When the coronavirus pandemic began, months ago, shutdowns and shelter in place orders were the norm. Now, across the country, these strict guidelines are being removed, and replaced with new measures to keep everyone safe as re-opening occurs. For many business owners, like you, this means understanding what needs to be done to get your business back on track and moving forward safely and successfully. Let’s explore the ways you can re-open safely for your employees and your customers or clients.
Re-opening Your Business
As you are in the midst of re-opening your business, it is important to know your states opening guidelines and phases. Next, you will need to consider how you will maintain proper social distancing in your company, not only for customers but also for your employees’ safety. While your company focuses on re-opening, along with getting back on track for the survival and success of your business, you will also need to adapt to the latest safety protocols. Flexibility and adaptability will help your company thrive in the “new normal.”
The goal remains to flatten the curve, minimizing infection and spikes, as companies return to business as usual. To do so, it is important as a business owner to gather your information on safely re-opening from the most reputable sources – government and public health agencies (CDC, cornonavirus.gov, OSHA, your state’s official government website, and your city or county’s website) will have the most reliable, up-to-date information. Depending on your business, you will also need to follow your industry’s specific guidelines which can find on the CDC website.
Once you have all the information you need, whether you are already open or are re-opening, you’ll need a sound plan which follows state and local regulations, as well as industry guidelines. Physical distancing, face coverings, and hand washing continue to be recommended safety procedures across the country. In addition, businesses have developed plans for monitoring employees’ health, along with reassuring employees with sick time and paid leave policies to discourage them from coming to work ill. Many businesses have added hand-sanitizer for customers and gloves for employees as well as considerable sanitation measures for all touch points. Signature Maids’ Signature Sanitize can help you get back on track by disinfecting and sanitizing your business.
Signature Sanitize for Re-opening and Beyond
One of the most important steps in getting your business back on track after COVID-19 is cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing your business and Signature Maids is ready to get the job done for you with Signature Sanitize. The process promises the latest disinfecting and sanitizing of your business for your re-opening phases and beyond. Signature Sanitize utilizes electrostatic atomizers to distribute Vital Oxide (an EPA disinfecting solution) to completely sanitize all the surfaces in your business, killing 99.999 percent of bacteria and viruses. A non-residual solution, Vital Oxide leaves no film on surfaces and kills COVID-19, Hepatitis, Influenza, and other viruses as well as bacteria, mold, mildew, and allergens. Signature Sanitize is a touchless process and doesn’t require rinsing, further reducing the changes of cross-contamination in the cleaning process. With your business space completely disinfected, you can confidently welcome your customers and employees back!
As a business owner, the first step in getting your business back on track successfully is ensuring your space is fully cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected for your employees and customers, and Signature Sanitize can get the job done effectively. At Signature Maids, our Signature Disinfection and Sanitization Service thoroughly clean and disinfect your office or facility with care, giving close attention to every touchpoint. The professional team at Signature Maids promises to help you keep your customers and employees safe as you reopen your business – call today and discover the pathway to normal, safe, sanitized, and successful operation for your business!