Beginning the documentation process with pictures and video
- …and take additional steps as needed
This survey will give us the remainder of the information we need for a custom made Coronavirus building decontamination program which will get rid of the Coronavirus contamination and keep it from spreading. It enables our cleanup team to address the issue in the safest, most effective manner possible.
Identification of new hazards is essential, which is why ongoing monitoring during the decontamination process may help in the recognition of new hazards.
The off-site and onsite surveys are a crucial component of the Coronavirus disinfection plan. Depending on the nature of this situation, they are completed in only a few hours, or they might take a couple of weeks to complete.
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Coronavirus Building Disinfection
In Biohazard Service Restore, we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to respond immediately to a Coronavirus crisis in the Rochester area. We can provide Coronavirus building decontamination for your school, nursing home, or commercial facility.
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If you believe that your building has been confronted with the Coronavirus and you do not really know what to do, give us a call. We are trained to decontaminate your facility and help to make sure all surfaces happen to be disinfected.