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The Current COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak

Commercial virus decontamination entails the physical cleaning and disinfecting contaminated areas. The decontamination process is determined by the type of virus and protocol for the project. However, to effectively clean your workplace, consider hiring an experienced industrial hygienist who specializes in virus decontamination. Numerous factors are considered when offering biohazard decontamination services. Some of these factors include:

  • Incubation period

  • The lifecycle of the virus

  • Virus transmission rate

  • Mortality rate

  • Means of transmission

To develop a comprehensive decontamination protocol, understanding the characteristics of the virus and the layout of the building is critical. For example, coronavirus is transmitted via contact. Therefore, high-risk areas like doorknobs, elevator buttons, and light switches should be disinfected thoroughly. On the other hand, if the virus is airborne, decontaminating the HVAC system prevents further spread of the virus. When providing virus decontamination services, the following should be considered:

  • Sensitive areas in the building

  • Normal operation hours

  • Ingress and egress areas

  • Type of occupants in the building

  • The use of the commercial building

  • Number of people currently infected by the virus

  • The time the virus has infected these people

  • High traffic areas

  • Design of the HVAC system

Understanding how the commercial building is utilized, the high traffic areas, and the type of people in the building facilitate successful commercial virus decontamination.


The Decontamination Process

Coronavirus decontamination should be handled by professionals who are highly trained in all decontamination procedures. To effectively provide commercial virus decontamination, Service Restoration follows all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, hazard communications, respiratory protection, and standards for bloodborne pathogens.


Service Restoration employees have a valid Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certificate as required by the law. As an additional benefit, our employees have familiarized themselves with the right disposal methods as well as local and state regulations on hazardous waste disposal.


An industrial hygienist plays a massive role in virus decontamination because he determines the following:


  • Disinfectants and chemicals to disinfect contaminated areas

  • Type of personal protective equipment to be used

  • The decontamination procedure to be used

  • How to apply chemicals or disinfectants

  • PPE donning and doffing procedures

  • The cleaning procedures used to clean various surfaces

  • How to obtain the clearance of a contaminated area

Hire us!

Service Restoration has state of the art equipment and workforce needed to decontaminate a commercial building successfully. We possess vast experience and skills to guarantee the safety of our personnel and all building occupants. Service Restoration treats every decontamination project differently. As a result, we provide trained staff, industry experts, and specialized equipment in coronavirus decontamination.


Our personnel is highly trained in industry standards and safety protocols to guarantee successful virus disinfection. Our staff must receive medical clearance to work in the field. We always provide certified OSHA and in-house training to our employees to guarantee their safety at all times. Finally, since our employees are professionals and we treat them with the utmost respect, they provide reliable customer service. You can rely on us to decontaminate your commercial building in case you have any Coronavirus fears. Call Service Restoration today to learn more about our services.

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To discover how we can clean up away all traces of Coronavirus, call us today. We can supply you with a complimentary quote.

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