Decontamination specialist launches STOP infection! app


The Decontaminator shares how its simple to use app will help keep your care home virus free this winter.

In these difficult times our political leaders have found that the demand for answers has required responses before the question is properly understood. SARS CoV-2 and COVID-19 are ‘novel diseases’ and the assumption that can be treated by methods used over the last 40-50 years is wishful blue sky thinking.

STOP infection! One building, one floor, one room at a time; using 21st century technology and 18th century mind-set.

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Q:           What does that mean?

A:            Clean all that is humanly possible, then decontaminate. Separate actions as a 2 part process.

Decontamination will achieve at least a 99.99% reduction of viruses, bacteria, mould and yeasts. The methods used treat for the unseen. Where deep-cleaning will address stains, marks and debris, wiping over surfaces, it will not achieve the same level of hygiene that fogging and spraying will achieve. So, to use both as NHS Cleaning Guidelines 2015 states, best practices will be achieved.

STOP infection! Is a simple to use app. Simply download the app via Google Playstore (Applestore to follow) and follow the instructions. Arriving at the landing-page will give the user an overview. Click through to the information gathering page and provide your information, and a price will be revealed for the size of the job you have in mind. If this is acceptable, then book via the diary. An emergency call-out option is available. An email will confirm.

Upon completion, photographic evidence and certification will follow.

The only question you need ask yourself is do I need to safeguard:

  • a vulnerable loved one
  • your employees
  • your team
  • those you protect under a duty of care

There is no need to get bogged down with the details. Call upon STOP infection! And thereby achieve the highest level of hygiene by using the best practices available.

To download the app, click here.

Tags : CoronavirusHealth & SafetyInfection Control

The author Lee Peart

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