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Simple Way To Disinfect Your Home Office

Simple Way To Disinfect Your Home Office

Simple Way To Disinfect Your Home Office

 

Simple Way To Disinfect Your Home Office Surfaces:Lots of people now work from home  and the World Economic Forum on a recent post headlined- “Working from home was a luxury for the relatively affluent before coronavirus – not any more”.

The CDC recommend to clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that are touched often.

The point is that huge numbers of people now work at home from their home office and in these times home hygiene is a critical consideration in that office.

  • Are you actually aware of germs and viruses that could be lurking right now in your home office on all sorts of surfaces?
  • How many of us actually properly sanitise our home office area thoroughly?
  • How often do we sanitise our PC equipment or laptops or touchscreens?
  • Do you eat meals sitting at your PC or laptop- leading to the growth of other germs?

The reality is that many people may do a bit of a cleanup now and again in their home office, maybe wipe the desk-hoover the room-maybe tidy papers but forget to deep clean AND DISINFECT commonly touched surfaces!.

Everyone must be prepared to take sensible precautions to protect themselves and family from the coronavirus, or indeed other bacteria.

Prevention of many viruses can be difficult because a virus can attach itself to High contact surfaces in any home office that are frequently touched such as keyboards, computer mice, TV Remotes, touchscreens- all of which should all get particular effective cleaning attention.

What can you do, to effectively sanitise your home office?

We recommend you use one of our Saniguard products to disinfect your home office.

The average desk contains 400 times more germs than a toilet seat, new research reveals

Average workspace has tens of thousands of bacteria

Source: Independent .co.uk

Our SaniGuard products are EPA approved.

SaniGuard Products are great value considering what they can do for You!

 

Evidence suggests that specialist disinfectants such as SaniGuard can “efficiently” inactivate coronaviruses (and several other germs and viruses) within a minute.

Simple Way To Disinfect Your Home Office

The Best Way To Disinfect Your Home Office

Use a SaniGuard Fogger!

Using a Fogger is the most thorough way to sanitise your home office because in a few simple steps a SaniGuard Fogger will sanitise/disinfect everything in your home office in one go with no washing, wiping or drying.

A fogger works in that it emits a dry mist that attaches to everything in the room reaching as well hard to reach nooks and crannies.

And a fogger is perfectly safe to use around electronics because it is dry on contact.

Plus it is safe to use around us humans and our family pets.

Oliver Canty, CEO at IC Solutions 24/7 Limited who are “International Specialists in decontamination, whole room disinfection and mould remediation” serving clients across a range of sectors from the NHS to Hospitals to the business sector at large.

Oliver Canty

CEO, IC Solutions 247

SaniGuard Products are a useful tool to keep all sorts of businesses germ and virus free.

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Ted Kelleher First Aid & Hygiene   WebTed Kelleher

Phone: 026-42512

ABOUT US

SaniGuard Europe is an online arm of IC Solutions 24/7 Limited which was formed in 2010 to bring the latest Infection Control products and services to discerning customers across Europe and beyond. We are an organisation that provides value for money, rapid, easy to use and safe products for whole room disinfection.

We primarily supply both private and NHS hospitals, Laboratories, Pharma and the Food Industry.

Coronavirus Cruise Ship Study is worrying?

Coronavirus Cruise Ship Study is worrying?

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Coronavirus Cruise Ship Study is worrying?

It’s a simple fact that many dangerous germs, viruses and bacteria thrive on hard surfaces from armrests to plastic surfaces, levers and handles.

When it comes to the survival of Coronavirus on surfaces we came across a study published by the CDC in March 2020 which makes for frightening reading.

The report was focused on a study of cruise ships and most of us have read about various such ships on lockdown etc from the mainstream media.

 

SARS-CoV-2 RNA was identified on a variety of surfaces in cabins of both symptomatic and asymptomatic infected passengers up to 17 days after cabins were vacated on the Diamond Princess but before disinfection procedures had been conducted (Takuya Yamagishi, National Institute of Infectious Diseases, personal communication, 2020).

Source:CDC

Employers in general and organisations should read this report for reflection. The report notes that ” more than 800 cases of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases occurred during outbreaks on three cruise ship voyages, and cases linked to several additional cruises have been reported across the United States”.

When it comes to the Coronavirus the reality is that it is very contagious.

Many dangerous germs, viruses and bacteria thrive on hard surfaces from armrests to plastic surfaces, levers and handles.

It is possible however for businesses and organisations to take steps that are meaningful in helping to fight germs and bacteria and reducing the risks of infection for staff and customers!

  • Foggers can help sanitise an entire room by killing 99.9999% of germs and viruses without washing or scrubbing required.
  • With a Fogger it is possible to kill viruses and germs lurking in nooks and crannies as well as all of the surfaces.

 

Keeping Commonly Touched Surfaces Sanitised

Staff or customers contracting illness through exposure to germs is a reality for any business out there. 

This study is worrying because it appears that the Coronavirus can survive for much longer on surfaces compared to other nasty germs and viruses.

