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Keeping your medical facility clean is vital to the health of your patients and staff. That’s why we train our crews in operation and patient room cleaning, chemical safety, blood-borne pathogen awareness, medical and biohazardous waste disposal and disinfectant techniques.

Certified Technicians By Your Side

To keep your medical facility running smoothly, we make sure our EVS technicians understand safety procedures from a personal standpoint. We educate our crews about safety policies to keep them free from injury or infection. Making sure our crews understand the personal harm that can occur if procedures are not completed correctly eliminates neglectful behavior. Our crews’ extensive training in operation and patient room cleaning, chemical safety, blood-borne pathogen awareness, medical and biohazardous waste disposal, and disinfectant techniques in addition to their OSHA and EPA training qualifies OctoClean crews to clean medical facilities.

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Ensuring Quality, Health & Safety

Our EVS technicians are trained and annually certified in hospital cleaning practices. They attend training by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our EVS Director overlooks all operations to make sure health code standards are met and assists franchise owners by notifying them of any management issues that arise with the EVS technicians. The cleaning that’s being done at your facility is constantly being checked on by franchise owners and our EVS Director so you don’t have to sweat the details.

 

 

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We’re dedicated to the health of
your patients.

Keeping your medical facility clean is vital to the health of your patients and staff. That’s why we train our crews in operation and patient room cleaning, chemical safety, blood-borne pathogen awareness, medical and biohazardous waste disposal and disinfectant techniques.

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Certified technicians by your side.

To keep your medical facility running smoothly, we make sure our EVS technicians understand safety procedures from a personal standpoint. We educate our crews about safety policies to keep them free from injury or infection. Making sure our crews understand the personal harm that can occur if procedures are not completed correctly eliminates neglectful behavior. Our crews’ extensive training in operation and patient room cleaning, chemical safety, blood-borne pathogen awareness, medical and biohazardous waste disposal, and disinfectant techniques in addition to their OSHA and EPA training qualifies OctoClean crews to clean medical facilities.

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The role of our EVS Director.

At OctoClean, we have a unique system that ensures proper and efficient cleaning is being done at your facility. Our Franchise Owners manage the crews cleaning your buildings on a daily basis. Our EVS Director overlooks all operations to make sure health code standards are met and assists franchise owners by notifying them of any management issues that arise with the EVS technicians. The cleaning that’s being done at your facility is constantly being checked on by franchise owners and our EVS Director so you don’t have to sweat the details.

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FAQs about Healthcare Cleaning

How often should a health care facility be cleaned?

Patient areas, including exam rooms, should be cleaned between patients. Restrooms, waiting areas, offices, windows, blinds, lobbies and floors should be wiped down at the end of each day. A more detailed cleaning should be scheduled weekly for these areas. At minimum, carpets should be professionally deep cleaned and sanitized every six months.

What are hospital-grade disinfectants?

Hospital grade disinfectants clean and sanitize surfaces while simultaneously reducing the risk of infections. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a hospital-grade disinfectant kills three specific types of germs: Staph, Pseudomonas and Salmonella. These 3 pathogens cover the broad scope of germ killing that is required in hospital and healthcare facilities.

Why must instruments be cleaned before being sterilized?

Cleaning involves the removal of debris (organic or inorganic) from an instrument or device and should always precede disinfection and sterilization processes. If visible debris is not removed, it can compromise the disinfection or sterilization process.

The OctoClean Story

In 1991 Charles and Yvonne Stowe looked for a business that would provide challenge, growth and opportunity. They founded Service Pros, an employee-run janitorial company. Today we are known as OctoClean.

 

We are a commercial cleaning business with a difference. Our franchise owners are trained, motivated and energetic to make a difference for your business, knowing your satisfaction is the key to their success. Continue reading…

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