Contaminated Work Environments

Potential Hazard
Exposure of housekeeping staff to blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) through contaminated work environments. OPIM is defined in 29 CFR 1901.1030(b).

Possible Solutions

OSHA requires:
Clean and sanitary work environments to prevent contact with blood or OPIM. Bloodborne Pathogens Standard [29 CFR 1910.1030(d)(4)(i)].

The employer must:
 Determine and implement an appropriate written schedule for cleaning and methods of decontamination.
 This written schedule must be based on the:
 Location within the facility.
 Type of surfaces to be cleaned.
 Type of soil present.
 The tasks or procedures to be performed in the area.

Outstanding Cleaning INC. has the proper cleaning equipment and trained employees to offer you a complete line of industrial cleaning services. If you have a specific surface that you need to clean, please contact our office to discuss your project goals.