Take steps to reduce the risks!

To properly sanitise the interiors of vehicles or offices is no easy task BUT :

SaniGuard products are a world’s first dry on contact, dual-action sanitiser and deodoriser available as both a Total Release Fogger and a Surface Spray, both safe for use on electronic equipment and fabrics.

There’s no need to wipe surfaces after use, as SaniGuard leaves behind no residue.

 

Source for this article: Moriarty LF, Plucinski MM, Marston BJ, et al. Public Health Responses to COVID-19 Outbreaks on Cruise Ships — Worldwide, February–March 2020. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2020;69:347-352. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm6912e3external icon

By Oliver Canty

By Oliver Canty

CEO at IC Solutions 24/7 Limited who are “International Specialists in decontamination, whole room disinfection and mould remediation” serving clients across a range of sectors from the NHS to Hospitals to the business sector at large

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Contact - UK & Europe

Unit 2 Henley Industrial Park, Henley Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 1ST  ,
United Kingdom.

Tel:+44 (0) 2476 34 77 22

Email: Message Us Here

Web: IC Solutions

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Ted Kelleher First Aid & Hygiene   WebTed Kelleher

Phone: 026-42512

ABOUT US

SaniGuard Europe is an online arm of IC Solutions 24/7 Limited which was formed in 2010 to bring the latest Infection Control products and services to discerning customers across Europe and beyond. We are an organisation that provides value for money, rapid, easy to use and safe products for whole room disinfection.

We primarily supply both private and NHS hospitals, Laboratories, Pharma and the Food Industry.

Killing Public Transport Germs?

Killing Public Transport Germs?

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Consumers rank the cleanliness and safety of a vehicle or facility as the top two concerns why choosing where to spend their time and money.

Dealing With Public Transport Germs?

Public Transport Germs are a real and present danger. Humans both “love to travel” and “need to travel” and “germs love people” so unfortunately germs and transport are intertwined.

We all use public transport to some degree and many people depend on it to get around.

For those relying on public transport, trains and buses and taxis they can be hotspots for bacteria and viruses. That person sneezing or coughing can allow microscopic droplets of germs to travel into the air and onto surfaces, contaminating those surfaces.

When it comes to many germs and viruses the problem is that they are very contagious.

From outbreaks of the Coronavirus or Norovirus on cruise ships to fears over SARS it seems there is a new health scare every week affecting the travel and transport sectors.

But let’s be sympathetic to our transport providers because it’s not easy to stop the transmission of germs.

Many dangerous germs, viruses and bacteria thrive on hard surfaces from armrests to plastic surfaces, levers and handles and there are so many people using public transport that to guarantee a germ-free environment is impossible.

Plus to properly try to clean and disinfect the interiors of public service vehicles is problematical because of the variety of surfaces coupled with all of the nooks and crannies.

It is possible however for public transport operators to take steps that are meaningful in helping to fight germs and bacteria and reducing the risks of infection for staff and passengers!

  • Foggers can help sanitise public transport vehicles by killing 99.9999% of germs and viruses without washing or scrubbing required.
  • With a Fogger it is possible to kill viruses and germs lurking in nooks and crannies as well as all of the surfaces.

 

Using Public Transportation Increases Risk of Developing a Respiratory Infection, Scientists Say

Source: Web MD

Keeping Drivers Healthy

Staff out of work through illness is a nightmare for any transport operator. We have a range of Vardar Foggers that are especially suited towards sanitising vehicle interiors and surfaces. They are easy to use and could make the difference between a driver contracting an illness or not so check out the Vardar page for more information.

For Taxi Owners-Private Car Owners – Transport Companies – Rental Car Companies CHECK OUT our Vardar Foggers which are especially suitable for any vehicle type, sanitising germs in those hard to reach places.

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Save Time Killing Public Transport Germs

To properly sanitise the interiors of buses, trains or even airplanes is no easy task BUT :

SaniGuard products are a world’s first dry on contact, dual-action sanitiser and deodoriser available as both a Total Release Fogger and a Surface Spray, both safe for use on electronic equipment and fabrics.

There’s no need to wipe surfaces after use, as SaniGuard leaves behind no residue.

The simple fact is that what can be a complex task doesn’t have to be -Saving public transport operators both TIME and MONEY!

By Oliver Canty

By Oliver Canty

CEO at IC Solutions 24/7 Limited who are “International Specialists in decontamination, whole room disinfection and mould remediation” serving clients across a range of sectors from the NHS to Hospitals to the business sector at large

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Contact - UK & Europe

Unit 2 Henley Industrial Park, Henley Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 1ST  ,
United Kingdom.

Tel:+44 (0) 2476 34 77 22

Email: Message Us Here

Web: IC Solutions

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Ted Kelleher First Aid & Hygiene   WebTed Kelleher

Phone: 026-42512

ABOUT US

SaniGuard Europe is an online arm of IC Solutions 24/7 Limited which was formed in 2010 to bring the latest Infection Control products and services to discerning customers across Europe and beyond. We are an organisation that provides value for money, rapid, easy to use and safe products for whole room disinfection.

