Coronavirus Cleaning for Hotels in AK – What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus COVID-19 Cleaning and Sanitization Agents and Processes
Ensure your hotels exposure the Coronavirus is mitigated properly, not only do you need the right cleaning agent, but you need the right process or sanitization will fail
We Offer Infectious Disease Cleanup for Coronavirus for AK Hotels in the Following Cities and Surrounding Areas: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, Wasilla, Kodiak, Soldotna, Palmer, Sitka, Homer
For Coronavirus cleaning, sanitization and disinfecting of your AK hotel count on the professional rapid response team at Peniel Environmental for infectious disease sanitization of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. From coast to coast Peniel Environmental offers emergency response and deployment of their infectious disease specialists to ensure your environment can be contained and cleaned as quickly as possible, mitigating risk to life and exposure to liability for your hotel.
Why Particular Attention Needs to Be Paid to the Cleaning Agent When Handling the Coronavirus COVID-19 at Your Hotel
Because your brand simply won’t tolerate any negative exposure, bad press, or worse legal litigation because you didn’t take the necessary precautions when you could have. When you are looking to undertake a cleaning or sanitization effort to protect against the Coronavirus in your hotel, the first step is to look for cleaning products and agents that can kill the pathogen. Products like Clorox Bleach, bleach wipes, Lysol and others, including commercially available cleaning products simply just won’t get the job done no matter that the front of the label says about viruses in general. Why is that? Because their kill claims say so. Choosing the right cleaning agent is critical to ensuring the mitigation of risk and exposure, and that requires choosing a product and manufacturer that makes kill claims without caveats, and specifically notes the Coronavirus. At Peniel Environmental we only use sanitization agents that claim 100% efficacy in its kill claims with specific regards to the Coronavirus. But that’s not all you need to ensure…
The Real Concern Should be in the Cleaning and Sanitization Process When it Comes to the Coronavirus and Your Alaska Hotel
Most people and cleaning companies, including those that claim to handle infectious disease as part of their service offerings don’t understand the necessary processes to ensuring the eradication of such a lethal pathogen like the novel Coronavirus. This pathogen is quite durable with it’s ability to live for up to 9 days outside of a host on inanimate surfaces. Additionally, in order to kill the virus, your cleaning process must include the necessary steps, and wait times during treatment to ensure the sanitization agent (one with 100% kill claims for Coronavirus) is in direct contact with the Coronavirus for the length of it’s dwell time, the time necessary for an agent to be able to eradicate the sturdy virus. Removing the agent before the certified and documented dwell times, or using an agent such as those available at your local stores, will not ensure it’s eradication and may lead to a false sense of security with regards to exposure and risk. Peniel Environmental, and representatives on it’s Emergency Rapid Response Infectious Disease Unit have over 20 years of experience in dealing with infectious diseases including many of the most feared pathogens we have faced in decades such as Ebola, and drug resistant MRSA. From coast to coast Peniel Environmental is at the ready to assist any organization affected and exposed to the Coronavirus. From schools to office buildings, hotels, restaurants, stadiums, airports, planes, shopping malls and more, count on Peniel Environmental to keep you safe.
Some of the Industries We Offer Infectious Disease Cleaning and Sanitization Services to in addition to Hotels for the Coronavirus COVID-19 Are:
Call Peniel Environmental today with any questions you have regarding the Coronavirus, your AK hotel, and your risks. 100% kill claims, and the right processes and quality control programs to ensure exposure to the Novel Coronavirus is mitigated.