Updated: Nov 21, 2020
The latest Government advice is that all businesses should carry out risk assessments in regard to Covid 19. Especially if businesses employ 50 or more staff. They should also detail their prevention measure on their website. Paragraph 2 reads:
2. Carry out a COVID-19 risk assessment, in consultation with workers or trade unions
This guidance operates within current health and safety employment and equalities legislation and employers will need to carry out COVID-19 risk assessments in consultation with their workers or trade unions, to establish what guidelines to put in place. If possible, employers should publish the results of their risk assessments on their website and we expect all businesses with over 50 employees to do so.
Cleanse Smart have created this icon which we hope to make into stickers to show visitors to your business, users of your vehicles, that you are acting positively to minimise the risk posed by Covid 19.
In a new development the agent we use to carry out our fogging treatment has been certified to British and European Standards, successfully passing test BS EN 14476 (2005) – Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics – Virucidal quantitative suspension test for chemical disinfects against CORONAVIRUS.
Of course, Covid 19 is just one of many viruses, bacteria and fungi that can cause illnesses in your workforce and your customers. Our range of disinfectants are able to kill 99.9999% of all these havoc causing pests within 5 minutes and importantly, they go on killing and providing protection for up to 10 weeks. The BN, ES pass was expected but good news, no wonder the treatment we use has been tried and tested in these leading British Businesses:
If your business or establishment has multiple people visiting, if your are responsible for a school or college, if you use vehicles (of any type) that also serve or are driven by different people, then you are the ones we can help give substance to your Covid 19 risk assessment and tick that duty of care box.
Call Cleanse Smart now on 01325 238 210 or mobile 07795681507.Thank you. #Staysafe