Bacterial Sampling Services
Why Bacterial Sampling?
Bacterial contamination is an environmental issue that can cause adverse health effects and is a serious concern for many industries. Garrett McKenzie offers regular Bacteria Sampling Services so that any pertaining issues can be identified and corrected before there is an outbreak.
What To Do In A Bacteria Outbreak Emergency
When there is an outbreak we offer:
- Project Management
- Remediation Services
We work closely with all the governing authorities in order to carefully adhere to all the necessary standards. Garrett McKenzie is the best prepared out there when it comes to emergency clean up and bacterial sampling services. We want your business to be protected and for your employees to feel safe in their work environment. You may also be able to save on taxes by presenting these bacteria free zone testing documents to your tax attorney.
How Do We Decontaminate Bacteria Zones?
Dry-Ice Blasting is one method that we use to effectively decontaminate surfaces of Salmonella Enteritidis, E. coli, and Listeria Monocytogenes. Other methods include cleaning crews with professional equipment for all types of industries. We have locations all over the country and have experience and know how in all areas of clean up to get the job done right. We also offer retesting after the cleanup to ensure the job is finished. You can keep us on file for regular annual testing to keep your records up to date.
Who Needs Bacterial Sampling Services?
All industries will benefit from having a clean work place. However, some industries will be more susceptible to bacteria than others and have greater consequences. For example, anything food or beverage related, with children, or healthcare are places that should definitely schedule a bacterial sampling service today.
Places Eligible for Bacterial Sampling Services:
- Hospital, Medical Clinics, and other Health Care Settings
- Food Industry: Dirty equipment, packaging equipment.
- Day Care Facilities
- Cruise Lines & Airline Industry
- Hospitality Industry
- Flood Damaged Properties
- Restaurants: Failing to wash hands before handling food, leaving food out without proper temperature control