INFECTION CONTROL SERVICES
Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration is ready and willing to assist any organization or property affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and is eager to assist with the disinfection or decontamination to any of the following industries including, but not limited to, hospitals, health departments, school districts, nursing homes, shopping malls, day care centers, colleges & universities, airports, municipal buildings, sports arenas, theaters, restaurants, gyms & workout centers, hotels and office buildings.
Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration offers commercial Infection Control Services throughout West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Eastern Ohio. Servicing in and around Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Wheeling, Charleston, Parkersburg, Huntington and Clarksburg.
Panhandle CR is proud to have invested in the world class disinfection technology known as Steramist BIT through TOMI Environmental Solutions. This Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) uses activated ionized hydrogen peroxide through a misting delivery platform to effectively destroy pathogenic organisms, disrupting cellular function to eliminate replication (growth) in spaces and on surfaces. This technology is groundbreaking and is currently in use at the Center for Disease Control, the Department Of Defense, and is endorsed by the Office of the President of the United States in the fight against new and emerging pathogens.
In addition, Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) Solution, used exclusively in tandem with SteraMist equipment is currently listed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on:
Complete Room Disinfection and Decontamination
High Touch Surface Disinfection and Decontamination
Emergency Outbreak Disinfection
Emergency Response to an outbreak at a facility
Maintenance Infection Control and Disinfection
Scheduled routine disinfection services to help reduce the bacteria count from growing within a facility
Construction of and maintenance of temporary containment within a facility. Negative and positive air supply. HEPA air filtration and air quality control
- List G for Norovirus,
- List H for MRSA,
- List K for Clostridium difficile spores,
- List L for Ebola,
- List M for H1N1
- List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2.
- With labeled efficacy for large and small enveloped viruses in addition to other pathogens, TOMI has confidence this EPA addition will support client efforts to reduce the ongoing spread of the COVID-19.
Our professionals work in sensitive areas and critical spaces such as laboratories, clinics, and ICUs where pathogen and contaminant exposure risk are high. To protect our staff and to prevent the potential spread of contamination, we’ve invested in the accreditation of each Emergency Service Manager, Project Manager as well as our Vice President in CERC, or Critical Environment (Disaster) Reconstruction Contractors, by the Linders Health Institute.
CERC addresses the planning and execution of safety measures, as well as compliance to the best practices for reduction of exposure risks during construction, renovation and remediation of buildings, spaces or environments in healthcare and related industries.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW?
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China. With tens of thousands of confirmed cases worldwide and over a thousand deaths of the respiratory infection, health officials have confirmed more cases of the Coronavirus on U.S. soil.
HOW PANHANDLE CLEANING & RESTORATION PROTECTS YOU
In order to eradicate a pathogen like the Coronavirus, which has the ability to live on an inanimate surface for up to 9 days, the sanitizing agent also must be in direct contact with the virus for an equally long period of time. This is precisely why using an over-the-counter cleaning product won’t suffice when confronting a lethal pathogen such as this deadly virus.
TOMI has EPA accepted studies on the current label to meet the standard to respond to emerging pathogens in the enveloped and non-enveloped categories, which include, SARS, MERS and CoViD-19, the current coronavirus outbreak.