Step 1. Stage all necessary equipment, tools and chemicals.
Step 2. Review treatment map: Drawing or blueprint of office, floor, or facility and Label all cleaning routes.
Step 3. Technicians use appropriate PPE. Ex Coveralls , mask or respirator, goggles or face shield, gloves.
Step 4. First Pass: Decontamination Technician will spray and wipe surfaces with a mild alkaline detergent cleaner to removes germs and dirt from surfaces and touch points. The floors are Vacuumed or Mopped.
Step 5. Second Pass: Decon Technicians will use electrostatic sprayer or fogger to apply CDC Approved EPA Registered Disinfectant to surfaces and “High” touch points. The solution will remain wet for 10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on hard surfaces after cleaning, and will further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Step 6. Third pass: Decon Technicians will re-apply disinfectant via ULV fogger to surfaces again to insure the CDC recommended dwell time of 10 minutes is met to insure maximum efficacy.
Step 7. The Decon Technicians will move to the next area needing Decontamination on the Building Map until all areas are completed.
Step 8. After completion Decon Technicians will proceed to janitorial room or building exterior to clean and decontaminate all equipment.
Step 9. Any cleaning cloths are labeled and placed in bags for laundering.
Step 10. Decon Technicians will Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shield, gown, mask or respirator.
Step 11. Decon technicains will wash hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer immediately after removing all PPE.
Step 12. They Decon Technician will perform and document a final inspection and then secure the building or home.