Decontamination cleaning

As COVID-19 coronavirus shuts down so much of the country, decontamination cleaning is a vital step to keeping schools, workplaces and the community safe.

This process is not only important after a possible case or contamination. Regular decontamination cleaning is a very important step in reducing the risk of transmission. Regularly decontaminating your workplace after hours, for example, could reduce the risk that one case takes your whole team out of action.

When decontaminating it’s vital to follow procedures to the letter without cutting any corners – which is why it’s so important to use a cleaner you can trust.

We follow Ministry of Health recommendations when decontaminating businesses, homes and community facilities, use products which exceed World Health Organisation standards, and have our own added procedures for extra safety.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we may be able to help, or for a free quote for our services.

Decontamination procedures are tailored to your environment, but usually include:

  • Cleaning of all doors, floors, desks, counters, tabletops, chairs, phones, keyboards and other hard surfaces using a combination of:
    • A bleach cleaner;
    • A standard detergent cleaning solution, followed by a 70% alcohol sanitiser.
  • Cleaning couches, covered chairs, curtains and soft furnishings using a combination of:
    • Chemical cleaning and 70% alcohol sanitiser;
    • Steam cleaning;
    • Removing from the premises to hot wash and dry.
  • Thoroughly cleaning every surface of bathrooms and kitchens using a combination of:
    • A bleach cleaner;
    • Disinfectant cleaning;
    • Steam cleaning;
    • Detergent cleaning, followed by 70% alcohol sanitiser.

During our decontamination process, we follow stringent procedures to keep you and our own staff safe. These include:

  • Single use of cleaning items like cloths and pads to reduce the risk of transfer from room to room;
  • Keeping our staff safe through proper use of appropriate PPE and protective gear, regular hand cleaning procedures, supplied personal sanitisers and towels, and work with individual staff to make sure no one is coming to work sick;
  • Extra care with waste disposal procedures.