Preparing To Reopen Your Business

Preparing To Reopen Your Business
As states begin to reopen businesses, we must err on the side of caution to ensure a second shutdown does not become a reality. To do so, we must carefully follow CDC guidelines and state recommendations for maintaining a healthy and safe environment, including proper cleaning and disinfecting.

Start maintaining a clean and healthy work environment by deep cleaning your space. Using an EPA Registered disinfectant such as Anti3 Protect Series, spray every surface in your business' environment. For example, if you have an office space use our Disinfecting Spray on desks, chairs, door handles, and carpets to kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.

Another way to maintain a healthy work environment is by encouraging your employees to be mindful of their health and the health of others. Ask your employees to maintain a social distance of 6 feet, if possible. However, if you have a tight workspace, then encourage employees to wear masks when communicating with each other. Ask your employees to consistently track their temperature and be wary of any cold or flu-like symptoms.

Offer your employees ways to practice safe hygiene. Consider providing hand sanitizer in your office, specifically, if you do not have a sink. Provide gloves and masks for anyone who may not have their own. Keep an abundance of cleaning products in your office for employees to wipe down their desks, keyboards, mouse, and other objects they may touch often.

Overall, following these recommendations can help to maintain a healthy work environment and minimize the chances that your business will have to close again.