1- Develop a Plan
Write down the standard operating procedures for cleaning and guidelines for when sanitizing or disinfecting may apply. Tip: Include schedules both for routine activities and those performed periodically.
2- Basic Cleaning or Disinfection
Start by asking, is disinfection necessary for the well-being of my facility? If not, you can use detergent and water or an all-purpose cleaner.
3- Establish a clean routine for frequently-touched surfaces such as:
Light switches, railings, equipment, doorknobs, workstations, and countertops.
4- Go for less-hazardous ingredient products
If you determine disinfection/sanitization is necessary, try using chemicals approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
5- Provide information and train your staff
According to OSHA’s standards, ensuring cleaners’ training on chemicals used in workplace hazards is a must for every organization: the staff needs to know the correct usage of the products, their potential symptoms and risks, and the appropriate protective equipment to handle them.
6- Evaluate the plan
Get feedback from the people using the products and tenants.
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