We are GBAC-Certified
In our continued effort to consistently provide our customers with the highest level of service possible, many members of our Operations Team are now certified through GBAC (The Global Biorisk Advisory Council) with an emphasis on SARS-CoV-2/ COVID-19.
This training takes us a step forward in ensuring our disinfecting and sanitizing services offered through Wellness Clean™ meet the industry’s most up-to-date standards when it comes to the ongoing battle with COVID-19.
What is the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC)?
GBAC is a division of ISSA, the leading trade association association for the cleaning industry worldwide. GBAC is helps organizations and businesses prepare for, respond to, and recover from biological threats as well as biohazard situations and real-time crises.
Through their fundamentals course, our Operations Team are now certified Microbial Warriors with knowledge on preventative, response, infection and contamination control measures for known or potentially infectious disease outbreak situations.
GBAC trains workers to be Microbial Warriors™, arming cleaning professionals with the planning, knowledge and processes needed to respond to a biohazard crisis in the workplace.
GBAC-trained professionals bring increased value to their employers and customers because they demonstrate the competence to carry out their responsibilities and they have a commitment to the standards of excellence and continuous learning.
Value For Our Customers
- Partnering with a company certified through the world’s leading trade association Global Biorisk Division.
- Preventative, response, infection control, and contamination control measures to known or potential infectious disease outbreak situations. This section includes emphasis on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).
- Importance of proper cleaning and disinfection for health
- GBAC protocol for response and remediation
- Use of personal protective equipment (PPE), tools, and equipment
- Cleaners and disinfectants based on the EPA’s Emerging Viral Pathogens Guidance in the United States