What does it mean to sanitize? In many regions of Italy, clarity has been made on the importance of sanitizing the workplace.
The ministerial ordinances in various points speak clearly:
We are in phase 2 and disinfecting the workplace respecting the anti-coronavirus rules is a priority!
For all open activities, the obligation is imposed to sanitize the environments at least once a day and in many cases also according to work shifts in companies with a high number of employees and collaborators.
But what does it mean to sanitize?
From what emerges both from the ministerial provisions but also from the various institutional information bodies, it is important to separate two different procedures to ensure hygienic safety at work:
- For environments where people infected with Covid-19 have stayed, specialized companies must intervene with guidelines dictated by precise protocols and professional procedures with tools and sanitizing products, sometimes chemical.
- For businesses, companies and shops that have the duty to carry out anti Covid-19 prevention activities through the cleaning and sanitation of environments, different solutions can be considered (see decontaminator), with lower costs but following very specific rules.
- Following the reopening, offices and companies must ensure that users and employees have a daily cleaning activity in the working environments where there is a particular need to contain the spread (health and hospital facilities, public and private clinics, etc.).
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