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Is Your Workplace Safe?

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18.06.2020, 20:32

Is Your Workplace Safe?

ISS has launched Pure Space, a bolt-on disinfectant product to complement cleaning services it already provides in workplaces.

With millions of workers preparing to return to work worldwide, Covid-19 is casting a the spotlight on workplace hygiene, and the measures employees are taking to deep-cleaning facilities. 

Research also suggests a virus applied to a high-contact surface, such as a doorknob or a tabletop, can infect between 40 and 50 per cent of people in a workplace within two to four hours.

Pure Space maximizes hygiene and effectively removes all microorganisms that are typical sources of cross-infection. The cleaning focuses on high-touch surfaces – areas that human hands touch often. With Pure Space, surfaces are free of microorganisms and results are tested and evidenced with advanced technology. 

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All ISS cleaning professionals working with Pure Space are fully trained and certified. The product eliminates all sources of infection on surfaces, and has been tested and certified by Norske Veritas.

ISS Group COO, Troels Bjerg, explains “Companies need to re-establish the physical connection between people and places by bringing employees back to work environments that meet a higher standard of hygiene and disinfection control. Companies want to restore the emotional connection of employees by building confidence in the safety of the workplace.

“We have developed the product within a few weeks utilising our experts from all over the world. ISS and our people are dedicated to making our customers’ employees reconnect with the places they work, in the aftermath of the corona pandemic.

“We’ve taken inspiration from the years of experience we have working in clean room environments, hospitals and healthcare organizations with zero tolerance of any breaches in hygiene and disinfection protocols. With Pure Space, we are taking our knowledge and methods of fulfilling those requirements and transferring them to the office environment.”

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