We primarily supply both private and NHS hospitals, Laboratories, Pharma and the Food Industry.

Steps You Can Take To Avoid the Coronavirus

Steps You Can Take To Avoid the Coronavirus

Steps You Can Take to Avoid the Coronavirus (COVID 19)

 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has at last advised the public to prepare for an epidemic in which the virus rapidly spreads to many people within a short window of time.

 

The Coronavirus – We don’t have time to sit around and wonder if anything might happen, it is going to happen!
Now is the time for businesses of every single description and the general public to get prepared.

With no vaccine or treatment available to combat these infections, everyone must be prepared to take other precautions to protect themselves, family and communities from the virus, it is the only defence that we have.

Prevention of this new virus can be difficult because:

  • It is highly contagious
  • Our experts are still learning
  • The virus can attach itself to High contact surfaces that are frequently touched by people such as doorknobs, light switches, TV Remotes, keyboards all of which should all get particular cleaning attention.

But what can we do, personally, to prepare for an impending viral outbreak?

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Some Tips:

  • Practice good hygiene and health habits
  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 30 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser (with at least 60% to 95% alcohol).
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with an elbow sleeve or tissue.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, as you can pick up the virus that way.

Evidence suggests that disinfectants such as SaniGuard or IC Solutions 1% hydrogen peroxide spray can “efficiently” inactivate coronaviruses within a minute, though it’s not yet known how the new coronavirus reacts to these products, we are pretty confident (99.9%) that they will be effective.

Be prepared to stay home

Talk with your employer about what the company’s work-from-home and sick leave policy are, remote working should be considered says Rosemary O’Shaughnessy who is a full-time remote worker.

Schools may be closed in your area during an outbreak. Ask your child’s school, local school board or health department about how much advance notice there might be preceding a closure. Plan for how you will handle child care if schools and day care centres are closed.

Large group gatherings may be cancelled, including concerts, religious services and public events.

Keep up with your areas local announcements to find out about those cancellations.

If you or someone in your household regularly takes prescription drugs, it may be wise to ask your doctor about procuring an emergency supply.

Make a plan for how to care for those at greater risk of serious illness and hospitalisation, such as those over 65 years old and those with pre-existing health conditions.

Also, have a backup plan for who will care for your dependents if you become ill.

Make sure you have reasonable amounts of groceries (stock up that freezer) and other basic household necessities, such as laundry detergent & don’t forget the pet food!

However, it’s a balance: On the one hand, your chance of exposure will be minimal if you stay home, but if the cost of that is empty shelves in the pantry and having nothing available generally, that’s a problem.

Check in with your neighbour’s and loved ones

Talk with your neighbours to check on their health status and see how you can help each other if one of you is home sick or caring for others.

Share the newest information from local health authorities, and make sure others are up to date.

This is where the internet social groups come into their own

What to do if you or a household member has symptoms of COVID-19

If you are experiencing high fever, weakness, lethargy, or shortness of breath or have underlying conditions, you should seek medical attention call the healthcare emergency numbers but do not on any account attempt to visit a doctor or hospital… If you do have the virus, you will be spreading it!

The older you are, the greater the need to be aware of your daily health situation. Infants should also be observed for a fever or are breathing rapidly, again if you suspect anything do not travel to hospital or doctor, call and seek advice.

Most likely you may be asked to voluntarily quarantine yourself at home to prevent the possible spread of the infection to others.

What to do if you are healthy, but have to go outside in an affected area?

Wearing a standard medical mask can’t protect you from COVID-19, as they are not designed to lock out viral particles, however, if you suspect you may have been exposed to the virus, you might consider wearing a mask as a courtesy to others.

In crowded spaces, creating distance between yourself and others can help reduce your risk of person-to-person infection, officials recommend standing at least a metre away from nearby persons, but if an epidemic proves more severe, the recommended distance may be increased. Remember the simple rule, AVOID SITUATIONS if at all possible!

Oliver Canty, CEO at IC Solutions 24/7 Limited who are “International Specialists in decontamination, whole room disinfection and mould remediation” serving clients across a range of sectors from the NHS to Hospitals to the business sector at large.

Oliver Canty

CEO, IC Solutions 247

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Contact - UK & Europe

Unit 2 Henley Industrial Park, Henley Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 1ST  ,
United Kingdom.

Tel:+44 (0) 2476 34 77 22

Email: Message Us Here

Web: IC Solutions

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Ted Kelleher First Aid & Hygiene   WebTed Kelleher

Phone: 026-42512

ABOUT US

SaniGuard Europe is an online arm of IC Solutions 24/7 Limited which was formed in 2010 to bring the latest Infection Control products and services to discerning customers across Europe and beyond. We are an organisation that provides value for money, rapid, easy to use and safe products for whole room disinfection.

We primarily supply both private and NHS hospitals, Laboratories, Pharma and the Food Industry.