Now that Pennsylvania is slowly starting to open up after COVID-19, more individuals may be going back to work and with that, business owners need to ensure they are taking all of the safety precautions necessary. Many of those precautions include keeping your office clean and sanitary. Below is a checklist on what you can do to get ready to reopen and what you should continue doing after reopening.
- Reorganize Before Reopening: Are you concerned your team members are too close together? Do you have the capabilities to give a bit more space between them? Before everyone comes back in the office, reorganize and if you can, follow the 6ft apart rule.
- Clean & Disinfect Before Reopening: Even though your team may not have been to the office for the past few months, it is still a smart idea to clean and disinfect the entire office.
- Set Up A Sanitize Station: Have a station right at the entrance of your building that includes hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes available for people to use.
Now that you’re ready to open, what should you do when you’re open? Here are a few items you want to make sure you do.
- Deep Clean: It’s a smart idea to deep clean or have a cleaning company come in and conduct a deep clean every day after you are closed. Here at Kelly’s Kleaning, we can take care of all of your commercial cleaning needs. Contact us today if you’re looking for a cleaning company to handle your evening cleaning.
- Clean Often Throughout The Day: Make sure to hit those high touch areas with sanitizer throughout the day. These items could include: light switches, door knobs, appliances in the break room and counters.
In the end, we are all in this together to keep the spread of COVID-19 down and ensure we can continue to work. We hope you are staying healthy and safe and remember us when you are in need of a cleaning company.
Kelly’s Kleaning, LLC is a full-service cleaning company. We specialize in residential, commercial, apartment move out and new home cleaning. We offer our cleaning services to individuals and businesses in and around Reading PA, Ephrata PA, Sinking Spring PA, and Leesport PA.