The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics’ Building Services. With our internal health taskforce and resources guided by science, we have developed a comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times.
In April of 2021, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued new guidance related to cleaning of surfaces and the use of disinfectants. Janitronics has been following the best practices identified by the CDC since the beginning of the pandemic. We also have been an integral component of a Boston-based health security task force to provide guidance to our stakeholders. We continue to be in alignment with the CDC, where they note that washing hands and using sanitizer is a priority. The statement continues: "Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces can also reduce the risk of infection" in a building.
You can read about the new guidance at the CDC here. Key points are to clean and disinfect if:
A COVID-19 infected person is known to have been in the space
Low incidence of mask-wearing
Poor hand sanitation practices are observed
Space will be occupied by high-risk population (elderly, or pre-existing conditions)
We are in close communication with our clients to ensure we provide what they need for their building occupants. We have an array of technology and protocols to deploy, and the best trained staff to deliver cleaning services, so our clients' needs will be met. Janitronics continues to embrace the science and follow the best practices as defined by the CDC and other relevant parties. We are here for you during these trying times, and we are ready to help you.
Janitronics Building Services is devoted to providing clean and healthy working environments for our clients and partners. Click below to read our plan to provide both our employees and clients with science-focused training, technology and resources to deal with the challenges presented by COVID-19, both now and into the next normal.
With the recent approval of a COVID-19 vaccine, we have reached an important stage in the fight against the virus.
At Janitronics Building Services, we know our employees have many questions about vaccines, including when they will be eligible to receive a vaccine.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker recently announced the state’s approach to vaccine distribution, which prioritizes individuals and communities at highest risk. Vaccine distribution in Massachusetts will occur in a phased approach. We anticipate Janitronics employees will be able to participate in vaccination at phase two.
Please help slow the spread of COVID by following the preventative measures.Your health and the health of your loved ones depends on it.
Janitronics Building Services cares about the health of our employees and their families. Therefore, we are providing guidelines for any holiday gatherings. We are asking our employees to take the pledge to celebrate only with the members of their immediate households. Let’s stay safe this year so we can all be together again next year.
Congratulations to Holiziel Camara who has earned his Fitwel Ambassabor designation. Holiziel will join the growing list of Janitronics Building Services Managers who have made a commitment to focus on Healthy Buildings. We are proud of this commitment and this accomplishment.
Today, Janitronics Building Services congratulates another member of our team, Susan Yee, for achieving her Fitwel Ambassor certification. As the Senior Account Manager at MathWorks, this achievement will help her and her team to focus on the healthy buildings message and its impact on the community throughout both campuses. Congratulations Susan!
We’re excited to announce that Erica Mann has been promoted to Assistant Director of Training and Compliance at Janitronics Building Services. Erica has been instrumental in the roll out and continued management of our employee training over the past two years, especially during COVID-19 where a significant level of training has been added and implemented. Erica has also played a key role in our COVID-19 Task Force. Her efforts have been invaluable in delivering science-based information to our employees and clients. Please join us in congratulating Erica on this well-deserved promotion.
Janitronics Building Services is committed to providing healthy buildings for our client partners and employees. Today we are proud to congratulate Joao Rodrigues for becoming a Fitwel Ambassador. Joao joins a growing team of executives here who has achieved this great distinction. We look forward to helping our client partners understand and implement the Fitwel fundamentals.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics’ Building Services. That is why we are constantly monitoring the situation and guidance for operations during COVID-19 and are ready to make needed updates. The most recent update to our Repopulation Plan includes information on Cleanrooms, Controlled Environments and CNC spaces. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we continue to update our comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times. This plan encompasses all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, physical distancing, health screening, PPE, and effective health communication and now recommended protocols for our Life Science partners, guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics’ Building Services. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we have developed a comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times. This plan encompasses all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, physical distancing, health screening, PPE, and effective health communication guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics Building Services. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we have developed a comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times.This plan will encompass all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, social distancing, health screening and PPE, and effective health communication, and will be guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, Janitronics Building Services remains committed to protecting the health and safety of our community. We are complying with the mandated social distancing and non-essential service restriction. Nearly every part of our business remains operational as our teams work and collaborate remotely and in the properties we serve.
Janitronics Building Services is following developments, especially here in Massachusetts, to stay ahead of this emerging public health situation. The MA Dept. of Public Health is providing daily updates, which includes corporate meetings and associated confirmed cases from late February. The MA Dept. of Public Health asserts, “The risk of COVID-19 to the general public in Massachusetts remains low at this time.”