ensuring clean public gathering spaces
Architect Your Plan to Meet CDC Guidelines
Set your organization up for success with an individualized plan informed by science. Federal OSHA guidelines require every business with > 10 employees to have a written COVID 19 plan that is communicated to employees.
Indoor Air Quality
Air quality and circulation are a primary factor in the spread of COVID-19 and can be assessed, monitored, and improved. Building occupancy should be rated for use cases – ex dining in a restuarant is 8-12 air changes per hour. Fresh air should be brought into the space and air flow should be designed to exit the building as quickly as possible.
Simple kits can assist in detecting SARS-CoV-2 on hard surfaces in offices, restaurants, and other places of business. It is important to test if the air ducts have COVID19 present to know if it was being circulated at the location.
Deep Clean & Disinfecting
If someone in your facility has tested positive or if precautionary measures are needed, there are steps you can take to safely deep clean and disinfect their workspace and shared workspaces. Surfaces can be treated so that they eliminate contact exposure to COVID for 90 days.