Office Presumptive/Confirmed Disinfecting Treatment

Step 1 Preparation
To prepare, clients should designate all specific suspect areas that are to be cleaned, and work with our
team to ensure access to the site. Our team will assess the location and prepare for work with appropriate
personal protective equipment (PPE) including protective clothing, respirator, eye protection and gloves.

Step 2 Cleaning and Disinfection Wipe
Our team will begin by doing a full clean and disinfection of the entire space including a full wipe of all
“High-touch” areas. High-touch areas are defined as surfaces that have frequent contact with people’s
hands either directly or indirectly. These areas end up being a magnet for germs, bacteria and pathogens.
Here are some examples of Normal High-touch surfaces

Cleaning and Disinfecting Process

a. The wipe used will be Clorox Healthcare VersaSure or a hospital-grade equivalent
b. Staff member will wear appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
c. The wipe will be folded in half two times doubling the amount of coverage areas
d. Wipe entire surface to be disinfected. The area will then be saturated
e. As sides of the wipe begin to dry out, we will utilize an untouched portion of the wipe
f. Surface will remain wet for at least 2 minutes to allow appropriate dwell time
g. The surface will be allowed to air dry while proceeding to the next area to be disinfected
h. Dust mop all hard surface flooring
i. Damp mop hard surface floors using Clean and Shine Neutral Disinfectant
j. Hard surface flooring will remain damp for 5 minutes and be allowed to air dry
k. When the process is completed, PPE will be properly removed and disposed of
l. Hands will be washed for 30 seconds with soap and water


✓ Door handles
✓ Door glass
✓ Stair rails
✓ Tabletops
✓ Reception desks
✓ Office Desks
✓ Ceiling Diffusers


✓ Chair backs
✓ Chair armrests
✓ Push plates on doors
✓ Water fountains/coolers
✓ Elevator buttons
✓ Desk drawer handles
✓ Lockers/Cubbys


✓ File cabinet handles
✓ Vending machines/coffee machines
✓ Window blind controls
✓ Keyboards, computer mice
✓ Phones
✓ Faucets
✓ Whiteboards
✓ Restrooms
✓ Carpeted areas (vacuum)
✓ Hard surface flooring(wash and disinfect)

Step 3 Electrostatic spray disinfection
As part of the disinfection process our team will utilize electrostatic sprayers to electrically charged
particles of disinfecting solution to adhere to all surfaces in the space. This process allows surfaces to be
disinfected that might be missed through the wiping process. Once the space has thoroughly dried all
surfaces are sufficiently disinfected.

Electrostatic spray process

a. An inspection will be completed to ensure all non-cleaning personnel have vacated the site
b. Staff member will wear appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
c. Spray N Go neutral disinfectant will be filtered into the tank of the electrostatic
d. The electrostatic applicator will be primed by spraying into a sink or trash can
e. The largest droplet setting will be utilized to ensure maximum coverage
f. Surfaces that are treated will remain saturated for 2 minutes
g. When the process is completed, PPE will be properly removed and disposed of
h. Hands will be washed for 30 seconds with soap and water
i. The treated area can be reoccupied in 30 minutes.


Cleaning refers to the removal of dirt and impurities, including germs, from surfaces. Cleaning alone does not kill germs. But by removing the germs, it decreases their number and therefore any risk of spreading infection. 

Disinfecting works by using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. This process does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs. But killing germs remaining on a surface after cleaning further reduces any risk of spreading infection.

This protocol is based on information obtained from the CDC, NIH, and EPA. While no product (to date) has been tested or approved to combat 2019-nCoV, CCC will use disinfectants that are effective against emerging pathogens and have efficacy claims against small non enveloped viruses, based on the EPA’s emerging viral pathogen guidance. These measures will not protect from future COVID-19 contamination’s introduced to your facility by infected persons post-disinfection.