One of the most important steps in the reduction of spreading common infectious diseases among people is cleaning and sanitizing. Please know that we are taking every precaution by disinfecting objects and surface areas where people may come in contact. These areas are inclusive but not limited to: pews, chairs, restrooms counters, water fountains, and any hard surfaces that could be contaminated and spread disease to members and staff.
Procedure and Practices
Routine cleaning and sanitizing or disinfecting of the facilities will be supervised by the staff according to the schedule and procedures in Cleaning/Sanitation Procedures Checklist.
Using soap, cleaning supplies and water to remove visible dirt then rinse with clean water.
Removing visible dirt and applying an additional sanitizer solution to reduce the number of germs likely to cause disease. Enviro Care Neutral Disinfectant is EPA approved as a sanitizer or hospital grade germicide and is used by manufacturer directions. Product is not toxic to humans.
CLEANING AND SANITATION POLICY
As always, we are committed to upholding the highest standard of cleanliness by continuing to work closely with Ecolab, a global leader in cleaning products. Ecolab has shared best practices and the latest products that may be useful to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to wash hands upon entering the premises and after any and all contact with people. In addition; we recommend sanitizing your keys, cell phones and car latches several times a day. General Cleaning of the entire campus will be done daily. All high-touch areas such as door handles, tables, faucets, toilets etc. are cleaned and disinfected regularly throughout the day.
Hand sanitizers are available on the Narthex table.
We all must do our part and stay vigilant during this time of uncertainty.
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