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Disinfecting Schools after lockdown – how to do it safely?

Disinfecting Schools after lockdown – how to do it safely?

How to keep our children safe with properly disinfected schools?

First please listen to our CEO, Mr. Nishanth Mukhejree, talking about the safest disinfection of the school. The safest and strongest, as Mr. Mukherjee showcases on a school, where his own is attending.

Fumigation? No! Ozonation? YES!

Fumigation includes in 99% of cases usage of pesticides and the sole puprose of the fumigation is to kill bugs. Unfortunately pesticides left on any surface in school should be considered poisoning of children and as such penalized by the law.

Ozone is 100% safe after 1 hour, as it reverses back into oxygen. A completely harmless oxygen!

 

Chemicals used for disinfection in 9 out of 10 cases will poison your children!

As parents, school principals or teachers we are responsible for security of our own children. Thus, we would love to discourage you from spraying rooms with untested chemicals, although there will be people promising you miracles these chemicals do.

In our case we follow Standard Operations Procedure introduced in Europe for disinfection of schools, offices and homes, which allows only usage of the tested and approved technology. Completely harmless for children, too.

 

Standard Operating Procedure for Ozone Usage

To be absolutely sure, the ozone has degraded fully to oxygen and there is no exposure of minors to the gas, we follow SOP for Ozoning. Some of the most important points of the procedure are:

  • Maximum doze of ozone applied should be 1 mg / cubic meter.
  • Time2Shine must use only ozone generators with exact measurement indices allowing to calculate doze of ozone applied.
  • During the procedure and at least 8 hours after nobody is allowed to enter the ozonized premises.
  • Only trained professionals are allowed to operate the ozone generators to make sure a proper doze of ozone has been applied
  • Only certified ozone generators are allowed for the procedure, as the dozing of ozone is essential for both efficiency of disinfection and safety of professional staff.
  • During ozonization all AC, ventilation etc. must be on and operating to ensure AC vents are also disinfected
  • After 8 hours space must be cleaned from corpses of dead insects to protect from any physical contact with remains
  • After 8 hours space must be ventilated thourougly with fresh air to make sure all and any residues of ozone are mixed with air to accelerate the process of ozone disintegration and remove any gases arising from high oxygen exposure.
  • The ozone must not be used in rooms occupied by people, as it may cause dizziness or cough. The maximum doze of ozone is approximately 2 mg / cubic meter of air and anything above that level is considered dangerous.
  • Professionals are protected also from medical point of view by taking high dozes of vitamin C and E, as the low level of these vitamin may induce more signs of ozone exposure.

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