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“How You Can Implement Medical Cleaning Practices Into Other Residential & Commercial Cleaning Situations”

26 Mar 2020 9:07 AM | Christopher Parsons

Healthcare facilities require a higher standard level of cleaning than regular homes and offices as medical facilities have a higher concentration of germs and viruses, as well as risks of exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

While the risks are higher in healthcare settings, homes and offices still contain the same risks. People come home and go to work sick, they bleed, and everything else that's found in medical settings. Therefore, it is best for cleaning professionals to use similar medical cleaning training and practices for cleaning non-medical areas. The same precautions and methods protect cleaners, workers, and residents.

Harmful bacteria, germs, and viruses are present all around us. We all must take care of ourselves by being informed and making wise choices to minimize our exposure and chances of getting sick or a disease. It's also imperative to use a certified cleaning company that understands and addresses these risks with proper cleaning technique, like WestStar Building Services here

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By taking proper precautions and using medical cleaning procedures in non-medical facilities like homes and offices we are less likely to get sick and are keeping ourselves healthy which allows us to bring our best work and self to others.

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