MARKHAM, ON, MAY 25, 2020/insPRESS/ – As Ontario wades into the recovery phase, STER-OL Infection Control is providing assistance to businesses and medical facilities as they begin to reopen to the public. They have partnered with AssessMed, a leader in independent medical examination (IME) services, to singularly focus on safety solutions for frontline workers by disinfecting beyond provincial standards.
STER-OL Infection Control (a part of the TOMI Environmental Solutions Network) provides complete decontamination services using a product called SteraMist®, which utilizes Binary Ionization Technology® (BIT™). The product is being used worldwide in the healthcare, commercial (retail, manufacturing, hospitality, etc.), transportation and residential sectors. The solution is 7.8% Hydrogen Peroxide that converts to Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide after passing through an atmospheric cold plasma arc, leaving no odours or residues behind. SteraMist® has also been proven to safely reprocess PPE equipment up to five times allowing for more PPE to be readily available to frontline workers, while conserving the dollars spent.
“We can safely disinfect any surface area, building or vehicle with minimal downtime. AssessMed is going beyond the provincial requirements to ensure safety as they begin to see patients again by adding new preventive measures to their protocols around social distancing, PPE usage and disinfection,” explains Peter Sandica, President and CEO of STER-OL Infection Control. “They are a great example of how we should be thinking when reopening to the public, and these new protocols should not only be taken in healthcare, but in other sectors as well. By protecting staff, business owners are directly contributing to public safety and helping to lead us further down a path of recovery. STER-OL Infection Control aims to enable these leaders and their teams to support Canadians by providing sustainable solutions.”