Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, our team is doing everything we can to prevent spreading the virus. Fortunately, many of the measures we’ll be discussing are already implemented and part of our daily operations. Please watch the video on our page for a live demonstration of our procedures that limit our exposure to your facility. We would like to take a moment to inform you of the actions Bare Metal Standard of Idaho takes to actively combat the spread of illness during our services.
During every service, our employees wear Personal Protective Equipment like gloves and masks. This not only protects our employees from coming into contact with contaminates, but it also protects your facility.
We train our team in the correct handwashing practices and provide hand sanitizer to every technician. Whether they have access to soap and water or not, our employees always practice hand hygiene to limit the spread of germs.
Our services are unique because we usually perform them after business hours. This makes it easy for our technicians to practice social distancing while on the job. With the current situation, our technicians know how important it is to avoid close contact with people who are sick now more than ever.
We emphasize personal hygiene during every service. This means that we cover coughs, sneezes and use plastic sheeting to cover the surfaces of your facility.
After every service, we thoroughly clean and disinfect our equipment. We understand the importance of leaving your facility just as clean as when we arrived on-site. Our pressure washers and cleaning chemicals make this process easy.
It is always our protocol to require employees to stay home when they’re sick. We’re continuing to enforce this policy to protect your food preparation facility during this uncertain time.
At Bare Metal Standard of Idaho, we understand the trust you give us to perform kitchen exhaust cleanings in your commercial kitchen. We are committed to providing superior Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning. Our team takes the fire safety of your facility extremely seriously, so we do all we can to combat the spread of illness.