WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
CLEANING AND SANITISATION?
Cleaning is the process of removing visible soil, stains or debris from a surface. Cleaning does not necessarily remove microbes that can cause disease.
Sanitisation, on the other hand, is a much more intensive process that kills 99.9% of microbes on a surface. Daily sanitisation of surfaces is recommended by the World Health Organisation and the Australian government to protect against COVID-19 transmission from surfaces.
WHEN SHOULD SANITISATION OCCUR?
There are many surfaces in your property that are frequently touched by humans. We recommend a minimum daily sanitisation of these surfaces to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.
POST ISOLATION -
IS SANITISATION STILL IMPORTANT?
In line with the relaxing of isolation restrictions, we will soon begin transitioning back into what we know as our ‘normal way of life’. People will start to congregate in groups and the threat of surface transmission will be increased.
It is imperative that we maintain an increased frequency of cleaning and sanitisation to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Frequent sanitisation is critical in keeping our community safe.
WHY MARTIN BROTHERS?
The Martin Brothers Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Team have been specifically trained in the application of enhanced environmental sanitisation which prevents surface transmission of COVID-19 on frequently used touch points and surfaces.
Our service complies with the Australian Government’s COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control guidelines specific to environmental cleaning and sanitisation. Our products are recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The IPC Service compliments your existing cleaning service schedule, adding a further layer of protection for your community.
Our IPC Team are a market leader in the use of the correct equipment in the application of environmental sanitisation products.