Coronavirus health and  Safety guidance

At SKEP Home Safety is our #1 priority!  We recommend that all our platform users follow the WHO Guidelines and Ontario Government Resources to prevent COVID-19 in the Workplace.

 

In order to continue to provide you with the exceptional cleaning service you’ve come to expect, we have implemented the Safety Standard which highlights all of the steps we are taking to make every booking as safe as possible for our community.

 

Providing guidance to the cleaners and homeowner about safety measures, such as recommending them:

 

Health And Safety Tips - Cleaners

Health and safety tips for cleaners

 

  • Most importantly, Do not accept bookings if you are feeling sick.
  • Use PPE kit and Masks.
  • Sanitize the tools and supplies before and after every cleaning.
  • Cover your mouth and nose during the booking.
  • Check and provide their temperature readings in the app before starting cleaning.
  • Stay home if they are not feeling well.
  • Accept payment using our app.
  • Maintain 6-feet distance from the homeowners.
  • Leave your shoes outside the house.
  • If possible open the doors and windows to improve ventilation.
  • Wash your hands when you arrive at home.
  • Ask homeowner to maintain distance from you.
Health And Safety Tips - Homeowners

Health and safety tips for homeowners

 

  • Stay at home and avoid booking a cleaning
  • Avoid scheduling cleaning services if you are feeling sick.
  • Cancel the bookings we you are not feeling well
  • Cover your mouth and nose during the cleaning service.
  • If possible sit in a separate room with your family, kids and pets
  • Open the window of your room to improve ventilation
  • Maintain 6-feet distance from the cleaner
  • Avoid handshake with the cleaner and rather greet with a smile.
  • Avoid booking a cleaner if anyone in the home is not well.
  • Clean the vacuum cleaner and other supplies after use, if provided to the cleaner.
  • Make payment using our app.
Health And Safety Tips - Homeowners

We’re reminding everyone who uses Skep to follow advice from public health authorities. For more information, visit the World Health Organization website.