In the hospitals and healthcare structures the goals of the centre are : taking care of patients, optimising the efficiency of the structure and that of the staff and support staff.
We work to facilitate both of these activities, offering excellent services and planning our activities based on the needs of our clients.
- Operating unit and wards
- Waiting rooms and communal spaces
- Areas with a high level of infection risks
- Analysis laboratories
- Research laboratories
- Special Environments: sterile, controlled atmospheres, nuclear medicine
- Operating rooms
- Areas with high risk: intensive therapy units, coronary units
We WORK to clean and sanitise any civil environment where there is a high level of public use. Schools, Universities, airports, offices, distribution warehouses and commercial spaces, banks, museums, accommodation.
- shared/public areas
- waiting rooms
- public bathrooms
- Waiting rooms
- Public halls and meeting rooms
- Office workstations
- Public information desks
- Kitchens, food-halls and catering kitchens
- Hotel rooms, halls, stairs and corridors
- Other relevant spaces within public structures
In order to facilitate the continuous and efficient production, our activities are designed so they do not interrupt the work of production chains. We employ our technical competencies together with those of the client, with the aim of guaranteeing an elevated level of value to the goods and industrial spaces.
- Industrial Warehouses
- Offices and communal spaces
- Machinery and industrial implants
- Technical rooms
- Flooring and fittings
- Any neighbouring areas of relevance
Disinfestation is generally defined as any operations performed to eliminate of, or at least limit any parasites, and damage that they cause, from the simple application of spray products in domestic environments, to complex plans needed to combat larger problems.
To state it more simply, disinfestation refers to fighting against insects, whilst operations aimed at eliminating rodents are defined as ‘pest and rodent control’, and that against ‘weeds’ is defined as ‘weeding’.
The phases foreseen are:
-monitoring (defining the problem) with three minor phases:
-Studying the particular environment with particular attention given to the level of the infestation
-Evaluation of any parasites present
-Projection of a plan to fight it and a quote on the price, including any practical prevention information with the aim of eliminating or minimising factors which could enable the development of pathogens or weeds or make access difficult (Pest and Rat proofing). On hospital premises these phases are undertaken in conjunction with maintenance procedures, , planning which is able to be adaptable to sudden issues especially if the infestation is exposed to variable climate conditions.
-The actual intervention itself, using all the equipment and techniques required
-Monitoring and checks to ensure satisfactory results are obtained, and also any certification necessary ( required by the laws relating to the handling of food, etc. falls under the norms of ISO 9000.)
-It is also necessary to respect the requirements to display posters signalling the intervention and any further collaborative practices that are required.
The Disinfestation plan is based on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies and they must also integrate the Hazard analysis and critical Control point (HACCP).