Terminal cleaning is an intensive cleaning procedure that ensures that all surfaces and equipment are properly cleaned and sterilized to ensure your patients and staff are safe and to prevent cross-contamination.
Process of Cleaning
- Removing all detachable objects and sanitizing
- Cleaning light fixtures and air duct surface
- Wiping down all walls with quaternary disinfectant
- Cleaning all items on or near the floor surface
Areas of Cleaning
- Patient Rooms
- Patient Bathrooms
- Isolation Rooms
- Intensive Care Unit
- Operating Rooms
Process of Terminal Cleaning
- The crew will put on their personal protection equipment
- Taking out medical instruments and other detachable objects
- The crew cleans from the top of the room, moves down the walls, and cleans the floors – all done in a cleaning path to prevent cross-contamination.
- Request a quote – Once you have submitted a request you will be contacted by one of our sales representatives and they will go over the process and next steps.
- Walk through – The same sales representative will come to your business and do a walk-through assessment.
- Proposal – Once our assessment is done, we will provide you with a proposal for you to sign.
- Supervisor walk through – Once you have signed the proposal a supervisor will do a walk through with you to ensure that we are in tune with what is being done.
- Supervisor cleaning – The supervisor will train and clean with the crew the first five cleaning sessions. The supervisor will continuously work behind the cleaning crew.
- Supervisor Inspection Schedule – Our supervisors follow an inspection schedule to continually ensure that the terminal cleaning is done properly.
How do I know that Knight Janitorial Services has a quality cleaning team?
Knight Janitorial Services’ team members are carefully screened to ensure that they have the highest ethics and morals, and we are confident that they will present themselves in a highly professional manner through their work and conduct. Our company has specific policies and guidelines to ensure the highest level of service and safety.
How will I ensure the security of my facility?
The security of your office is our main concern. While work is being performed our workers lock themselves inside the rooms in which they are working. Workers do not unlock doors for anyone. Our supervisors recheck all doors at the end of the night to make sure that the right doors are locked.
What safety training is provided for the cleaning crew to ensure proper handling of disinfectants and equipment?
Knight Janitorial Services trains our workers to properly handle the chemicals being used in your healthcare facility. This training enables management and our team members to better serve you and your facility. We will supply and monitor a Bloodborne Pathogen plan as prescribed by OSHA. We will also supply SDS (Safety Data Sheets) of our chemicals used in your facility for your records. Proper Protocol is followed when we provide our cleaning teams with proper PPE (Personal protective equipment) and utilizing EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) registered surface disinfectants such as quaternary cleaning chemicals.
How can I get in contact with management?
We have daytime area managers as well as nighttime supervisors who are responsible for working hand-in-hand with our cleaning teams on a consistent basis to continually convey to them our expectations as well as yours.
Does Knight Janitorial Services have insurance?
Yes, Knight Janitorial Services maintains general liability insurance, medical expense insurance, personal injury insurance, automobile liability insurance, umbrella liability insurance, and a business services bond.
Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions you may have.