My-T-Sharp Janitorial Services

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Journey Back to Work

As we continue social distancing...and getting back on track with work and business let’s prepare for the Journey Back to Work! Many retailers, businesses owners and companies have either entered the re-entry of business openings or have remained practicing safe social distancing.

By encouraging customers and/or workers to take precautions in limiting the number of (shoppers-people) that are or will be allowed in stores etc., this will continue to play a major role as we wait the span of this virus out.

Designating measured spaces of 6 feet or more for those who must stand both inside and out, standing in lines with one way directional traffic, and placing partitions with measured distances between workers and customers, has proven to be very positive, and we believe this to be the safest way to get back to work. As we prepare to (Re-Open) our businesses, let us focus on as many safety measures as possible; to ensure the welfare and safety of others...especially our employees.

Since 1993, My-T-Sharp Janitorial Services, LLC has provided clients with guaranteed “Deep Cleaning” services. Continuing on...we recommend that you keep a healthy working environment, even after you are provided with a Clean & Sharp Deep Clean, the My-T-Sharp Way!

We are encouraging everyone on their Journey Back to Work to take additional precautions in implementing individual awareness, by using Sanitizers, Clorox Wipes and Lysol Sprays etc., on high traffic areas containing both buttons and switches, where people often touch; reminding them also to keep at a safe distance even during breaks and lunches, to spread out chairs in the break rooms, encouraging management to monitor break times and have employees take their breaks in different time intervals.

As a safety precaution, here are some after Covid-19 recommendations issued by OSHA that we all can follow, adhere to, and check for:

  • Discourage workers from using other workers' phones, desks, offices, or other work tools and equipment;

  • Provide workers with appropriate face masks and individual boxes of tissues

  • Provide workers with no-touch trash cans, hand soap, alcohol-based hand rubs with at least 60 percent alcohol or alcohol pads, disinfectants, and disposable towels to clean their work surfaces;

  • Install or check for high-efficiency air filters and increase ventilation;

  • Implement a plan for immediately isolating employees or customers who become sick in your workplace;

  • Create additional space for customers; for retailers, this might mean adding drive-thru;

  • Replace face-to-face conversations--internally as well as those with customers, clients, and vendors--with phone calls or other forms of communication as much as possible;

  • Establish alternating workdays or extra shifts that reduce the total number of employees in a facility at a given time;

  • Be restricted from contact with severely immune compromised patients

  • Adhere to hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene, and cough etiquette in CDC’s interim infection control guidance (e.g., cover nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, dispose of tissues in waste receptacles)

  • Continue to Self-monitor for symptoms