How to protect yourself, your employees, and your facility from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus
With the abundance of information out there about COVID-19, you might find yourself wondering, “which precautions are accurate?” The following information has been carefully compiled from reliable resources including the CDC and the United States Department of Labor.
As the landscape for COVID-19 cleanup jobs progress, the most common question Essel has been getting is: how are workers being protected while cleaning areas that might be affected by COVID-19? The most common type of cleaning projects related to the COVID-19 pandemic falls under Pre-emptive cleaning, Suspected Cases, and Known Cases.
How do you control the perceived risk from COVID-19 if a person with assumed COVID-19 case enters their facility? How can facility managers know if cleaning efforts are working? How do you define clean? What if it is not possible to meet the recommended benchmark Pass/Fail values? Find answers to these questions and more here.