You must make critical business decisions to safely reopen and stay open. You don’t have time to wade through vast amounts of confusing, sometimes conflicting information. You need the tools, techniques, and trained staff to carry out new processes for disinfection protocols. We get it and offer you peace-of-mind.
A Cleanscore certified company, SANISTAFF helps you remove the guesswork when it comes to verifying disinfection and mitigating risk. Cleanscore’s data-driven methodology, available through SANISTAFF, is a proprietary aggregate of factors including before and after Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) testing and RLU measurements, the latest OSHA recommendations, as well as guidance from the CDC, the EPA/FDA, and others.
Through Cleanscore, SANISTAFF helps you measure gaps, flag risks, and prioritize quick changes that can increase the operational safety of your business. We can assess your cleaning standards and protocols, test high-touch areas of concern in your environment, and deliver your Cleanscore.
Then we’ll provide everything you need to achieve your goals and improve your Cleanscore. SANISTAFF experts will conduct your actual disinfection using non-toxic, certified organic cleaning agents and scientifically advanced, proven application methodologies and equipment like electrostatic sprayers. We’ll even work with you to secure reimbursement for associated expenses.
We have partnered with the nation’s best product and equipment companies and reskilled displaced hospitality workers in the Washington DC area to bring you the ‘best of’ what’s available now! Ready to go staff, equipment and products in-stock (no backorders).
NBC NEWS: HOW DELTA DEEP CLEANS
Watch this video to see how Delta Airlines is protecting its staff and patrons.
- The old rules of cleaning no longer apply – disinfection is the new norm
- Traditional cleaning services only remove food and soil from surfaces
- Chemical disinfectants pose health risks, especially when used on or near food
- Non-toxic products now exist proven to kill COVID-19 Coronavirus
- Companies like Delta Airlines are using non-toxic disinfection solutions