By now, it should be common knowledge that all responsible business owners, commercial property owners, as well as residential property owners, should have housekeeping foremost in their minds. And should they fall short of the mark, they should only have themselves to blame, and bear the brunt of the consequences. But as far as the health services sector is concerned, quite a different set of rules apply.
And these rules are usually legislated for. It is a matter of law. And should any small stakeholder be caught red-handed, let’s just say that there could be hell to pay. No responsible private medical practitioner can merely just hire the help. It would make more business sense for said practice to contract in specialist medical cleaning richmond va work. This is work for the long-term for however long the practice runs.
It should always be a case of expending itself as far as possible in regard to keeping doctors’ rooms clean, tidy and, most importantly, as hygienically clean as possible. Needless to say that there would be consequences for not abiding by the proverbial housekeeping rules. And indeed, this would also be a risk management principle in the health services sense. Because should said rooms be found wanting, it goes beyond mere dusty carpets and untidy desks.
True be it that patients’ lives will be at risk. Civil lawsuits and government clamp-downs will ensue should a single life be injured, never mind lost. And it is not small change, let it be said. Malpractice suits could run in the millions and the country is famous for its court record in favor of the plaintiff. Finally, there will never be another time like it. Because this is the time of the virus.