AuraClean takes an active role in the healthy maintenance of each facility we serve. We work proactively with our clients to minimize the potential risks and exposure of all facility occupants, customers, and visitors with our Germ hotspot disinfection tips:
Disinfect high-touch surfaces
Viruses and bacteria can remain on hard surfaces for up to 18 hours. To reduce illness, we ensure that high-touch surfaces such as door handles, desks, and phones are disinfected regularly. We use a combination of anti-microbial cleaners and disinfectants to remove and kill pathogenic micro-organisms that thrive in these areas. We increase cleaning frequencies of high-touch surfaces during the flu season to protect guests and staff against infection.
Deep Clean Restrooms
The buildup of harmful germs in restrooms can easily transfer to guest hands and cause illness. To thoroughly sanitize restroom surfaces, we implement a deep cleaning system that reaches all corners and sanitizes grout lines, walls, sinks, faucets and commodes. Combining high-pressure equipment and industry-grade chemicals will thoroughly remove harmful bacteria from restroom surfaces.
Flooring can contain more than 2 million bacteria parts per square inch, making it one of the top germ hotspots. To reduce overall bacteria levels throughout the facility we use clean mops and tools specifically designed to prevent cross contamination by separating dirty water from clean water.
Promote hand washing
With more than 50,000 bacteria parts per square inch, hands are an area where germs commonly thrive. Encouraging frequent hand washing is the single most effective method for reducing the spread of illness among guests and employees. Provide anti-microbial hand soap at employee and guest sinks throughout the facility. Touchless paper towel dispensers reduce contact between hands and dispensing units to provide an added level of protection against bacteria. In areas without sinks, consider installing hand-sanitizer dispensers or disinfecting wipe stations. Remind employees and guests about the importance of hand washing and how they contribute to infection-prevention programs.