Coronavirus Infection Control Cleaning

Coronavirus infection control cleaning

If you suspect that your business premises are contaminated and maybe risk for your customers or any of your staff from the Coronavirus, call us today on 0403047411. Advanced Hygienics has the expertise, certification and expertise to carry out disinfection on your premises. We will execute the disinfection of your business premises to the appropriate standards, with manual cleaning and fogging if practical to give your business a clean bill of health that will  allow you to keep your business open.

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How long do our infection control services take?

How long do our infection control services take?

The time needed to treat your premises depends on the size of your premises and the total area that requires decontamination.

How soon can we visit your premises?

How soon can we visit your premises?

Due to the high demand for our infection control services due to the coronavirus outbreak, our services are in high demand and site visits will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

What touch-points could be cleaned?

The frequently touched surfaces within your premises are likely to include the following:

o    Desktops and work surfaces
o    Doorknobs and handles
o    Light switches
o    Computer keyboards and mouse
o    Telephone handsets and headsets
o    Office and reception chairs
o    Canteen furniture
o    Sinks
o    Kitchens
o    Toilets – full wash
o    Water fountains
o    Vending machines
o    Lifts and escalators.

Not included in proposals:
o    Crockery, cups, glasses, trays and utensils
o    Tablets and other digital devices

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What processes do we use for decontamination?

FREQUENTLY TOUCH-POINT & FOGGING

FREQUENTLY TOUCH-POINT Surface cleaning

We will focus on disinfection of all regular touch-points in your building.

FOGGING

We will then carry out a fogging process throughout your building using specially developed anti-microbial disinfectants, only if it practical to do so.

How soon after treatment can your business be operational?

How soon after treatment can your business be operational?

After the disinfection of your premises, the areas cleaned will need to be left for six hours, after which it can be used.

Why is fogging so effective at infection control?

Why is fogging so effective at infection control?

Conventional cleaning products may claim to kill 99.9% of germs, though this is often not the case, due to the way they are applied. As an alternative to conventional specialist cleaning, fogging kills all but 0.0001% of bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
This process leaves your premises as infection-free as is possible. As a further example, conventional cleaning is not enough to get rid of MRSA. Fogging is effective at removing MRSA* and kills a wide range of pathogens.
In the same way that most infection cleaning practices are not very effective, not all disinfectants are effective either. They may be ineffectual depending on the surfaces they are applied to and the environment they are in. Our expertise in infection control ensures the right chemicals and cleaning agents are used as well as the correct process.

*MRSA: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

Further information specific to the coronavirus – WHOs Coronavirus advisory advice for the public. You can also read coronavirus situation reports here and the WHO’s Coronavirus condition overview.
The chemical that will be used for disinfection is based on the information gathered from various International Health Departments specifically NSW Government, however they are not using a specific formula specified on the websites.
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“There is an Infection Prevention and Control Practice Handbook that outlines the appropriate steps for cleaning a room to ensure there are no viruses remaining.“,

Health Protection NSW, 2020, COVID-19 – Frequently asked questions, NSW Government, 18 March 2020,

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Infection Prevention and Control Practice Handbook (Pg. 128)

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