Public Infection Control
Public Infection Control is the service of decontaminating a specific environment like a school, office, restaurant, gym or other commercial location or residences. That is followed by the application of a long-term antimicrobial coating that kills the vast majority of cells that land on those treated surfaces. This significantly reduces the number of germs that survive, thrive and colonize untreated surfaces.
Over seventy-five percent (75%) of the time, people catch infections by Cross Contamination Infection. That is when you touch a contaminated surface and then touches your eyes, nose, mouth. Every single time you touch something, you leave behind the microbes you have on your hands and take someone else’s germs with you. That’s the BIG problem.
Sterile Space’s Infection Defense’s services include the following:
- Pre-service Decontamination of surfaces, furniture, fixtures and equipment
- Terminal Disinfection of decontaminated surfaces, etc.
- Long-term Antimicrobial coating of surfaces and other items
- UV-C Carpet Disinfection Service
- Mobile Ultrasonic Decontamination Lab
- Urgent Response Disinfection Service for outbreaks of infection
- Biological testing services
- In-service Health Safety training for staff and director
Most people are under the misconception that using a spray cleaner and wiping it with a towel, and then spraying some disinfectant is infection control. That is not true. Most people including many medical professionals don’t realize that once the disinfectant evaporates, there is no germ-killing ability left on that surface.
In cases of direct or indirect person to person contact (coughing or sneezing in someones face or fluid transfer), no infection prevention service is effective against those situations.
ADDITIONAL INFO FROM OUR BLOG:
Protecting People in Your Environment
“Sterile Space Infection Prevention is a great company and we have enjoyed working with them from our 1st Cresthill Academy daycare location to now our 5th! Irwin is an upstanding business owner and so committed to his clients; from his level of excellent service, prompt response to follow up post spray, he is just simply a pleasure and the world could use more people like him! Every time we open a new child care center, Irwin and his Sterile Space team comes out to do our initial spray as part of our Cresthill opening procedure! We signed with Sterile Space Infection Prevention 5 years ago and have not looked back!”
“It has been a pleasure to work with you on consultation and implementation of your services for our daycare center. Your experience and knowledge of infection prevention for daycare centers is top notch. It is a pleasure working with someone who is patient and communicates clearly on issues and solutions. You made it easy to understand and easy to make the decision to use your service.”
Welcome To Sterile Space Infection Defense
More than ever before in modern history, our good health is hunted by bacteria, virus, fungus, mold, algae and worst of all Adaptive Organisms. The worst part is that our children and elderly are the easiest victims to these diseases because of their developing or dwindling immune systems.
We treat all kinds of facilities and equipment to inhibit the continued growth of microbes caused by cross contamination. Let us come show you the benefits of our infection prevention services and what you’re missing, and help you have a healthier facility, business or home.
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