With vaccine rollouts and stats slowly dropping across the US, the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be becoming more and more manageable. Needless to say, our lives will be forever changed and virus disinfection and sanitization practices are here to stay. And one place where sanitization and disinfection will need to remain firmly in place is our Horry County schools.
Before opening for the new semester, all schools need to follow a thorough, professional cleaning and sanitization process before welcoming their students back. Once a professional clean has been done, the upkeep and maintenance of the school’s hygiene are imperative. The upkeep will involve creating a detailed plan for the school’s cleaning staff’s daily routine with a priority on all high-touch areas. Teachers and students should also be trained as to how to go about daily hygiene routines while at school.
Encourage Student EtiquetteAs the COVID-19 virus is thought mainly to be spread from person to person, one of the main precautions we can all take to limit the spread of the virus is by regularly washing and cleaning our hands. It’s essential to teach students and continuously remind them of proper hygiene etiquette when on campus.
Place signs around the campus to remind students, staff, and visitors of the proper etiquette, such as:
Cleaning Versus DisinfectingCleaning and disinfecting are two essential cleaning processes that need to take place in schools that will help slow the spread of Coronavirus and other infectious diseases. Before you get to cleaning areas within a school, it’s important to know the difference between cleaning and disinfecting––and why both are equally important.
Important Areas to Clean and Disinfect at SchoolsBelow is a list of areas that will need special attention when it comes to cleaning and disinfecting schools:
Why not use Restoration 1’s professional cleaning services to ensure your school campus is hygienic and safe for all students and teachers? Restoration 1 offers virus and disease clean-up services and will get you started on the road to a healthy school or campus environment. Restoration 1 also has a Keep It Clean Program that provides a full, hygienic, and environmental cleaning by using EPA-registered disinfectants and industry best-practices. These cleanings can be scheduled once a week, a month, or a semester depending on individual school requirements.
When it comes to virus disinfection and our children’s safety, it’s better to be safe than sorry. At Restoration 1 of Horry County, we offer a one-off or regular Keep It Clean Program for schools and universities. Here we provide a full, hygienic, and environmental cleaning by using EPA-registered disinfectants and industry best-practices. At Restoration 1 of Horry County, we will tailor this program to your school’s unique needs, guaranteeing a safer, healthier environment for your staff and students.
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