Pandemic Cleaning for San Antonio Businesses
The Commercial Cleaning Industry Needs Support -- SERVPRO Leads the Way
Are you a facility or maintenance manager in the San Antonio area? Once the World Health Organization (WHO) declared this pandemic, have your concerns and questions about how to handle cleaning and disinfectant products in your building multiplied? You are not isolated, but fortunately, there are resources for you and the owners or directors of commercial buildings.
All Inquiries Lead to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
A collaborative effort among local and federal agencies helps schools and businesses cope with the stress and unknown of how to deal with the virus contamination. The CDC, along with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Department of Homeland Security (website ready.gov), and more offer information and protocols to help you clarify and adapt cleaning and disinfecting routines. In San Antonio, we use these cleaning protocols help keep the buildings you manage to be safe.
SERVPRO Is a Biohazard Remediation Specialist
The high-trained and extensively experienced crews at your local SERVPRO have a significant hands-on background in cleaning and applying EPA registered disinfectants, as well as containing, removing, and lawfully disposing of hazardous medical waste. Our crews respond to calls for cleaning and disinfection, mold infestations, flooding events, and crime or trauma scenes. We certify our technicians in infectious material mitigation and remediation.
Contact SERVPRO of Braun Station practical assistance and guidance on how to manage the coronavirus pandemic issues in your facility. Call us at (210) 267-2159 to see how we can help you follow the CDC guidelines and recommendations.
We use advice from the medical and scientific community detailing how to deal with the coronavirus, based on present expertise, which is subject to change as the aspect continues to evolve. There can be no guarantee that disinfectants alone are adequate to eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.
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