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Free bulletin provides outline for maintaining a safe workplace


May 29, 2020  


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A manufacturer of specialty products and formulations for maintenance and repair has just made available a new technical bulletin, The Urgent Need for Proper Workplace Cleaning and Disinfecting of Hard Non-Porous Surfaces, in response to the current health crisis and the increased importance of providing and maintaining a safe work environment.

“CRC developed this technical bulletin to provide an educational resource for individuals and businesses of all types. Cleaning is a critical step in the disinfection process,” says Scott Brownstein, CRC Industries technical service manager.

The technical bulletin can be accessed and downloaded by visiting the CRC Industries website at: https://www.crcindustries.com/cleaning-bulletin/.

The free-to-download bulletin was developed by top regulatory affairs and compliance experts at CRC Industries Inc. in response to the current health crisis and the increased importance of providing and maintaining a safe work environment.

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“During the COVID-19 pandemic, many have learned that their current cleaning and disinfecting practices are inadequate when dealing with a highly communicable infectious disease. CRC is an essential business and leader in cleaning products that support critical and essential industrial manufacturing, healthcare, and transportation companies, and we are sharing our expertise to help keep everyone safe,” says Brownstein.

The CRC technical bulletin provides useful information that individuals and businesses should be aware of in an effort to help keep their employees and customers safe for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, as businesses prepare to reopen under federal, state, and local public health and safety guidelines.

The bulletin clarifies the differences between cleaners, sanitizers, disinfectants, and sterilants, and identifies which of these products are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

In addition, the bulletin provides best practices for the proper use of cleaners and disinfectants, and highlights frequently-touched areas in facilities that must be cleaned and disinfected regularly to minimize risk of exposure to infectious diseases.


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