Dispelling COVID deep cleaning myths

Dispelling COVID deep cleaning myths. Providing you guidance on what cleaning standards to achieve and maintain post COVID.

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Ensuring your building is clean and safe after COVID

As the Government eases lock down rules and organisations begin to open offices, deep cleaning regimes will play a key part to reduce the risk of another virus out break.

Every organisation has the responsibility to take certain protective measures to ensure that on top of social distancing, employees returning to the office are safe to do so. 

Many suppliers are suggesting COVID deep cleaning services, yet much of their advice flies in the face of WHO and Governmental standards.

In this video, we break down some of the myths around COVID cleaning to give you a roadmap for your office reopen plans.

Get insights from the experts 

Christian Harris, Founder of Slip Safety Services and Decontamination Cleaning UK  joins us to bring clarity to the deep cleaning and maintenance standards required in this new era.

With over a decade of experience in the industry and having partnerships with many insurers and brokers on risk management, Christian has supported several large financial and legal firms as well as key stakeholders to ensure buildings are clean and safe to reopen. 

Learning outcomes

  • Understand what cleaning standards to achieve and maintain post COVID
  • Have accurate information around COVID cleaning
  • Have practical guidance on how to test if your office building is truly clean and safe

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Read the article

Implementing a deep cleaning regime post COVID19

<strong>Yodit Stanton</strong>
Yodit Stanton

CEO & Founder at OpenSensors

Webinar presentation deck

Dispelling COVID deep cleaning.pdf

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