Betriebshygiene, Pandemie, Arbeitssicherheit
"Experiences are of greatest value when we have them before we have to have them"
Die COVID-19 Pandemie hinterlässt Spuren im Schnittpunkt von Hygiene, Vorsorge und Notfallplanung.
Die Erfahrung von gammaRenax basiert auf langjähriger Beratung, der Einbindung von Fachleuten, der Mitarbeit kundenseitiger Planungsstäbe, einschlägiger Literatur und Normen. So sind während der Pandemie verschiedene Tutorials für das Gesundheitswesen in Zusammenarbeit mit verschiedenen Fachkräften entstanden.
Pandemic in the hospital
Cleaning of isolation rooms at Covid-19
The Cleaning Standard Covid-19 network has developed and produced a training series. It is the result of collaboration between the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and gammaRenax AG, Hirslanden AG, Diversey AG and other organisations from the healthcare and commercial cleaning sectors.
The film explains what is involved in cleaning the isolation rooms of Covid-19 patients. The principles of protective measures, cleaning techniques and cleaning procedures are explained; in addition, the procedures for entry and exit, maintenance and exit cleaning are explained.
Part 1: Introduction to the topic
How do I clean an isolation room for Covid-19 patients? Learn the principles of protective measures, cleaning techniques and procedures in the German-language introductory video.
Part 2: The infiltration
Before cleaning an isolation room, you need to properly put on protective gear to protect yourself from the coronavirus. Learn what to put on in what order in the video
Part 3: Maintenance cleaning workflow
Learn how to proceed with a maintenance cleaning for isolation rooms and what is important.
Part 4: Outlet cleaning sequence
Here you will learn how to proceed with an exit cleaning for isolation rooms and what to look out for.
Part 5: The ejection
After cleaning an isolation room, you need to take off the protective equipment correctly, so you do not catch the coronavirus. Learn what to take off and where in what order in the video.
The Network Cleaning Standard Covid-19 has developed and produced the training series:
Idea: Prof. Dr. Susanne Hofer, Institute for Facility Management (IFM), ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Project Management: Irina Pericin Häfliger, Institute for Facility Management (IFM), ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Co-Creation: Allpura, Association of Swiss Cleaning Companies; Severin Gallo, CEO, gammaRenax AG; Roger Graf, Member of the Board of Allpura and CEO Graf Facility Services GmbH; Thomas Hofmann, Lecturer, IFM; Oliver Jud, Head of Corporate Development, gammaRenax AG; Peter Kunz, Divisional Manager for Training and Coaching, Gareba GmbH; Dr. Thomas Leiblein, Senior Specialist Infection Prevention, Hirslanden AG; Markus Rüfenacht, Divisional Manager for Cleaning Concepts/Calculation and Tenders, Gareba GmbH; Doris Scheiwiller, Course Instructor, Diversey Training Centre; André Sidler, Head of Marketing and Services, Deputy Director of the Hospital, Seeklinik AG. Hospital Director, Seeklinik Brunnen; Franz J. Sperisen, Head of Hotel Services, See-Spital; Max von Däniken, Head of Infrastructural Management, GZO Wetzikon; as well as other stakeholders from the healthcare and cleaning sectors.
Film and CutFornito Valentino, Media Creator, FM Academy c/o gammaRenax AG Facility Services
Residents' room in the home
Covid-19: Cleaning of residents' rooms in a home
The Institute for Facility Management (IFM), together with stakeholders from the healthcare and cleaning industries, has created a standard for cleaning rooms in long-term institutions where the resident is affected by a Covid 19 infection.
The cleaning standard is intended to serve cleaning managers in old people's homes, nursing homes or institutions for people with disabilities and institutions for children and adolescents as an orientation aid and concretely applicable training material for health protection during the Covid 19 pandemic. This is because long-term institutions are often particularly hard hit by the coronavirus. Many nursing home residents must remain in isolation or quarantine as a result of suspected or confirmed Covid 19 infection. There are often fewer resources available for infection prevention than in a hospital. The document is illustrated with pictograms and is available free of charge.
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- Routine maintenance cleaning for insulation
- Supplementary measures for final cleaning after removal of the insulation
- Alternatives to manual wipe disinfection for final cleaning