SCIMEDICO COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Scimedico has fully deployed our COVID-19 Safety Protocols to the field
and is ready to service our customers in addressing this crisis. To review our protocals, please visit http://www.scimedico.com/covid-19
Scimedico PM Kit
Scimedico provides decontamination solutions for the clinical lab setting. Scimedico services are offered on a scheduled basis or on an emergency response HAZMAT basis. Decontamination utilizes the Scimedico 4-12 Decontamination Protocol. Links: brochure, download the white paper, see faq, or request a quote.
SCIMEDICO PM KIT SUMMARY
The Scimedico 4-12 Decontamination Protocol utilizes a layered decontamination procedure based on a defined process. The 4-12 protocol applies four primary steps with three sub-steps under each primary step. The Scimedico 4-12 process makes use of specific decontamination agents. The process follows a defined procedure and reporting format to deliver a standardized approach to staff and overall laboratory safety. See FAQ.
Does Scimedico offer an integrated decontamination solution?
Yes, Scimedico can propose integrated solution combining the right mix of services, the Scimedico PM Kit for end users, and emergency response decontamination in the case of a hazardous contamination.
What is the difference between the 4-12 and 2-6 protocol?
The Scimedico 4-12 protocol should be considered a "deep decontamination" and should be conducted based on customer requirements. The Scimedico 2-6 protocol provides a solution for shorter interval decontamination. Download White Paper or visit 4-12 FAQ.
What do the numbers stand for in the 4-12 protocol?
The Scimedico 4-12 protocol is based on a total of four primary steps and twelve sub-steps. For each primary step there are three sub-steps. The overall process is a layered decontamination procedure applied to establish a baseline of decontamination on the designated equipment or environment.
What do the numbers stand for in the 2-6 protocol?
The Scimedico 2-6 protocol is based on a total of two primary steps and six sub-steps. For each primary step there are three sub-steps. The overall process is a layered decontamination procedure applied to establish a baseline of decontamination on the designated equipment or environment.
Is there more detail on these Scimedico solutions?
Integrated Decontamination From Scimedico
Scimedico's decontamination solutions operate on an integrated basis to maximize lab hygiene and end user safety. Scimedico's services offer a "triangle" of protection for end users with the 4-12 protocol offered as a deep decontamination, the 2-6 protocol provided as standard decontamination, and the Scimedico PM Kit for use by staff.
4-12 DEEP DECONTAMINATION
The 4-12 PROTOCOL is offered based on customer requirements to address decontamination as the initial step in the process to establish a baseline. It is then applied at intermediate intervals to compliment the 2-6 protocol.
INCIDENCE RESPONSE SOLUTION
The 2-6 PROTOCOL is offered as the standard decontamination service. This offering should be considered for basic, scheduled services. The 2-6 is most effective as an integrated step when used with the 4-12.
THE ROLE OF THE END USER
The SCIMEDICO PM KIT puts the decontamination process in the hands of the end user! This tool is supported by the Scimedico "2X10X20" methodology for daily, weekly, and monthly cleaning by end users.
SCHEDULED RESPONSE SOLUTION
Scimedico C19 SCHEDULED RESPONSE is provided to Scimedico customers based on a scheduled decontamination procedure. Customers can select the 4-12 procedure or the 2-6 procedure.
INCIDENCE RESPONSE SOLUTION
Scimedico provides emergency or hazmat C19 INCIDENCE RESPONSE solutions for customers requiring emergency service based on a hazardous contamination. Request emergency service.
Clinical Response Summary
Offers customers decontamination services on a scheduled basis
Services are offered based on the Scimedico 4-12 Protocol or 2-6 Protocol
The Scimedico 4-12 Protocol should be selected as the initial decontamination procedure and then applied for intensive monthly or quarterly decontamination - visit 4-12 FAQ
The Scimedico 2-6 Protocol should be selected for standard decontamination procedure - visit 2-6 FAQ
Both the 4-12 and the 2-6 protocol are decontamination procedures applied to maintain effective hygiene levels in the designated environment
Each protocol is conducted in a layered approach, with each step building on the previous step
Scimedico recommends that service begin with the 4-12 protocol then reduce to the 2-6 protocol intervals based on customer requirements
Incidence Response Summary
Incidence response addresses a hazmat or contagion contamination within the lab or designated environment
A hazmat response is based on availability on the part of Scimedico
Hazmat decontamination applies the Scimedico 4-12 protocol with surface testing and results reporting
Hazmat decontamination, based on the situation, can include area based decontamination using Environment Systems to address the entire environment
The contamination space must be closed for use or closed off from staff access during the decontamination process
Scimedico recommends that environments treated based on hazmat protocols should not be in use for six to eight hours after service is concluded
Scimedico will conduct a pre-service coordination call prior to service delivery and reserves the right, based on conditions to decline service
Scimedico decontamination services are are based on the overall procedure Scimedico applies during preventive maintenance in support of the clinical lab. Scimedico decontamination applies the Scimedico 4-12 Decontamination Protocol conducted on every Scimedico PM.