24-Hour Emergency Response and Infection Control Services In North America

We helped universities, healthcare institutions, and businesses fight SARS. Now we’re ready for COVID-19.

A & O Contracting Inc. is an IICRC certified disaster restoration company with extensive experience in Infection control and Biohazard cleanup in healthcare facilities.

We've Already Been Performing COVID-19 Cleanup & Disinfecting At Numerous Facilities

We have performed COVID-19 cleaning and disinfecting at Orchard Villa Retirement Residence and Holland Christian Homes

COVID-19 Cleaning Projects In Action

Infection Prevention and Control Program

Our workers are certified in infection control procedures and the use of proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Along with the experts in the field of environmental sciences, we have developed protocols for infection control, preventative cleaning, and decontamination.

Our Experience For Your Benefit

Using the experienced we gained from similar outbreaks such as SARS in 2003, and our in-depth experience in working with healthcare facilities, we can provide the most comprehensive cleaning and decontamination services for our clients.

Be Proactive & Prevent An Outbreak Before It Happens

Facilities with a high risk of contamination such as hospitals, universities, schools, and other public spaces can reduce the risk of transmission of the virus by being proactive in cleaning and disinfecting. If your facility had a recent exposure of 2019-nCoV, it is essential that proper decontamination is carried out before it is repopulated.

Our Procedures

Once exposed, the building should be evacuated as soon as possible. We use proper containment to isolate the suspected area to prevent the spread into other areas. Our environmental experts will then assess the area. A project-specific decontamination plan will then be created to address the specific need for each facility.

The management and the stakeholders will be kept informed at every step of the way. We have state of the art reporting systems that can automatically update on our progress.

How Does The Virus Get Around?

Droplets carrying the virus can settle onto horizontal surfaces, which can then be transmitted to people via surface contact. Door handles, light switches, elevator switches, handrails, and escalator rails are also high-risk areas. The virus is believed to be able to survive and be contagious for up to 9 days at room temperature.

Frequent Disinfection

Disinfection of surfaces is therefore recommended if a person exhibiting symptoms comes into contact with them. Increasing the frequency of cleaning in public places can help manage the spread of infection.