Now that summer is almost over, it’s likely that people will be in the office on a regular occasion now that vacations are over with. While it’s always good to have employees back in the office, they may unintentionally bring germs and other microbes they picked up on vacation with them. After the coronavirus hit the US, it became apparent that one of the keys to staying healthy is regularly sanitizing areas with lots of people present. When you think about it, the office is one of those high traffic places. By regularly sanitizing the office, you help cut down on any microbial outbreaks that make you sick.

Increase Ventilation

When the ventilation in an area is increased, it generally allows for more air movement. The more air movement you have in a space, the less likely germs and other harmful microbes will settle in an area. If it’s possible, try opening a window for a few hours a day or week.

Clean All Areas Often Touched

Do you know the high contact areas in your office? Some of them may include the front door, kitchen area, and bathroom. Make sure to clean these areas often to prevent any microbes from lingering and potentially getting others in the office sick.

Wash Hands Often

You have the power to eliminate germs from spreading around the office. One of the best ways you can cut down on the amount of germs you spread is by washing your hands on a regular basis. Any time you touch a common surface, wash your hands with soap and water to get rid of germs. Do that before and after touching the surfaces to avoid spreading germs to other areas of the office.

Clean With Soap and Water, Then Disinfect

When it comes to cleaning the office, there is a right and wrong way to accomplish it. Also, you have many ways to make sure germs don’t spread from place to place as you clean. First, we recommend that you clean surfaces with soap and water. That helps to kill some of the germs on those surfaces. From there, you’ll want to disinfect to ensure as many germs as possible have died.

Purchase Our Equipment

Lastly, you can always purchase our special equipment. Regardless of your industry, you need to have some kind of sanitization efforts. With our equipment, you know it works in the background 24 hours a day, seven days a week and doesn’t require any downtime. Plus, you’ll have a report from each of the machines you install, detailing the number of harmful microbes killed.

Sanitizing the office doesn’t have to be a major undertaking. With regular cleanings and assistance from our special equipment, you don’t have to worry about a microbial outbreak as much compared to not doing anything to sanitize the office. At Extreme Microbial Technologies, we understand that you need to keep your employees safe from illnesses. That’s why we have proven equipment to help. If you’re interested in learning more, contact us now.