Coronavirus Decontamination and Disposal Services
COVID-19 shut down most businesses in 2020. As things started to open back up, it became clear that for businesses to thrive, there were additional cleaning requirements that needed to be met. As a business owner, you may be asking yourself whether you should hire a company that specializes in COVID decontamination and disposal. To better help you understand if your business needs this level of service, it can be helpful to contact a professional that provides coronavirus decontamination and disposal services in Los Angeles, CA like Nielsen Environmental. Below are some questions you might want to consider when weighing your options.
Do you have a lot of high traffic areas in your workplace?
High-traffic areas are places multiple employees use, and as a result, leave germs like COVID-19 behind. Common areas like eating spaces, bathrooms, and meeting rooms will need to be decontaminated after use to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. In these spaces it is important to disinfect counters, doorknobs, light switches, the handles of sink faucets, furniture such as chairs and tables, and walls.
Do you have the resources to prevent an outbreak?
To be effective, you need to have the skill and experience to understand what is most effective. Knowing what disinfectants to use on the surface it is being applied to and how long it needs to stay there before being wiped away are critical to prevent the spread of the virus. You also have to have the right supplies. Perhaps most importantly you need to have the time or personnel available to complete the work. If you are limited in any of these areas, then you might be wasting your time conducting ineffective cleanings.
Are the people in your workplace taking precautions?
There may be people in your workplace who aren’t as careful about following COVID-19 precautions such as wearing a mask, limiting exposure to large crowds of people, consistent hand washing, and practicing social distancing. If they aren’t it not only increases their risk of contracting the virus, it also increases the likelihood that they can spread it. Providing specialized coronavirus cleaning at your workplace will lower the risk of a careless employee or customer spreading the virus.
What will happen if there is an outbreak?
It’s essential to think about what will happen if someone spreads COVID-19 at work. Will your business be able to function with multiple employees out? Will customers be hesitant to buy from you if they know that your business has been the center of an outbreak? Would your business have to close temporarily for a health inspection before opening back up?
Thinking about the answers to these questions and more as well as discussing them with a COVID-19 cleaning expert will help you understand whether a specialized service is right for you.