LAAC announced that it has entered into a partnership with Safe Companies
[LOS ANGELES, CA, JUNE 2020] — Safe Companies team initial service will be a Deep Cleaning of club facilities scheduled to reopen. The Deep Cleaning process utilizes specific tools, chemicals, and techniques that suit the surface or area. Once the Deep Cleaning has been performed and organic soil has been removed Safe Companies will apply an EPA registered disinfectant to kill or destroy infectious, or harmful organisms. In addition to the disinfectant, an antimicrobial barrier will be applied to protect surfaces by killing and inhibiting the growth of microorganisms. ATP Testing Once the Decontamination Process has been completed ATP microorganism testing is performed at various high touch point locations throughout the facility to verify and confirm that the decontamination steps have been executed. ATP testing, a proven method of measuring contaminates, has traditionally been used in hospital & food service facilities as a method of ensuring the effectiveness of their facilities’ sanitation efforts. Each ATP test provides our team with instant measured and recordable outcomes of the decontamination process.
The sustainable sanitization/disinfection protocols designed and implemented by Safe Companies adhere to the most recent information available from the CDC and OSHA. The “Defendable Plan” of testing, documentation, and reporting equip LAAC with measurable proof of cleaning.
To supplement and assist LAAC’s cleaning staff, Safe Companies will provide professional skilled technicians to clean & disinfect on a nightly basis 6 days a week.
Technicians will be onsite working the night shift from 10 pm to 7 am. Technicians will vacuum all club level floors before applying a disinfectant. Hotel level floors and common areas will be vacuumed and maintained by LAAC housekeeping staff.
Safe Companies will perform nightly disinfection, with an EPA registered disinfectant to kill or destroy infectious, or harmful organisms. The disinfectant will be applied to high, medium, and low touchpoint surfaces according to approved disinfecting protocols. Facility areas, such as un-occupied hotel rooms or other club areas with zero occupancy will be disinfected on a per-use basis. Nightly Disinfecting services will be provided 6 days a week.
Each month, Safe Companies will prepare a Certified Verification Report (CVS) that documents all cleaning and disinfecting protocols implemented, product safety data sheets (SDS), employee training and certification, personal protective equipment (PPE) used, photo documentation, and ATP testing outcomes that identify the ATP levels achieved after the disinfection protocols have been completed
Safe Companies will provide EPA approved cleaning products for use in, kitchen, bar, and food service areas. In addition, Safe Companies will provide HEPA Backpack Vacuums and mechanical sanitizing units that will be used as a part of the cleaning and sanitizing protocol.
To maintain a high level of sustainability, Safe Companies will develop, train, and assist with the implementation of the “sanitization protocol.” Our team of instructors will remain onsite 4 days a week for 2 weeks to both instruct and provide QA/QC to ensure that cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting protocols are achieved. The instructors will work hand in hand with LAAC housekeeping and janitorial staff to provide site-specific instruction of standard operating procedures (SOP).”