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www.evansvanodine.co.uk/post-lockdown-cleaning-disinfecting) Guidance for reopening after lockdown


Evans Vanodine has created a comprehensive COVID-19 Business Support Pack, to help and guide its customers with cleaning and disinfecting protocols.


The government’s task forces are looking at sectors including pubs and restaurants, recreation and leisure, places of worship and schools. Many businesses are looking to prepare for when they’re able to re-open, and special provisions need to be made to enable businesses to operate safely and keep staff, visitors and the general public safe and protected.


If a business, or school, is to reopen, there are considerations relating to social distancing, more frequent disinfection of hand-touch surfaces and, of course, hand hygiene. Research has shown Coronavirus is able to survive in the environment on surfaces (e.g. wood, plastic, glass and cardboard) from between 24 hours and 9 days (dependent on conditions like temperature and humidity).


If a building has been closed for the duration of the lockdown period, it is unlikely any virus would be present on surfaces. However, for staff, customer and pupil confidence it is advisable to follow existing hygiene programmes for cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces.


The support pack includes a COVID-19 brochure containing information on recommended products and dilution rates, guides on deep cleaning and PPE, wall charts, training checklists, hand hygiene best practice and Coronavirus FAQs. Special attention has been drawn to the recommended


Decontamination services highlighted by


The Floorbrite Group The Floorbrite Group has launched a new brochure and released a new video demonstrating their Decontamination services.


In the wake of the Coronavirus, the company is sharing their expertise in order to aid those companies in their efforts to get back up and running with healthy and clean facilities.


Nina Wyers, Marketing Director at the Floorbrite Group, said: “Floorbrite’s leading Decontamination services are for your business if you are looking at reopening your premises or introducing control measures against COVID-19.


“Our services include the use of anti-microbial chemicals which bond with surfaces in order to give you up to 30 days of protection against Coronavirus, a must if you want to reduce risk and give your staff and visitors peace of mind in returning to the work place or public spaces.”


The video, which is available here, highlights the decontamination and sanitisation services that are available from Floorbrite.


You can read the brochure via the website below: www.floorbrite.co.uk/coronavirus/


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dilution rates and contact times, highlighting what is required for a product to be effective against Coronavirus.


Employers may also need to update their risk assessment relating to Coronavirus. Evans’ Risk Assessment Portal is available to all users of its products, via head office or authorised distributors.


www.evansvanodine.co.uk


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