Ultima Cleaning are an experienced team of specialised biohazard cleaning professionals and we are delighted to be offering their new cleaning courses relating to coronavirus (COVID-19). They deliver expert biohazard training in a changing world.
Cleaner environments mean customers, pupils and employees will feel safer and protected. Designed by cleaners for cleaners, their courses on cleaning and sanitising vehicles, buildings and hospitality and leisure environments contain clear video demonstrations, interactive learning areas and simple advice on what to do, why to do it and how you can protect yourself and the areas you work in from COVID-19. Their courses instill confidence and help make environments be as protected as possible by limiting the transmission of COVID-19.
Learn what PPE, product and equipment to use, and most importantly learn and understand the methods required to sanitise and remove waste correctly, leaving properties and vehicles as safe as possible.
According to Public Health England regular cleaning plays a vital role in limiting the transmission of COVID-19. The risk of COVID-19 infection depends on factors including;
- the type of surface contaminated
- the amount of virus shed from the individual
- the time the individual spent in the setting
- the time since the individual was last in the setting
Surfaces and belongings can be contaminated with COVID-19 when people who are infectious cough or sneeze or touch them. Transmission of COVID-19 can occur when someone else then touches the contaminated surface or item. The person may become infected if they touch their nose, eyes or mouth with a contaminated hand or object. Increased frequency of cleaning of general room surfaces reduces the presence of the virus and the risk of contact. These new courses from Ultima Cleaning will help ensure you are cleaning correctly to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.