Ambulance and Emergency Vehicle Cleaning
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With our RSPH certified technicians, you can be sure that you are in the safe hands of our experts
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Ambulances and other emergency vehicles can often require specialist cleaning and disinfection following exposure to biohazards such blood, vomit and other bodily fluids. Our Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) accredited technicians can provide our professional ambulance deep cleaning and emergency vehicle decontamination service. Rentokil Specialist Hygiene can also provide specialist disinfection services if a vehicle believed to be contaminated with Coronavirus.
Fast response disinfection if you have a confirmed or suspected Coronavirus case on your premises.
Our expert technicians are equipped with the necessary personal protective equipment, respiratory protective equipment and specialist disinfection equipment to work safely and effectively. Our professional vehicle deep cleaning and disinfection service focuses on decontaminating internal and external touch points, such as the steering wheel and door handles. Ultra Low Volume (ULV) disinfection fogging is used inside of the vehicle, and uses extremely small droplets of a disinfectant that can settle on top of and on the sides of inaccessible interior surfaces, that may not be reached using conventional interior cleaning methods.
Provided in the event of a confirmed or suspected case of Coronavirus within 72 hours of the case being reported.
We provide this service when there is a confirmed or suspected case of Coronavirus and your vehicle has been unused for 72 hours or more.
We can carry out a specialist disinfection cleaning service to help you maintain a high level of hygiene in your vehicle.
Biohazard decontamination cleaning services to help reduce the risk of infection from exposure.
Helping to prevent the spread of infection with our expert cleaning and disinfection services.