Seacare Environmental: Improving The Levels of Cleanliness and Hygiene

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Seacare Environmental has seen a surge in demand for cleaning and disinfection services since the outbreak of COVID-19. Given how public and personal hygiene is Singapore’s first line of defence, Seacare Environmental has adopted stringent cleaning procedures for all staff while also protecting their safety and personal hygiene in the company.

Let us do our part in practicing good hygiene to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Seacare Environmental has been in the business of providing general cleaning services for 25 years. Among our list of clients include educational institutions, preschools, medical clinics, management corporation strata title, building owners and developers. We also provide other cleaning services such as carpet shampooing, vinyl floor waxing, marble floor polishing, upholstery cleaning and ad-hoc thorough spring cleaning.

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the demand for cleaning and disinfection services have been on the surge. To better serve our clients and to be in alignment with Ministry of Health guidelines, Seacare Environmental has implemented stringent cleaning procedures for our cleaning staff and also measures to protect their safety and personal hygiene.

• All staff are required to wear face masks at all times and hand gloves when necessary.
• Temperature is taken twice daily for all staff and they have to strictly stay away from work if unwell.
• Appropriate disinfectants effective against the coronavirus are being used at all job sites.
• Cleaning frequency have been stepped up especially on high touch surfaces such as door handles, lift buttons and toilets.

“Public and personal hygiene is Singapore’s first defence, not just against COVID-19 today but against other breakouts that we cannot foresee in the future,” said Minister for Environment and Water Resources, Masagos Zulkifli.

Seacare Environmental, together with everyone, has a part to play in keeping Singapore clean to fight the spread of COVID-19. Keeping up a high level of personal and raising public hygiene standards together will help reduce risks to public health from this pandemic and beyond.