SPECIALIZED CLEANING FOR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES. WHEN ONLY THE BEST CARE WILL DO.
In 1962, ServiceMaster Clean recognized that healthcare facilities require specialized cleaning and disinfection in order to maintain optimal health and safety standards. We were pioneers in the field then, and today we continue to bring new and better ways to maintain the cleanliness, safety and health standards of the healthcare facilities we serve with our Patient-Centred Cleaning Program.
SERVICEMASTER CLEAN INVENTED SPECIALIZED CLEANING FOR HEALTHCARE. Today we continue to innovate the industry.
In addition to regular janitorial cleaning and disinfection such as trash collection, dusting, damp mopping, restroom care, floor and carpet care, window washing and more, ServiceMaster Of Markham, Woodbridge, North York provides the following healthcare-specific services:
- Checking and changing privacy curtains
- Thoroughly cleaning stairs and other high-traffic areas
- Meticulous cleaning of exam and procedure rooms
HEALTHIER CLEANING METHODS.
The ServiceMaster Clean Capture and Removal Cleaning® system combines advanced equipment and microfiber technologies to dramatically decrease airborne dust, VOCs and bacteria, resulting in a healthier environment for both staff and patients.
EXTENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (EVS) TRAINING.
The ServiceMaster Clean healthcare training series ensures that our staff and technicians are able to properly provide specialized cleaning and disinfection services customized for your facility.
CLEAR COMMUNICATION + highly trained staff.
Our emphasis on clear communication with our customers sets us apart from other cleaning and disinfection service companies. We ask the right questions and listen closely to the answers in order to deliver your standard of clean the first time, and every time.
Extraordinary cleaning starts with excellent staff. We endeavor to recruit and hire individuals who are well suited to working in the healthcare environment. We train our cleaning and disinfection specialists intensively on patient relations, and we hold them to a high standard of conduct.
A Healthy School Environment = Enhanced Educational Performance
Canadian schools are faced with a tough challenge since COVID-19. Not only are they working with tight budgets, but the requirements to provide cleaning and now ongoing disinfection to reduce the risk of infection have put a further strain on budget.
Our patented, efficient cleaning and disinfection processes produce a cleaner, healthier indoor educational environment. They also reduce cleaning and disinfecting time, ultimately saving you money.
Our highly trained cleaning professionals offer dedicated service to school administrators that go above and beyond the standard of care you expect. With constant accessibility and clear communication, we do the job right the first time, every time.
State-of-the-Art CLEANING METHODS
The ServiceMaster Clean’s proprietary Capture and Removal Cleaning® system combines advanced equipment and microfiber technologies with a proven process to trap and remove dirt—not just move it around. This state-of-the-art system can dramatically decrease airborne particulates, VOCs and bacteria, helping result in healthier, happier and higher-achieving students and teachers.
With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of disinfection has grown dramatically, not only in the minds of the teaching staff, but also for students and parents.
Our disinfection process abides by the guidelines of all public health authorities such as Health Canada and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
BENEFITS FOR YOUR SCHOOL
Cleaning and disinfection services from ServiceMaster Of Markham, Woodbridge, North York can help:
- Improve indoor air quality
- Reduce the risk of infection
- Reduce sick-day absences*
- Reduce contributors to asthma
- Raise reading and math scores*
- Influence positive attitudes toward the school and green cleaning**
*Source: Healthy School Environment and Enhanced Educational Performance, The Case of Charles Young Elementary School, Washington, D.C., Carpet & Rug Institute, January 2002.
**Source: Dr. Michael A. Berry, PhD
Today, a clean and disinfected restaurant is essential to the success of your food service business. Your customers expect a high level of cleanliness when they choose where they want to eat. ServiceMaster Clean’s restaurant cleaning services focus on achieving the highest standards of health and cleanliness that is required and expected of restaurants. And we go beyond your expectations. Our cleaning services range from providing overall cleaning, sanitizing and maintenance of your entire facility, or a high-focus concentration on cleaning and disinfecting the restaurant and seating areas or a full commercial kitchen clean. Contact us today for the cleaning and disinfection plan that is right for your restaurant.
Did you know?
Are there instructions to follow after my hard-surface floors are cleaned?
Before you walk on your floors, it’s best to allow drying time of at least 4 hours but we recommend 8 hours. Be cautious and protect floors from getting wet for 24 hours after application of either finish as it is not yet thoroughly cured. You can return furniture to your floors (with suggested use of felt pads) after 24 hours and return rugs to floors after 24 hours.
When will I be able to walk on the carpet after it has been cleaned?
This depends on whether a low-moisture encapsulation or a deep clean of your carpet has been applied. However, a general rule of thumb is to allow a drying time of six to eight hours before you can walk on your carpet.
What is an epidemic vs a pandemic?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “a pandemic is a worldwide spread of a new disease.” Before a disease is declared as a pandemic, it has to exceed a few other levels, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
- When a disease occurs infrequently and irregularly.
- A constant presence and/or usual prevalence of a disease or infection within a geographic area.
- A sudden increase in the number of cases of a disease — more than what's typically expected for the population in that area.
- An epidemic that has spread over several countries or continents, affecting a large number of people.