We’re helping to rebuild the learning environment for a post-pandemic world.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the school experience for students of every age, in radical, unexpected ways. In the midst of so much uncertainty, our education customers have looked to us for relief, guidance, and expertise.
Together, we share a singular goal: To create and maintain a safe environment for students, families, staff, faculty, and visitors.
best practices & experience
Before our team members enter any space, they complete rigorous training for:
We adhere to OSHA and CDC guidelines, together with industry best practices and the experience we’ve gained over more than 57 years.
the right technology
We use industry-leading technology to strengthen the bond between your expectations and our performance.
Our powerful, GPS-enabled software platform tracks the completion and quality of cleaning and disinfecting tasks in dormitories, classrooms, and other shared spaces with photo verification and time-stamping capabilities to validate performance.
Custom reporting can be configured and integrated with your existing Pandemic Readiness program for a steady flow of information.
All this means you’re better prepared to communicate your efforts and results, whether with select stakeholders or your entire educational community.
As the educational community returns to in-person learning, administrators and operations staff face a crucial opportunity: To convey a message of confidence and decisive action to the public.
Maintaining the confidence and trust of families will be key elements in attracting and retaining students.
To help our customers navigate heightened public expectations, our communications and outreach specialists work together with your staff to share information and co-branded messaging with your stakeholders, whether on a one-time or ongoing basis.
Connecting and communicating with you is important to us. We’re here when you need us, during the pandemic and beyond.
We draw from a powerful arsenal of disinfectants and equipment, including:
Of course, as new supplies and technology come to market, we continually evaluate them and make recommendations to improve efficiency and outcomes.
Absolutely. Our workforce completes WFF’s CDC compliance and campus-specific social distancing training. Onsite teams receive instruction from a WFF team leader who is trained and certified through the Global Bio-risk Advisory Council (GBAC).
In addition, before our team members enter any space on your campus, we makes sure they complete training for safe, effective practices, including:
Of course. As campus requirements shift, HES adapts.
Our education partners deserve flexibility, so we tailor staffing and productivity plans to your unique timing, spaces, and community.
Whether it’s changes in onsite space usage, fluctuating enrollment, or shifting priorities, we work with you to calculate and scale client service levels as part of our ongoing partnership.
HES is experienced in servicing contaminated spaces after Coronavirus exposure. Our trained teams follow industry best practices and CDC guidelines, including:
Stay up to date with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Right now, those recommendations include:
The CDC also recommends frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch objects and surfaces — a fundamental aspect of our Integrated Disinfecting Protocols. Ask us how we can help keep your campus community safer.