control in Sydney
With rapidly changing sanitation standards, ServiceFM offers flexible options to meet your business’ infection control and prevention requirements. We specialise in providing Sydney’s diverse sectors with infection control services that prioritise the safety of staff and clients.
We focus on safety
Our strict infection control processes also safeguard your assets, guaranteeing that they are free of contamination. While your company’s growth potential may be limitless, hygiene and cleaning standards remain critical to all business operations.
Our infection-control solutions include:
1. Touchpoint and Routine Environmental Cleaning – The ServiceFM Sydney infection control team thoroughly cleans all common touchpoint locations (door handles, doors, lift buttons and push plates) with hospital-grade disinfectant.
2. Terminal and Decontamination Clean – ServiceFM (using all necessary PPE) can conduct terminal and decontamination cleanses in the case of an outbreak or verified infection, and;
3. Nanocyn Fumigation – This standard cleaning procedure can cover areas of all sizes. Utilising Nanocyn, a 100% hospital-grade solution free of toxic chemicals, this service capitalises on Nanocyn’s rapid contact times and zero OH&S and toxicity requirements. As a TGA and GECA-approved sanitiser, Nanocyn can also destroy coronavirus and norovirus.
For an example of the effectiveness of this service, please see our Drakes Supermarket Case Study.
Cleaning shared air
Having partnered with Australian firm AiroFresh Intl, ServiceFM retains exclusive rights to distribute AiroFresh smart-tech air purification systems.
As discussions of air purification became salient during the pandemic, ServiceFM has been on the lookout for Infection Control solutions that clean air while providing sanitary assurance for our clients. Luckily, the perfect solution was to be found in our very own backyard.
With health and safety, along with building maintenance a priority, Airofresh kills 99.9999% of all carbon-based contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses and carbon-based gases. In Sydney, where humidity is a regular feature, it is an equally successful agent against fungi and mould.