COVID-19 - how can Direct365 help?
We’re on emergency response to help customers, old and new, who still need crucial supplies during the coronavirus crisis. Our assistance is available nationwide, whether you need commercial cleaning, hygiene products, pest control or waste disposal. We want to help all those affected and support the UK’s many essential services – we’re open for business because you’re open for business.
We can help any organisation wanting to maintain hygienic premises and reduce the risk of infection. Our team are working hard from home to keep things business as usual and our stock levels are getting back to normal. We’ve detailed a just a few of our many helpful services below, so read on to discover how we’re here for you.
Providing well-stocked hand sanitising facilities will reduce the spread of germs and risk of illness by killing bacteria before it can contaminate. Staff and visitors expect a clean environment in washrooms, kitchens, workstations and beyond, so don’t let them down.
Businesses of all kinds are expected to have adequate health and safety practices; this is part of every workplace’s legal Duty of Care. With readily available hand sanitiser, you can meet the requirements expected of your business and protect staff and visitors from the spread of germs and illnesses.
Our sanitiser service prioritises practicality and hygiene; we’ll provide top-ups at the frequency your business needs, using supplies with the latest antibacterial protection. Our sleek and contemporary sanitisers will leave a professional impression, give users peace of mind and improve the health and safety of any workplace.
Get your hassle-free service set up by submitting a query form today!
Have you been keeping an eye on your water systems? If your water flow has been stagnant for a while, this increases the risk of Legionella bacteria growing. Legionella causes Legionnaires’ disease, a form of pneumonia with a threateningly high mortality rate.
This risk applies to most commercial buildings, not just ones with lots of water use. Even if you only have a single sink, water tank, toilet, shower or any other small water system, you still need to follow the same important guidelines that businesses with lots of water systems do.
At Direct365, we’ll defend your business against an outbreak by providing a thorough Risk Assessment and offering guidance to keep you safe and compliant to British Standards. Our LCA-certified engineers will tailor a flexible action plan to your business and ensure that you’re compliant to the L8 Approved Code of Practice.
Enquire online now for a free, no obligation quote.
We want to offer safety to businesses across the UK by providing professional deep cleaning, specialising in emergency infection control. This service has been designed in response to the COVID-19 crisis, so any reported cases of infection will be treated with upmost urgency.
The spread of bacteria in any workplace is a viable risk and a worthy reason to invest in a reliable and effective cleaning company. Essential services that remain open need these extra precautions to ensure proper sanitation.
At Direct365, we’re pleased to be offering this service to any business that needs it, with benefits such as:
- Out of hours service
- Fully trained technicians
- PAT tested equipment
- Adherence to the highest Health & Safety protocol
- CRB-checked staff
- Bespoke blended products that have been tried and tested
- Nationwide service, 7 days a week
Get in touch with us for an emergency deep clean, no matter what nature your business is. Fill out a query form for more information today.
We’ve got a vast range of supplies that can help protect individuals in all sorts of environments. Our COVID-battling categories include:
- Washrooms & Hygiene
- Cleaning & Janitorial
- Health & Safety
- Absorbents & Spill Control
- E-Learning & Training
Fast track to the crucial products with our list of top essentials:
Working from home comes with a host of complications, a lot of them being associated with GDPR. Some of our shredding services (usually intended for business locations) have been extended for domestic services, so you can keep your business secure at home.
Data protection is still critical during these times. Paperwork containing sensitive information is classed as confidential waste and should be dealt with in accordance to GDPR guidelines. The following features make our domestic shredding service second to none:
- In line with the law, destroying documents confidentially and safely
- Free certificate of destruction to prove the secure shredding of your paperwork
- Accredited to ISO9001 & ISO14001, all in accordance with current UK guidelines
- Safety guaranteed with security checked personnel: staff have a 5-year background, DBS and reference check
Many essential services still require bin collections, even if the frequency has changed. Our flexible Waste Management services aim to help any business, big or small, anywhere in the UK. Get a bespoke service tailored to your current needs, whether that involves general waste disposal or specialist clinical waste.
As waste experts, we understand the importance of keeping people safe by containing and transporting waste hygienically. All our providers are licenced waste carriers following current government guidelines for safety and infection control.
During the COVID-19 crisis you can never have too many reminders for safe practices. Basic hygiene and safe distancing are crucial to prevent the spread of viruses, so we’ve created mats to bring attention to this.
Remind staff and visitors to wash their hands or sanitise properly with our hygiene floor mats, suitable for a range of areas in all sorts of workplaces. Or help people out with social distancing mats showing how far to stay apart. Remember, simple messages like these can help to save lives.
What’s more, you can keep your mats clean and pristine with our advanced laundering service, which removes all moisture, dirt and grit for an ultra-hygienic result.
First Aid has never been so paramount. We’re proud to supply a range of life-saving AEDs at competitive prices and offer First Aid guidance and advice.
These devices massively increase the chances of survival for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. However, in light of the recent outbreak, the Resuscitation Council UK have released a statement to raise awareness of the possibility that SDA victims may have COVID-19 and to help First Aiders stay safe. Here are some new guidance tips:
- Do not place your face close to the casualty
- Ask a helper to call emergency services and find an AED if possible
- Ask your helper to put the phone on speaker and hold it out towards you, so they can maintain a 2m distance
- Wherever possible, the helper should keep a distance of 2m
- Before starting CPR, use a towel or piece of clothing and lay it over the mouth and nose of the casualty
- Do not give rescue breaths
- If you have used a defibrillator, leave it attached
For more information, view the full COVID-19 resuscitation guidance here.