Decontamination Cleaning Services Coronavirus Infection Control
Updated: Mar 28, 2020
ASHLEY CLEANING VIRUS PREVENTION SERVICES NATIONWIDE
We offer deep cleaning and infection prevention control to Hospitals, Ambulances, Dentists, Schools, Council Buildings, Restaurants, Nightclubs, Offices and Commercial Buildings in London.
We are specialists in coronavirus deep cleaning & COVID-19 decontamination cleaning services at your office, commercial buildings in London. 24/7 service. 0800 0234 058.
At Ashley Cleaning we perform a deep cleaning service to prevent any chance of Coronavirus spreading. We will ensure that any common areas that germs could spread will be cleaned. We carry out deep cleaning on site, then focus on the high risk regular touch points of the building. These areas are cleaned with either a virucidal and bactericidal, bleach based disinfectants, or superheated steam, as recommended by the centre for disease control.
DEEP CLEANING AND SANITATION SERVICES IN LONDON
If you are worried about the spread of the coronavirus at your business premises then book in a precautionary deep clean with us. Our deep cleaning and sanitising services include a wide range of options to suit your specific requirements. Deep cleaning can take many different forms, which can include environmental cleaning. If you'd like a one off cleaning service, Ashley Cleaning has the solution. Whatever your needs, we offer a range of excellent options for your commercial property. Our highly skilled cleaning team are trained to exceptional standards and can tackle a range of cleaning requirements. Our cleaners use in-house techniques to deliver superb results every time and are proud to use our own branded cleaning products.
CORONAVIRUS INFECTION CONTROL CLEANING
If you suspect that your business premises, your customers or any of your staff may be at risk from infection from the Coronavirus, call us today to discuss a deep clean service at your premises.
COVID-19: GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS AND BUSINESSES
Use government guidance as a minimum - We strongly suggest every business owner reads The Health and Safety Executive points to government guidance, its guide for employers is linked here COVID-19: guidance for employers and businesses
KEEPING SAFE FROM CORONAVIRUS IN THE WORKPLACE - OUR TIPS
As well as having a legal duty of care under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to ensure the safety of employees in the workplace, here are our helpful tips.
Daily hygiene – cover the basics.
Have you got enough soap, tissues and hand sanitiser, along with information for staff on the enhanced hand washing guidance? Additional cleaning of work areas (including desks and phones) is recommended, either by us, your designated cleaning contractors or by your employees. Think about encouraging hand washing on entering the office and making it easy for everyone to follow the government guidance on this. If you would like to discuss how we can assist your business in preparing for coronavirus in the workplace, please contact us.
AShley Cleaning virus prevention services
The Ashley Cleaning Virus Prevention Service is a service to support Facilities Managers & Office Managers in preventing COVID-19 and other well known viruses in your workplace and help protect the safety of your Staff.
Ashley Cleaning Services London and throughout the UK provides a full Deep Clean Service should your site be required to do so or should you like to carry out a precautionary deep clean. Our Deep Sanitising Cleaning Services includes sanitising to all touch points, surfaces, washrooms, floors, equipment and is tailored to suit your site specifications.
If a coronavirus COVID-19 case was present in a place, while symptomatic, decontamination is of the essence. However with the current situation it is highly recommended to deep clean any public place, work environment, school or premises so as to make sure that there is proper disinfection of all surface areas, equipment, and the disposal of any materials from which the virus could pass on to anyone in the said place. We make use of protective equipment and specialised cleaning tools and methods to carry out extensive deep cleaning.
Emergency Coronavirus Cleaning
As you may imagine our coronavirus deep cleaning services are currently in high demand. We are striving to offer our services as efficiently as ever, and we also have an emergency 24 hour coronavirus cleaning service in place. We are committed to provide you with rapid emergency response on a 24/7 basis throughout the UK, as your peace of mind matters to us.
Public Health England Guidance COVID-19: cleaning in non-healthcare settings Updated 19 March 2020
What you need to know
Cleaning an area with normal household disinfectant after someone with suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) has left will reduce the risk of passing the infection on to other people.
If an area can be kept closed and secure for 72 hours, wait until this time has passed for cleaning as the amount of virus living on surfaces will have reduced significantly by 72 hours.
Wherever possible, wear disposable or washing-up gloves and aprons for cleaning. These should be double-bagged, then stored securely for 72 hours then thrown away in the regular rubbish after cleaning is finished.
Using a disposable cloth, first clean hard surfaces with warm soapy water. Then disinfect these surfaces with the cleaning products you normally use. Pay particular attention to frequently touched areas and surfaces, such as bathrooms, grab-rails in corridors and stairwells and door handles.
If an area has been heavily contaminated, such as with visible bodily fluids, from a person with coronavirus (COVID-19), consider using protection for the eyes, mouth and nose, as well as wearing gloves and an apron.
Wash hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds, and after removing gloves, aprons and other protection used while cleaning.
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
The minimum PPE to be worn for cleaning an area where a person with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) is disposable gloves and an apron. Hands should be washed with soap and water for 20 seconds after all PPE has been removed.
If a risk assessment of the setting indicates that a higher level of virus may be present (for example, where unwell individuals have slept such as a hotel room or boarding school dormitory) or there is visible contamination with body fluids, then the need for additional PPE to protect the cleaner’s eyes, mouth and nose might be necessary. The local Public Health England (PHE) Health Protection Team (HPT) can advise on this.
Cleaning and disinfection
Public areas where a symptomatic individual has passed through and spent minimal time, such as corridors, but which are not visibly contaminated with body fluids can be cleaned thoroughly as normal.
All surfaces that the symptomatic person has come into contact with must be cleaned and disinfected, including:
objects which are visibly contaminated with body fluids
all potentially contaminated high-contact areas such as bathrooms, door handles, telephones, grab-rails in corridors and stairwells
Use disposable cloths or paper roll and disposable mop heads, to clean all hard surfaces, floors, chairs, door handles and sanitary fittings, following one of the options below:
use either a combined detergent disinfectant solution at a dilution of 1,000 parts per million available chlorine
a household detergent followed by disinfection (1000 ppm av.cl.). Follow manufacturer’s instructions for dilution, application and contact times for all detergents and disinfectants
if an alternative disinfectant is used within the organisation, this should be checked and ensure that it is effective against enveloped viruses
Avoid creating splashes and spray when cleaning.
Any cloths and mop heads used must be disposed of and should be put into waste bags as outlined below.
When items cannot be cleaned using detergents or laundered, for example, upholstered furniture and mattresses, steam cleaning should be used.
Any items that are heavily contaminated with body fluids and cannot be cleaned by washing should be disposed of.
If possible keep an area closed off and secure for 72 hours. After this time the amount of virus contamination will have decreased substantially and you can clean as normal with your usual products.