A Protocol and Scope of Work should be individual per facility. All facilities have unique features that must be addressed in a particular manner. In other words, decontaminating a hospital is different than decontaminating a school. Further, no two schools are identical, and some schools may require additional measures. Decontaminating all facilities in the same manner leads to quality control deficiencies and inefficiency of resources.

Every facility has a unique set of decontamination demands. Developing a Site-Specific Scope is Critical.