COVID-19 anxiety is at an all-time high, presenting school officials with new challenges. How do you reduce the risks of coronavirus and alleviate these fears? While we all want to get back to the "old" normal, we also want to keep our students and schools safe with this "new" normal. With the uncertainty on how readily children can contract and spread coronavirus compared to adults, our company has implemented disinfecting protocols to help in maintaining a safe environment for students and staff. Committed to clean, our mission today reassures the education community that health and safety come first with disinfection services from White Coat.
The coronavirus has changed what it means to clean. Dating back to the beginning of 2019, a business could basically scrub, wipe, dust, spray, and vacuum their way to a clean operation. But now, opening and maintaining business during this pandemic presents problems few have been trained to address. With local, state, and federal public health authorities issuing guidance that covers almost every conceivable situation, our business model began to shift from car detailing and pressure wash to providing hospital grade surface disinfection. As our requests for disinfection services began to double since the pandemic occurred, we became a force to reckon with as a leading agent in our industry. “We expect that this pivot into hiring companies with specialized tools and advanced technology will allow us to expand our business further and deepen our relationships with customers and partners all over,” says Jeremy Drake, President and CEO of White Coat Disinfection and Building Wash.