Limpieza y Desinfeccion

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Cleaning and Disinfecting

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  • Cleaning and Disinfecting

    TOUCHPOINTS WIPED DOWN

    • door hardware
    • light switches
    • desks, tables, and chairs
    • cafeteria tables
    • bathroom sinks, dispensers, toilets, urinals, and fixtures
    • drinking fountains
    • railings

    DISINFECTING RESTROOM AND HEALTH ROOMS

    • bathroom walls, mirrors, sinks, urinals, toilets and partitions, dispensers and fixtures
    • health room sinks, cots, walls and touchpoints, fixtures, counters, and dispensers
    • bloodborne pathogen protocols are followed for sanitizing

    CLASSROOM CLEANING TIPS FOR TEACHERS

     

    • Use plain soap and water for handwashing before eating, after using the bathroom, after recess and anytime students get dirty
    • When there is no access to a sink, as on field trips, an alcohol-based, dye, and fragrance-free hand sanitizer wipes can be used
    • Only staff should use cleaning products and only those products supplied by the district

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Why is hand washing better than hand sanitizer?

    Soap and rubbing hands together under running water removes oil, dirt, and harmful surface germs. Hand sanitizer doesn't remove dirt in which germs hide and only kills a few easy-to-kill germs.

    Why do we have to use district cleaning products?

    Common household cleaners and disinfectants may cause allergic reactions or have other health impacts. District products have the proper "safety data sheets," they kill germs and are safe.

    What kind of cleaner does the school district use?

    We use Ecolab Hydrogen Peroxide cleaner and disinfectant provided and labeled by the custodial staff. A five minute dwell time is suggested for disinfecting surfaces.