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Ensure Your Employees' Safety, Combat COVID-19

Updated: Aug 3, 2020

Our lives changed dramatically in the early part of 2020. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) that descended on the U.S. in the middle of March altered the lives of most Americans. Restrictions that were implemented to stop the spread brought much of life as we know it to a halt.

As we strive to return to some—or any—sense of normalcy, the threat of contracting COVID is still very real. Let Corporate Sanitization decontaminate and sanitize and your facilities so that all who enter—employees, customers, visitors and patrons—will be and feel safe. Corporate Sanitization’s specialists are expert cleaners and committed to excellent customer service. Our company is certified and approved by the EPA and the CDC.

Whatever kind of facility/facilities you own and/or run, it’s imperative that everyone—especially those with compromised immune systems—who enters has a sterilized environment. Dirt, pollen, dust mites, insects, mold, mildew and other pollutants are just some of the common health hazards of unclean facilities.

Your company’s image matters. A dirty environment can tarnish a company’s reputation. You sell your services, but you also sell the company as a whole. Its appearance is a direct reflection of how you operate. Potential clients might change their minds about with whom they do business.

Many employees spend eight to 10 hours a day at work. Walking into a clean environment will start the day on a positive note. A clean work area gives them clear heads, good energy and motivation. Conversely, a work space with dirty carpets, unpleasant odors, unclean bathrooms and miscellaneous stains can take a huge toll on everyone’s morale.

And know that exposure to and transmission of blood-borne pathogens can occur in any facility. The various types of blood-borne pathogens include malaria, syphilis, brucellosis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV. Hepatitis B and HIV can be transmitted through contact with any body fluid that’s visibly contaminated with blood. Certain blood-borne viruses can live for days outside the body and still cause infection. Hepatitis B can live in dried blood for up to a week, and hepatitis C can survive for up to four days.

Give everyone in your facility peace of mind in knowing that the cleaning technicians from Corporate Sanitization are keeping their environment safe, sanitary and pleasant. We use state-of-the-art equipment and best-in-class disinfectant.

Corporate Sanitization operates out of Philadelphia and northeastern Pennsylvania. Fill out the Contact form on this website. We’re also available via phone, fax and email.

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