Xcel Maintenance's measures for protecting workers from exposure to and infection with COVID-19 depend on the work performed and the potential risk from interactions with infectious people and contamination of the work environment.
We have implemented infection control strategies based on a Hazard Assessment, using appropriate combinations of Administrative control, safe work practices, and PPE to prevent exposure to workers, clients, and the general public.
Our Disinfecting Services
Deep Clean/ Impact Clean
Hospital Grade Disinfectants- EPA Registered
High-Touch Point Area Focus
Color-Coded Microfibers to Reduce Cross-Contamination
Electric and Electrostatic Chemical Dispersal Systems
We provide every employee with:
We not only want to ensure the safety of our employees but also want to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
Kathia Winchell, the owner of Xcel Maintenance, is a certified cleaning inspector who has completed several classes and training seminars.
Training every employee to follow appropriate workplace protocols when dealing with COVID-19 is required to prevent or reduce the likelihood of exposure.
For more on certification, click view more!
Stay home if you are sick.
Up-to-date education and training in person and with videos through our cellphones app.
Monitor public health communications about COVID-19 recommendations.
We implemented our cleaning practices by increasing the number of times each surface is disinfected within the hours given in our current contracts.
Face masks, gloves, aprons, and goggles are given to each employee.
At Xcel Maintenance, we try to identify sick workers with signs, symptoms, or a history of travel to COVID-19-affected areas. We have visitors from affected areas that indicate potential infection with the virus to help identify exposure risks for workers, clients, and the general public.
We accomplish this by daily open communication through our communication platform. With this telephone app, workers can communicate with management any concerns, questions, or changes in their or the family's health status.
Steps you can use in the workplace to prevent the spread of COVID-19!
Wipe down items before and after touching them.
Computer screen, keyboards, mouse, stationary, chairs, doorknobs
Use alcohol wipes and hand sanitizer to effectively sanitize items
Always wash hands after touching any item within the workplace