The desired success of infection control efforts and spending has been held back for many years by counterproductive processes and underutilized disinfectants. E-Mist Innovations announces the FACTS™ proper surface disinfection protocol as the first standard of guidelines that accurately anticipates the actual behavior of surface transferrable pathogens.

E-Mist Innovations has completed a year-long analysis of touch point surface infection control processes, agents, and technologies and has now published findings and recommendations within the FACTS™ proper surface disinfection protocol. As disappointing results continue to challenge infection control industry professionals and stakeholders, E-Mist Innovations is pleased to announce a protocol that is proving to be more effective, practical and financially favorable when executed properly.

FACTS™ is now available for distribution at no cost to infection control professionals and risk managers responsible for slowing or stopping the spread of sickness and infection via unhealthy surface touch points. Today, too many highly accessible surfaces remain unhealthy when attempting to stay ahead of the mobility of pathogens in real time. Additionally, with spray-and-wipe protocols in particular, crews fall short of achieving the designed effectiveness of most disinfectants and agents as well.

“What we discovered in our research is that there are plenty of common sense guidelines addressing surface disinfection, and a strong desire for better results, but none offer the guidance needed for real or proper results. The market needed help to better understand how to get organized around real time disinfection best practices in keeping touch points healthy, and to accomplish this without breaking the bank. Our contribution to the FACTS™ protocol and the development of agile infection control technologies in this fight are accomplishments we are very proud of.” George Robertson, CEO

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