From MRSA to Rotavirus to Influenza, preventing the spread of illness and infection is of utmost importance in schools, daycare facilities, assisted living facilities, and other similar facilities where infections can spread easily or where the population is at higher risk of complications from an infection. Our infection control process protects everyone in your facility, ensuring everyone is happy and healthy.
There are numerous viruses, pathogens, bacteria, and fungi that can survive on surfaces for several hours or days, encouraging the spread of the infection. These microbes may be found throughout the facility – on hard surfaces like drinking fountains, doorknobs, desks, tables, and floors, or on soft surfaces like curtains, carpeting, and upholstered furniture. Effectively stopping the spread of infection requires complete coverage of all contaminated surfaces – now possible with our infection control service.
How It Works
We utilize the latest advancements in infection control to effectively treat all hard and soft surfaces to kill viruses, pathogens, bacteria and fungi that may be present. Using a combination of liquid and gas application, our method can cover an entire area, ensuring complete coverage and effectiveness even in hard-to-reach areas.
Application is safe to use on a variety of surfaces including wood, metal, stone, linoleum, and soft surfaces. Our formula is safe, effective, and ecologically smart.
Is it Right For My Facility?
We offer free inspections and are happy to answer any questions you may have about our service and if it is right for your facility. Our application is safe and suitable in a variety of facilities and is effective at eliminating viruses, pathogens, bacteria, and fungi that can cause illness or disease.
Infection Control Plans
Ongoing management can help prevent the spread of infection before it starts, and when an outbreak occurs, we want you to be ready to put a stop to it before it spreads. We will help you develop an infection control plan for your facility that would include regular maintenance and procedures to follow when there is a high risk of infection, protecting both your staff and those in your facility.