Everything You Need to Know
Recent events surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak have reinforced the importance of preventing the spread of illnesses in our buildings and communities. Shared germs can quickly cause major safety concerns, meaning it’s critical that we work together to help prevent the spread of illnesses with proper disinfection.
Now, you and your team can help prevent the spread of illnesses in just 4 simple steps…
Establish Your Facility's Prevention Plan
Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, ongoing assessments of your processes and product needs were critical to keeping your facility running smoothly. Now, it’s imperative to stay on top of your supply needs and be prepared to combat the spread of germs in your facility.Your BSC Facility Checklist
Identify Your Facility's Most Common Touchpoints
To practice proper prevention, it’s also important that you and your team are properly informed about the most commonly-touched surfaces in your building.
Disinfect Your Facility with Powerful Products
Arguably the most important step in the disinfection process is choosing the most effective products for your facility. You need products that you can count on to keep Everything Clean and safe for you and your building’s guests.
Midlab offers a complete line of cleaners, disinfectants, and sanitizers for eliminating bacteria and helping prevent the spread of viruses like COVID-19. As part of our Everything Clean mission, all of our products were manufactured in a LEED™ Gold-certified facility for the least harmful effect on the environment.
Prepare Your Crew with Critical Safety Information
Midlab is here to help you and your crew keep Everything Clean in your facility. From disinfection products and training techniques to today’s recommended safety procedures, we’re providing access to educational resources* specifically-designed for cleaning office buildings.
Help Prevent the Spread of Illnesses in Your Facility
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*Information found in these resources is based on recent updates and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).