Flu – how prepared are you?Posted on: June 10th 2016 • Posted in: PC Cleaning
The spread of Super Bugs such as Flu virus A, MRSA and other pathogens continue to receive regular national press coverage with some experts predicting that potentially 1 in 3 of the population will catch the current flu virus this year.
Should this materialise this will potentially present a major risk to you, your staff and your business.
Controlling the spread of cross contamination in your workplace will form an important foundation of any Business Continuity plan, and we are able to offer you helpful and straightforward advice on how to prepare, plan and manage an outbreak.
We have recently been working with a number of our clients on their Business Continuity Management (BCM) plans in preparation for an Influenza pandemic. We use BCM as robust, structured process which is designed to help you identify those parts of your business that you can’t afford to lose should an incident occur. Our key piece of advice is plan now, rather than wait for the incident to happen, as delays could result in you losing valuable business to your competitors or your existing customers losing confidence in you.
To implement a BCM you’ll need to consider the following:
- What are your key products and services?
- What are the critical activities and resources needed to deliver these?
- What are the risks to these critical activities?
- How will you maintain these in the event of an incident?
Techclean is a specialist data room and IT cleaning company offering expert technical cleaning solutions to companies across the UK. We provide nationwide coverage with teams of highly trained, qualified staff. Techclean understands the importance of data room cleaning and has been providing specialist technical cleaning services nationwide since 1983.
Our clients range from FTSE 100 companies through to smaller businesses and encompass all sectors of the market. Our service is adaptable for any job – big or small. We specialise in the cleaning of all types of IT equipment, including PC’s, laptops, tablets, printers, photocopiers, fax machines, scanners, telephones and other IT peripherals, as well as EPOS for retailers and ATM’s for banks.