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Keeping your building CDC-compliant with specialty cleaning services

As you open up your commercial building for business again, you’ll want to do everything in your power to provide your employees and tenants with a safe working environment.

Here are four tips to help ensure your building is CDC-compliant, including using our specialty cleaning services in Mount Olive, NJ.

1. Draft up a coronavirus health and safety plan for your building

This guide will look different from business to business, so you’ll want to use the guidelines from the CDC and your state officials as your guide in creating this plan. Consider sending your employees a version of this plan to review and familiarize themselves with before they come in to work.

You’ll also want to review these guidelines at least once a month — or every one to two weeks, if possible — to update them according to the latest information from public health officials.

2. Evaluate the building for potential risks

Before you open up for business again, check your entire building to ensure that it’s ready and safe for people to work in.

Make sure that all HVAC systems are working properly, that windows are functional and safe to use, and to resolve any safety or hygiene issues that may have occurred while the building was closed.

During this time, you’ll also want to identify any spaces or situations in your building that may increase exposure to others and fix them.

3. Implement safety guidelines and train your employees accordingly

Put up the required and recommended signage throughout the building reminding people of public health practices they must follow, including social distancing and regular handwashing.

Rearrange office spaces to ensure that everyone stays at least six feet apart at all times. Remind your workers that they should not show up to work if they’re experiencing coronavirus symptoms — and consider checking everyone’s temperatures before they enter the building as well.

Assess these practices on a regular basis alongside your coronavirus health and safety plan, to ensure that you’re providing your employees with the latest safety guidelines from the CDC and state officials.

4. Hire specialty cleaning services to disinfect the office building

Before letting people come to work, disinfect the premises from top to bottom with CDC-compliant commercial cleaning services. If someone suspected to have COVID-19 enters the building, make sure to perform another round of cleaning and disinfection to limit your other employees’ chances of exposure.

Cleaning Concepts specializes in cleaning and disinfecting for commercial buildings, and our range of services in this area include:

  • Pressure water washing
  • Trash removal
  • Restroom sanitization
  • Fabric and carpet cleaning

For more information on how to reduce the coronavirus risk in your building, please look to the CDC’s COVID-19 Employer Information for Office Buildings guide.

Schedule an appointment for your building’s commercial cleaning today

When your building is in need of a professional cleaning that stands up the CDC’s strict standards, get in touch with Cleaning Concepts. Although we’re based in Mount Olive Township, we serve all of Morris County as well.

We don’t just offer COVID-19 disinfections either — our specialty cleaning services in Mount Olive, NJ include commercial cleaning, porter service, and thorough dry cleaning for mattresses and uniforms.

Contact us using the form on our website if you have any questions or concerns about our services. Otherwise, give us a call at (201) 773-8677 to receive your free quote.