Create a Re-Opening Plan with Confidence
Updated: Nov 18, 2020
Getting back to the clinic, the school, the gym, or the salon can be daunting, but many businesses feel confident in choosing to Re-Open with Briotech. Below we help navigate guidance we get from our trusted authorities such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Environmental Health & Safety (EHS), and the Media. We walk through how to choose a best-in-class Disinfectant for your Re-Opening plan, including important notes to consider, such as reviewing a product's Safety Data Sheet and the known hazards and/or side effects, which will inform on what routine spray pattern is best for your business. Not only is following the stated guidance key to building confidence in your Re-Opening plan but also by ensuring minimal operational disruption from your routine spray pattern is achieved by selecting the right Disinfectant for your business.
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EPA LIST N REGISTERED BRIOTECH SANITIZER + DISINFECTANT
Briotech Multi-Surface Sanitizer has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) on hard, non-porous surfaces. Therefore, Briotech Multi-Surface Sanitizer can be used against COVID-19 when used in accordance with the directions for use against Feline calicivirus, Strain F-9 (norovirus surrogate) on hard, non-porous surfaces. EPA Registration #93108-1. Click here to visit EPA Disinfectants for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Disclaimer: Briotech aligns with the FDA's FAQ:
A. Wash your Hands, Cover your Nose & Mouth, and Social Distance & Avoid Crowds.
A: Currently there are no data showing that spraying people with aerosolized disinfectants, or having people walk through tunnels or rooms where disinfectant is in the air, can treat, prevent, or lower the spread of COVID-19...and Human antiseptic drugs, such as hand sanitizers, are intended for use on human skin, but are not intended for aerosolization."
Therefore, Briotech is not suggesting to spray our product on people as a means of preventing the spread of COVID-19. In addition, List N Disinfectant claims only apply to the surface-types that can be accepted by the EPA, currently the EPA does not consider air as a surface type. Briotech R&D into future environmental uses such as new surface types like air is in-process and therefore does not have the authority to make efficacy claims on these surfaces at this time. The intention of this pamphlet is to remind the consumer to be mindful of listed hazards and side effects of a surface disinfectant before they embark on a heavy routine spray pattern in their Re-opening plan.
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