COVID-19

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How is your organization meeting the challenges created by the Coronavirus?

Is your cleaning staff trained to properly deal with COVID-19? Are they equipped with the right supplies, tools, and protective equipment?

The COVID-19 crisis has created new realities for businesses all across the globe. Howwhere, and when we work are all being impacted by the health crisis; facilities professionals are being challenged to find new ways for staying active while prioritizing health.

At Service by Medallion, we believe that a clean, sanitary workspace, regardless of the industry, is crucial to a long-lasting, profitable, thriving company. The COVID-19 crisis is simply bringing a truth that has always been a priority to the forefront.

While hiring a trained and experienced janitorial team can have a positive impact on your company’s overall cleanliness, you and your staff need to be fully informed on the latest strategies and techniques for creating a healthy workspace; during these times, one that reduces the spread of the Coronavirus.

To validate your program is on the right track, consider the following questions:

  • Do your employees know how to properly use disinfectants, how frequently to apply them and where to apply them?
  • Are you taking measures to prevent the buildup of organic materials over time?
  • What current infrastructure features throughout your facility reduce or prevent surface touching?
  • Is the right technique?

You may not have an answer to the above questions, and  that is okay. With the information provided on this page, you’ll soon gain more knowledge to create a comprehensive strategy for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic at your facility.

COVID-19 LATEST INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES

Service By Medallion believes that reliable information is the most important aspect for meeting the challenges of COVID-19 and maintaining a healthy workspace. With that in mind, we will continue to closely monitor the latest information and guidelines from leading health organizations. On this page, you will find up-to-date resources that help you properly use cleaning products, control infections, and maintain safety all throughout your building and organization.

Information on this page will come from the CDC and EPA, allowing you to keep a close watch on the latest changes.

Our award-winning team is ready to provide the right cleaning solutions for your workplace environments.

COVID-19
RESPONSE
CLEANING

Disinfecting Specialist focused on High Touch Areas.

Reduce cross-contamination, spread of pathogens and give building occupants peace of mind.

Trained by Medallion’s EH&S on the proper and safe application of CDC-approved disinfectants.

Ensure a clean and safe workplace environment during daily operations.

COVID-19
WORKPLACE DECON
TASK FORCE

Prepare by being proactive with a one-time cleaning disinfection of your workplace.

Ensure your employees return to a clean and safe environment after the COVID-19 shutdown.

The specialized disinfecting task force is highly trained on the use of latest fogging and manual wiping technologies to ensure your office environment is decontaminated for safe use.

WORKPLACE
RECONFIGURATION FOR
PHYSICAL DISTANCING

Installation of physical barriers and sneeze guards between cubicle partitions.

Workstation furniture modifications and reconfiguration.

Complete cubicle installation and furniture assembly.

Furniture relocation, removal, disposal and moving services.

Signage, space planning and flexible workstation strategies.

WORKPLACE
CLEANING FOR
HEALTH

A refreshed approach to cleaning services that makes employees’ health the #1 priority.

High touch areas are part of the recurring scope of work

Training to another level: prevention of cross-contamination of infection disease.

Technology that increases effectiveness of cleaners, sanitizers and disinfectants.

This program carries the care for sustainability that Medallion is know for.

HOW TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF TRANSMISSION

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with others, especially those who are sick.
  • Refrain from shaking hands with others for the time being.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Perhaps the most important message you can give to employees: stay home when you are sick.
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