The following information is intended as a helpful guide The informationbelow should not replace guidelines established by the CDC, EPA, or OSHA.
A NEW MEANING OF "CLEAN"...
With America reopening for business, you’re getting back to work! And with the pandemic shining a new light on the meaning of “clean,” you’re going to be asked to do more to ensure the health and safety of your clients and/or their customers. The experts at Jon-Don have put together these recommended guidelines to help professional cleaners update their procedures in order to offer disinfection/sanitization services to their clients.
It is important to communicate that you are only providing cleaning and treatment application services. Do not make kill claims.
An acceptable phrase is “We will apply a sanitizer/disinfectant as per label instructions.” Or, if you are using a product on the EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, you can state, “We will apply a disinfectant that meets the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.”
That’s all you can and should say. You are not providing testing to verify kill, nor can you control reinfection of the area after you leave. So do not make kill claims and only state the service you’re providing and product you will be using.
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Download Your Custom Letter for Homeowners
The pandemic made people more cautious about who is entering their home and/or business. Jon-Don’s expert team has put together this handy Word document you can personalize with your business info and send to your clients to inform them of the additional precautions you are taking to increase the safety of everyone involved.
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Download These Procedures for Your Business
Want to access these procedures offline? Click the button below to download a PDF. You can keep this document in your office or vehicle for quick reference later.
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