Infection Control Services

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Covid 19 Response

The spread of the COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has impacted us all, but our certified and highly trained team is here to help. This respiratory virus is believed to be transmitted through droplets from an infected person (some of whom show no symptoms) when they sneeze, cough or sometimes just speak. The droplets can land on surfaces, where a recent study by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases found that the virus could be detected on surfaces for several days afterward. The virus could spread if a person touches a contaminated surface and then touches their mouth, eyes or nose with their contaminated hands.

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  • Fire Departments, Police Stations & Paramedic facilities
  • Medical / Dental
  • Offices
  • Schools / Daycares
  • Condominiums
  • Residential
  • Community Centres
  • Funeral Homes
  • Gyms
  • Commercial / Industrial
  • Apartment Buildings / Complex
  • Government Owned Buildings
  • Group Homes
  • Retail Stores & Malls

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One of the most common losses we are called upon to restore, water damage can appear as a small stain on a ceiling or can extend to an entire home or business including contents.

At Leda, our professionals are certified in water-damage restoration by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) – the industry standard. This means in-depth and continued training on the proper handling of water-related repairs which is important to minimize damage to property and contents.

How We Can Help

  • Emergency mitigation
  • Property & contents assessment
  • Water extraction
  • Antimicrobial treatment
  • Turbo drying & dehumidifying
  • Contents packing & removal
  • Contents cleaning & storage
  • Building restoration

Leda Restoration’s Novel Coronavirus Cleaning Process

1) Risk Assessment & Proposal

Our team will contact you for an initial assessment of your facility and needs. Following a site inspection, a written proposal will be put forward for your approval.

2) Deep Cleaning & Application of Disinfectant

Once the proposal has been approved our highly trained and IICRC certified technicians will attend, perform a pre bio-test (ATP) and apply a hospital grade pre-disinfectant to all high contact points via a foaming application of a Health Canada approved product which contains surfactants – this foaming process allows for proper dwell time to meet the disinfectants label. This is followed by a deep cleaning process, and then a final application of disinfectant using a ULV fogger and/or electrostatic sprayer.

3) Post Assessment & Residual Anti-Microbial Shield Application

Following the cleaning and application of disinfectants, a post bio-test (ATP) is completed. As an added measure of protection, we also offer application of a residual Microbial Shield which is designed to improve infection control practices. This enhances standard cleaning procedures with a long lasting antibacterial surface treatment. This works with our infection control practices to provide protection in-between regular disinfecting.


What Now?

One of the first steps, and a very important one, that is often overlooked or completed improperly is the drying process. In the case of heavy water loss, dehumidifiers and turbo driers should be brought into the building to aid in the removal of the water and/ or water vapour. This equipment must be allowed to remain long enough to properly dry out the structure of the building. Once the property has been thoroughly checked with moisture detection equipment and brought to a dry standard, the restoration process may begin.

When restoring heavy water damage it is important to decontaminate all surface areas that may activate microbial growth. Microbial growth can begin within 48 hours of the initial loss and may pose a health risk, especially to children, the elderly and anyone who suffers from lung complications. If the damage was caused by contaminated water, as in a sewer backup, the risks rise dramatically.

Using moisture-detection equipment Leda’s professionals are able to locate trapped moisture that would not otherwise be visible. All surfaces can then be properly assessed, and if necessary treated with antimicrobials or mildewcide. With the proper equipment and techniques health problems and odors can be avoided.

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