- TSCU can travel almost anywhere for Norovirus cleanup
- We comply with all provincial and federal regulations and protocols to keep you and your environment safe.
- TSCU provides on-site estimates and can begin work immediately.
Noroviruses are a group of viruses that cause viral gastroenteritis, also known as acute non-bacterial gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Noroviruses are transmitted by fecal-oral contamination through water and food vehicles, and by person-to-person transmission. Pollution of shellfish waters and poor personal hygiene are also common contributing factors.
Norovirus outbreaks are especially common in confined spaces like military camps, cruise ships, nursing homes, hospitals and schools. Several outbreaks, including outbreaks on cruise ships, have made headline news in recent years.
Noroviruses can survive for days on surfaces causing epidemics. In order to break the cycle of infection, our intensive cleaning protocols of super-sanitizing all contaminated surfaces are implemented.
TSCU technicians have the ability to travel almost anywhere on short notice to deal with and clean up emergency norovirus outbreaks.
Norovirus Outbreak Prevention from TSCU
We are also available for consultation to help you implement an Outbreak Prevention Plan and provide hands-on training in correct preventative techniques for your employees.
Get in contact with us to schedule your cleanup or consultation today.