Phoenix, AZ, January 5, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, Olympus Building Services for higher education institutions, a leading cleaning and janitorial company in Phoenix, AZ, is proud to announce that since the covid pandemic started they added new special decontamination and purification cleaning services in colleges and universities to fight the spread of Covid-19.
Since the start of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has become a major health concern in every sector across the United States including schools, colleges, and universities. Olympus Building Services hasn’t been left behind in combating the spread of coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 virus.
During these uncertain times, the company has announced that they are now providing special decontamination and purification cleaning services in accordance with the mandated safety procedures for keeping students, faculty, and staff safe from the virus.
The janitorial company’s well-trained and experienced staff understands the severity of the virus and has taken additional measures to clean and disinfect contaminated surfaces with urgency and a sense of duty.
As highly populated areas with a high potential for spreading the virus, schools, colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher learning are potential hotspots that require special disinfection and cleaning approaches.
Anthony C. Hipple, Olympus Building Services, Chief Executive Officer, says the company is fully committed to keeping the learning environment for students, professors, and staff thoroughly cleaned and disinfected to avoid the spread of the virus.
“Our cleaning specialists have been trained in efficiently cleaning and disinfecting frequently used areas such as lecture halls, science labs, offices, libraries, and other high traffic areas in colleges and universities,” he said.
In keeping all surfaces clean and properly disinfected, Olympus Building Services teams have been trained to target potential hotspots such as public counters, chair rails, light switches, doorknobs, push and pull surfaces, staircases, and rails, cabinet handles, desks, among others.
The company maintains a professional approach when handling contaminated surfaces following laid down public health protocols such as confirmation of contaminated spaces, ensuring that the decontamination team is equipped with the right PPE, and using the right chemical solutions and decontamination processes.
About Olympus Building Services for Higher Education
Olympus is a janitorial company based in Phoenix, AZ, with offices and crews throughout the country coast to coast. The company specializes in providing cleaning services for higher education facilities.
They focus on providing exceptional cleaning services using green products to their customers nationwide. Olympus is also a leader in green cleaning solutions. Their Green Cleaning Plan focuses on reducing exposure to potentially harmful chemical and biological contaminants.
Their latest COVID-19 disinfection and purification cleaning services are aligned with the recommendations and guidelines set by local and state public health authorities.
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