As you reopen your buildings to staff and visitors, AEC can provide assistance with making your building safe for all. We can help you to implement safe working practices and policies designed to minimise risk and maintain your compliance with the law.
Our specialist teams can undertake localised or larger scale cleaning of areas along with a range of disinfection regimes using approved industrial strength disinfecting agents.
Following an initial assessment of client requirements and the safe assessment and planning for the works, our teams will attend site and undertake the planned works in a thorough and methodical manner under constant site supervision.
Our cleaning and decontamination services will give you reassurance that your workplace has been thoroughly sanitised and enables a safe return to work for all employees.
We are able to provide;
All treatments include all surfaces such as hard floors, walls, cupboards, kitchen tops, tables, doors, as well as flooring, furniture, desks, door handles, etc. Overall, any highly touched area will be thoroughly cleaned.
Our technical team can work with you to produce bespoke COVID working procedures, risk assessments and method statements to ensure your business is prepared to manage the new workplace risks and create a COVID safe working environment.
A consequence of an unoccupied building is low water turnover, which creates stagnation and increases the risk of Legionella developing in the water system.
To prevent stagnation in dormant systems and to control the risk of exposure to Legionella, control regimes need to be carried out on a regular basis. There are two approaches AEC can help with:
1) Water system restarts: our water hygiene technicians would carry out disinfection and chlorination flushing to any dormant water systems - this is usually recommended prior to reoccupation if your building have been closed for an extended period
2) Outlet Flushing: our water hygiene technicians would carry out weekly flushing of your water outlets to prevent stagnation occurring and Legionella bacteria multiplying within the building water systems
AEC's competent and qualified team can carry out qualitative face fitting.
It is a legal requirement that workers using tight fitting respiratory protective equipment (face pieces/masks) must be fit tested by a competent person.
Our consultants can carry out fitting at our Manchester and London offices, on-site or deliver qualitative training to enable you to confidently fit and test your employee’s masks.
Please note you must supply your own FFP3 or FFP2 masks