MEDIA ALERT: ServiceMaster Subject Matter Experts Available to Discuss/Demonstrate Infection Elimination and Prevention


MEMPHIS, Tenn.–()–ServiceMaster Subject Matter Experts Available to Discuss/Demonstrate Infection Elimination and Prevention

Tips on how to “break the chain of infection”

Available Tuesday, March 17 & Wednesday, March 18

Call 636-586-2570 to schedule a satellite or Skype interview

Topics

  • Cleaning/disinfecting:

    • Healthcare facilities – nursing homes, ambulatory surgery centers, hospitals, clinics
    • Schools
    • Sports arenas
    • Churches
    • Offices
    • Public buildings
    • Photos (www.svmimages.com)
  • Characteristics of COVID-19 (current strain of Coronavirus)

    • Why COVID-19 is easier to control – enveloped virus vs. common flu viruses
  • Procedures, products to clean and kill Coronavirus bacteria

    • Follow this order: Soap & water for dirt, then disinfectant
  • How to protect yourself, employees, students, guests and patients from COVID-19

    • Best practices to protect infected patients & visitors – in healthcare facilities and the home

Experts

  • Steve Zimmerman, MBA, CHESP, T-CSCT is the Director of Healthcare Services for ServiceMaster Clean and co-chair of the Advisory Council of the Association for the Health Care Environment (AHE), professional organization for professionals responsible for establishing and maintaining health care environments in hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, clinics and elder care facilities across the country.
  • Pete Duncanson, CMRS, MWR, MFR, MTC is director of Commercial Operations for ServiceMaster Restore and past chairman of the board at IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification).

About ServiceMaster Clean/ServiceMaster Restore

  • In business 60+ years; a leader in healthcare cleaning, infection prevention and commercial cleaning
  • More than 1,900 locations nationwide; 250+ locations trained in the cleaning of healthcare facilities
  • Our processes and products meet or exceed standards set by CDC, APIC, AHE, OSHA, EPA, and FDA 

 



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