Is it Important to Clean and Disinfect the Corporate Office Environment?
The possibilities of infection are unfortunately increasing rather than decreasing in public places as well as in the offices. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), most of the world's population (58%) will spend one-third of their adult life at work contributing actively to the development and well-being of them-selves, their families and of society. In addition, new studies say that millions of people are putting their coworkers at risk by going to work sick. This is compounded by the rising amount of people who are vulnerable to infections. If people are seeking to fight off infectious diseases at the office in a reliable manner, corporate leadership support must be obtained.
Unfortunately, not everyone will clean and disinfect shared company equipment, printers, electronics, countertops, break areas, or their own personal workspace on a regular basis. While dirt build-up may be seen with the naked eye, germs and harmful bacteria can’t.
Employees often share office items which make it extremely important to regularly disinfect shared spaces and electronic devices. By disinfecting shared items in the corporate environment, you will reduce the risk of illness and increase productivity in the office.
DECREASE THE RISK OF ILLNESS AT THE OFFICE
Disinfecting the most frequently touched objects and surfaces, including shared electronics and office spaces, can aid in preventing the spread of illness in the office. Many employees share the same phone equipment, printers, countertop space, doors, restrooms, and computers every day. The continuous use of office equipment by multiple people increases the risk of spreading illness. Professionally disinfecting the shared office spaces and equipment can help to keep employees healthy.
At GBS Group, Inc, we have the industrial grade equipment and EPA approved disinfectants required to disinfect your office space. We can apply disinfectants throughout the office environment to help contain and prevent the spread of harmful bacteria, germs, and viruses.
COMMON OFFICE AREAS
Monitors, Mouse, keyboards, phones
Doors & Handles/Doorknobs
Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
Norovirus (also known as stomach flu)
Staphylococcus aureus (known as Staph)
Influenza (also called “the flu”)
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Hepatitis A Virus