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 Norovirus Cleanup Poster PDF

The Norovirus Cleanup Poster is a labor law posters poster by the Florida Department Of Economic Opportunity. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Economic Opportunity.

This poster provides steps and instructions on how the properly clean and disinfect Norovirus in the event of an incident.


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Clean-up and Disinfection for
Norovir us (“Stomach Bug”)	
THESE DIRECTIONS SHOULD BE USED TO RESPOND TO ANY VOMITING OR DIARRHEA A\
CCIDENT	
   1    Clean up
  a.  Remove vomit or diarrhea right away!
    •  Wearing protective clothing, such as disposable gloves, apron and/or mask, wipe up   
       vomit or diarrhea with paper towels
    •  Use kitty litter, baking soda or other absorbent material on carpets and upholstery 
       to absorb liquid; do not vacuum material: pick up using paper towels 
    •  Dispose of paper towel/waste in a plastic trash bag or biohazard bag
  b.  Use soapy water to wash surfaces that contacted vomit or diarrhea and al\
l nearby   
              high-touch surfaces, such as door knobs and toilet handles\
  c.  Rinse thoroughly with plain water
  d.  Wipe dry with paper towels
     DON’T STOP HERE:	 GERMS CAN REMAIN ON SURFACES EVEN AFTER CLEANING!	
   2     Disinfect surfaces by applying a chlorine bleach solution
 
  a.  Prepare a chlorine bleach solution
  b.  Air dry surfaces unlikely to have food or mouth contact 
                or…
  c. Rinse all surfaces intended for food or mouth contact with plain water b\
efore use
   3    Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water 
    	
Steam cleaning may be preferable for carpets and upholstery. Chlorine bleach could permanently stain these.	
• Remove and wash all 
  clothing or fabric that 
  may have touched 
  vomit or diarrhea
• Machine wash these 
  items with detergent, hot water 
  and bleach if recommended, 
  choosing the longest wash cycle 
• Machine dry	
Note:  Anything that has been in contact with vomit and diarrhea should be discarded or disinfected.	
Make bleach solutions fresh daily; keep out of reach of children; never mix bleach solution with other cleaners	
Facts about 
Norovirus
Norovirus is the leading cause 
of outbreaks of diarrhea and 
vomiting in the US, and it spreads 
quickly. 
Norovirus spreads by contact with 
an infected person or by touching 
a contaminated surface or eating 
contaminated food or drinking 
contaminated water. Norovirus 
particles can even float through the 
air and then settle on surfaces, 
spreading contamination
Norovirus particles are extremely 
small and billions of them are in 
the stool and vomit of infected 
people.
Any vomit or diarrhea may contain 
norovirus and should be treated as 
though it does.
People can transfer norovirus to 
others for at least three days after 
being sick.
 	
Hand sanitizers may not be effective against norovirus	
IF CLOTHING OR OTHER 
FABRICS ARE AFFECTED...
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NEHA	
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For more information on norovirus prevention, please see http://www.cdc.gov/norovirus/preventing-infection.html. Scientific experts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevent\
ion (CDC) helped to develop this poster.	
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1	1
GALLON	
    IF POROUS SURFACES ARE AFFECTED…	
e.g., wooden floors or unsealed concrete or 
natural stone surfaces	
CONCENTRATION ~5000 ppm	
GALLON WATER	
1 2/3	
CUPS BLEACH	
1
CUP
2/3
CUP	
+	
1	1
GALLON	1/3
CUP	1/3	
CUP BLEACH
   IF HARD SURFACES ARE AFFECTED… 
e.g., non-porous surfaces, vinyl, ceramic tile, 
sealed counter-tops, sinks, toilets	
 	
CONCENTRATION ~1000 ppm	
GALLON WATER

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