Viruses, bacteria, and infectious diseases pose severe risks to your health. For the inexperienced or untrained, adequately disinfecting invisible pathogens is a difficult task. Biohazard remediation refers to the removal, cleaning, and disinfection of bodily fluids, blood, and other potentially harmful pathogens after an accident, disease outbreak, or death. Because of the high exposure risk, biohazard remediation is a specialized service that requires the highest standards and requires proper training, certification, licensing, and equipment.
Alabama Bio-Clean Disinfection Services
Appropriate disinfection destroys or inactivates infectious or other unwanted organisms. Disinfecting an area requires a much more robust process than sanitizing. You can learn the difference between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting here.
With increased concerns about the spreading of the coronavirus, SARS-COV-2, the cause of COVID-19, it is more important than ever to protect your family, employees, and customers. At Alabama Bio-Clean, we are thorough, diligent, and never skip a step because we know that every step of the disinfecting protocol is essential to your safety.
Alabama Bio-Clean Disinfection Process
- We assess the area and consult with you to discover the unique challenges of your business or home. Your cleaning and disinfection plan will be one-of-a-kind.
- Next, we prevent cross-contamination by containing the affected area(s).
- Deep clean. This is done by HEPA vacuuming, damp wiping, and cleaning. Cleaning and disinfecting are very different things. Surfaces must be cleaned using a disinfectant cleaner prior to the final application of disinfectant.
- We then test using an Adenosine Triphosphate Luminometer to ensure all surfaces are clean enough to apply a disinfectant.
- Finally, an EPA-approved disinfectant is applied in the correct concentration, application method, and contact time.
When we consult with you, we will find out what your most high-traffic and high touch areas are.
Common high touch areas for disinfection services include:
- Workstations such as desks or counters
- Doorknobs and entryway doors
- Phones, keyboards and mouse devices
- Toilet handles
- Light switches
- Restroom faucets and dispensers
- Elevator buttons
When is disinfection needed?
In general, an area should be sanitized if food was present but must be disinfected if a biohazard was present. Biohazards that call for disinfection include, but are not limited to:
- Disease outbreaks
- Tuberculosis, TB
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, MRSA
- SARS-COV-2. Coronavirus, human coronavirus, and COVID-19
- Crime Scenes
- Homicide cleanup
- Death or suicide
- Blood cleanup
- Vehicular accidents
- Sewage spills
- Animal waste and/or remains
Disinfecting for the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
The safety and health of your family, customers, and employees are threatened by COVID-19, which is why we take our job so seriously. When you want peace-of-mind and are unwilling to take chances, call Alabama Bio-Clean.