OSHA / CDC Guidelines

Our machines include ETL Certifications. This is significant because it shows that our equipment meet all of the minimum safety standards established by OSHA


Letter of Interpretation

According to the Letter of Interpretation put out by OSHA, any employer can be cited for a violation of General Duty Clause if a serious hazard exists in their workplace and they fail to take steps to addressing the issue. It applies to all situations where no standard has been applied to a specific hazard.

Letter of Interpretation


Guidance to Handling COVID-19

Another General Duty Clause, as outlined by OSHA, states that if an infected employee comes into work and infects others, this could lead to a violation if the hazard isn't addressed. Our services help correct the infection as long as we apply to all areas frequented by that employee.

Handling COVID-19


Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

OSHA has recently prepared information on how to prepare the workplace for COVID-19. This is a viable and valuable source of information on how employers can mitigate the risk of COVID-19 and steps to take when allowing employees back into their facilities.

Workplace Preparation


CDC's Recommended Disinfection Process

The CDC states that most household disinfectants help in reducing the risk of infection, but recommend using an electrostatic disinfection surface to mitigate the spread of harmful pathogens, including COVID-19.

Disinfection Process