While it is impossible to fully understand the impact of this coronavirus, this does not alter our focus on continuing to serve industry in the southeastern United States.
Industrial cleaning has been our specialty for over 25 years. Blackwell's will continue to monitor CDC and EPA guide lines, product recommendations and implementation processes as required to maintain a front-line position in the battle against COVID-19.
Much has changed in our world as it has in the sanitization treatment of facilities impacted by COVID 19 disinfection. Blackwell’s Inc has a contingency plan in place designed to prevent any service disruptions due to coronavirus impacts. Our day to day work now includes the cleaning and sanitization of equipment, rooms, and ductwork in industrial and processing facilities in locations with known visits by individuals suspected with, or with confirmed, coronavirus infection. We are prepared with equipment, trained associates, and materials necessary to attack and kill bacteria and viruses, including the COVID-19 coronavirus. Whether the coronavirus is latent on a touchable surface or attached to a dust particle within HVAC ductwork, it is within our grasp.
We are able to go into an industrial facility to clean, sanitize and fog with EPA and CDC approved materials and complete sanitization tasks with a very short lead time. Areas can usually be reoccupied within 1-2 hours of fogging.
Covid-19 Cleaning Procedures
- Pre-job Planning to Ensure CDC Safety Precautions for Covid-19 are Followed
- Select and Don the Proper PPE for Personal Protection
- Meet with Facility Contact for Walkthrough
- Initiate General Cleaning of Areas Prior to Sanitizing
- Concentrate Sanitizing of “High Touch” Areas
- Seal Off Sanitized Areas to Prevent Re-contamination with Covid-19
- Equipment Used in the Cleaning and Sanitizing is Cleaned, Disinfected and Sanitized
- All Transport Vehicles are Cleaned, Disinfected, and Sanitized After the Mobilization
- PPE Used in the Cleaning is Doffed Within the Confines of a Containment Area
- Used PPE is Sealed in Containers and Disposed