When do I need to sanitize and disinfect?
Sanitization should not be an extraordinary activity but an ordinary procedure in every respectable workplace, food plants, accommodation facilities (Hotels, B&Bs), schools and hospitals. The company shall ensure a daily cleaning but also a periodic sanitisation of premises, environments, workstations, as well as common and leisure areas, in order to avoid any risk of contamination: a periodic sanitisation of any keyboards, touch screen and mouse with suitable detergents must be guaranteed, both in the offices and in the production departments.
According to the idea of creating a safe and hygienic environment, it is more than an option “sterilising” settings such as Hotels, B&Bs, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, food industries, offices and so on.
The “sterilisation”is meant to remove every vegetative life forms, spores and viruses.
Infertility is an absolute concept that does not accept any variation and therefore no terms such as “almost sterile” can be used, as the presence of even a single microbial cell cancels out infertility.
How does the sanitisation work?
It is possible listing the main steps for implementing a proper environments sanitisation:
- Manual Sanitisation
- Sanitisation with Ozono
- Sanitisation with aerosol dispensers.
Whatever is the technique chosen and used for the sanitisation, what we really need to realise is that this measure should be considered nowadays as regular and normal routine. Without a regular intervention, there is a risk of a bacterial infection that, if not treated properly, can lead to the subsequent multiplication of bacteria or even Virus.
It is therefore important to implement all the prevention measures with a regular cleaning, sanitisation and disinfection and by constant monitoring to ensure that the health of the environments is totally guaranteed for anyone.
How much does a sanitization operation cost?