UPHOLSTERY CLEANING & FABRIC PANEL CLEANING

ServiceMaster Clean has developed highly effective upholstery cleaning systems and products to clean a wide variety of fabrics. We work together with manufacturers’ suggested treatments and use approved products and methods to carefully pre-treat and clean your office furniture upholstery and fabric panels.




WORKSTATION AND TELEPHONE SANITIZING

COVID-19 has changed everything for offices.  Workspaces need to be cleaned regularly, high touch points in offices need to be disinfected continuously and computer work stations and telephone sanitizing is becoming a much larger concern for many offices in order to keep workplace occupants safe.

While certain areas of offices are more prone to bacteria such as door handles, elevator buttons, reception areas, phones, computer keyboards and mice, desks can often be the worst offenders.  A research study conducted by a microbiologist at the University of Arizona, Dr. Charles Gerba, found that an office desk can have almost 21,000 germs per square inch and phones has more than 25,000 germs per square inch. 

ServiceMaster of Kingston, Belleville and Trenton will work with you to provide a plan to sanitize computer keyboards, screens and telephone handsets to ensure all germs and bacteria are eliminated and the risk of infection controlled.  The end result being a clean, healthy and safe workplace for your staff.

We offer proprietary cleaning and disinfection processes to keep your business running optimally, by effectively sanitizing and protecting staff from germs that might lurk on computer equipment, desks and other places within work stations.

In addition to dust accumulation that can damage a computer's delicate components, computers can be unhygienic hot spots for offices. Bacteria, viruses, skin flakes, oils and grime can collect on keyboards and monitor screens. Protect two of your most important assets—your employees and your computers—with regular cleaning and disinfection by ServiceMaster of Kingston, Belleville and Trenton.




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Bio-hazard Cleanup

It is never easy to deal with bio-hazard cleanup. No business owner should have to attempt to do this kind of cleaning by himself. In fact, in many places, only licensed professionals are allowed to clean the kind of biological hazards that are found at these sites; materials like body fluids or blood. Bio-hazard cleanup is undesirable work to do; both because of the source of the hazard and the serious safety concerns of handling hazardous materials. You need a professional who is trained to handle these types of situations and handle the cleanup safely and effectively.

Our Trauma Response Services include: •Homicide and Violent Crimes Cleanup •Suicide Cleanup •Unattended Death Cleanup •Automobile / Vehicle Blood Cleanup •Accident and Injury Cleanup •Distressed Property / "Hoarding" Cleanup

At ServiceMaster Clean of Kingston, Belleville and Trenton, we have expertise in providing sensitive, prompt and professional cleanup of both biologically and chemically contaminated scenes. All technicians are provided with a full battery of vaccinations against Hepatitis A & B and Tetanus. •We meet, or exceed, the Provincial and Federal requirements. •Technicians are issued and trained to use full PPE, including cut-resistant Kevlar gloves and full respirators with HEPA filtration. •Biohazard waste must be disposed of according to law; in designated bags packaged within specially marked boxes. We have an agreement with a licensed disposal operator for pickup and incineration. Blood and body fluids contain many dangerous pathogens and present not only a health hazard, but also a massive liability if not disposed of properly. •We use hospital grade, EPA registered cleaning products that combine bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal properties. •Our technicians are trained in applying various odor-control methods, including HEPA air scrubbers, chemical counteractants, Hydroxyls and specialized cleaning products.HWIN Licensed & Ontario Ministry of the Environment Certified

ServiceMaster Clean is licensed by the Hazardous Waste Information Network (HWIN). This license allows us to register their activities, process electronic manifests and pay hazardous waste fees, to guarantee all activities are tracked by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change. We are recognized and certified by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. This informs consumers that ServiceMaster follows all guidelines, practices and procedures when removing and cleaning biohazardous materials, contact us to ensure your issues are resolved quickly and properly.

 

 

 

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Emerging and Infectious Diseases

For years, ServiceMaster Clean have been the experts in creating clean, safe and healthy workplace environments. Our experience and training in healthcare spaces afford us the ability to promote safe practices for infection prevention within all businesses. We are fully equipped to provide you with the preventative and specialty cleaning services you need. ServiceMaster Clean provides a full range of cleaning and disinfection services that will help to keep your workplace healthy and productive.

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Did you know?

Isn’t “clean”, “disinfect” and “sanitize” the same thing?

To the general public, these three terms — clean, disinfect, sanitize — are often used interchangeably. However, to a cleaning professional, these terms are not the same and can refer to very different outcomes. According to Public Health Canada and the U.S. Center for Disease Control, the definition of these terms are as follows:

Clean
This refers to the removal of visible dirt and debris through the use of soap or detergent and water. While this process may remove germs from surfaces, it does not necessarily kill the germs. This said, the mere act of germ removal lowers their numbers and does help in reducing the risk of infection.
Disinfect
With disinfection, germs are actually KILLED on surfaces through the use of chemicals. This process does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Sanitize
Lastly, the term sanitize has its roots in the word “Sanitary” which is defined as “of or relating to health”. When you keep this in mind, to sanitize means lowering the number of germs on surfaces to a safe level, as judged by public health standards or requirements. This can be achieved by either cleaning and/or disinfecting surfaces to lower the risk of spreading infection.
Not to confuse you anymore, but as an added bonus, we’ll also define the term “sterilize” which is the process in which chemicals are used to kill ALL microbial life including bacteria, viruses, spores and fungi. This is a process that is very rarely undertaken in a facility outside of a healthcare setting.

So, for a cleaning professional, our disinfection process for your commercial facility is routinely a 2-step process - We clean first, then disinfect - in order to provide you with a sanitary facility in which to work!

 

Sources:

  1. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/school/cleaning.htm
  2. https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/diseases-conditions/cleaning-disinfecting-public-spaces.html
  3. https://www.publichealthontario.ca/-/media/documents/bp-cleaning-disinfection-sterilization-hcs.pdf?la=en
  4. https://www.foodsafety.ca/blog/understanding-difference-between-cleaning-sanitizing-sterilizing

Do I have to move furniture before my acrylic floor cleaning?

Yes. We do not remove heavy items such as file cabinets, conference room tables, book cases, lobby furniture, and large pieces of furniture. We recommend that you have any such items moved prior to your appointment date. If items are too large to move, consult with your technician.

Is acrylic flooring slippery when wet?

Any floor can be slippery when wet. Our acrylic products are considered to have acceptable slip resistance according to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) B101.3-2012 test method for measuring wet dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) of common hard-surface floor materials.


 
 
 

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