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Sanitise your office against Swine Flu Influenza A (H1N1)

Anti-Viral Sanitiser kills Swine FluWhilst the recent cases of Swine Flu (H1N1) have raised the awareness of hygiene, it is important to take precautions to prevent employees from contracting and spreading any viruses or influenza.

Workplaces can be a breeding ground for viruses and bacterial infections. Cold or flu germs can live for a long time (up to 48 hours) on surfaces like doorknobs and things people touch with their hands.

Influenza viruses (including Swine Flu) are rendered inactive by the correct application of an effective Anti-Viral Sanitiser. Crest recommends sanitising surfaces that people frequently touch with Anti-Viral Sanitiser regularly, preferably daily.

Crest’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser is a wide spectrum bactericide, fungicide and virucide; effective against: Influenza A (Swine flu H1N1), HIV-1 (AIDS), Hepatitis B & C, MRSA, Listeria, Salmonella, E-coli*.

The Anti-Viral Sanitiser will have a residual effect, i.e. traces of sanitiser left on the surface will keep on killing any new virus spores that may land on the surface.

Crest’s Sanitising Service

Crest’s Sanitising Service involves the application of an Anti-Viral Sanitiser to specific surfaces that people touch, i.e. door knobs, door push plates, kitchen areas, taps, microwave ovens, refrigerators, toilet buttons, soap dispensers, hand dryers etc.

1. Full Sanitisation of all hard surfaces

Crest can offer a full clean down service to fully sanitise your premises.

2. Sanitisation Maintenance

Carried out at agreed periods, i.e. daily, 3 x weekly, weekly, fortnightly, in addition to regular contract cleaning.

What does the Sanitising Service cost?

A schedule of the surfaces to be sanitised will be prepared
and a quotation provided. The service will then be carried
out in accordance with the schedule at each visit.

For an itemised quote please call 0800 273 780
to speak with your local Crest Regional Manager

Helpful Information

Ministry of Heath – Website:
Click here for the latest NZ media releases on Swine Flu

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Website:
H1N1 Flu Resources for Businesses and Employers
Symptoms of H1N1 (Swine Flu) – You Tube Video
What to Do If You Get Flu-Like Symptoms