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Oracle Park cleaning protocols

July 3, 2020

The Giants Maintenance Team is implementing the most stringent protocols for cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention at Oracle Park to protect the health and safety of all those working at the park during Spring Training and the 2020 regular season. They have created robust Sanitation Operation Procedures and are

The Giants Maintenance Team is implementing the most stringent protocols for cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention at Oracle Park to protect the health and safety of all those working at the park during Spring Training and the 2020 regular season. They have created robust Sanitation Operation Procedures and are working closely with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC), a division of ISSA, the world’s leading trade association for the cleaning industry.

Below are some of the following procedures and protocols being taken to maintain a clean and healthy environment at Oracle Park:

  • Maintenance has established sanitation checkpoints throughout the park and is tracking each check via 24/7 software, which allows for a time stamp of when the area is disinfected.
  • Electrostatic sprayers, which disinfect up to 54,000 square feet per hour, are being used throughout the park to disinfect multiple areas, including park entrances and lobbies, stairwells, restrooms, elevators, clubhouses, weight and training facilities, dining areas, press box, conference rooms, lockers, break rooms and offices.
  • Many of the items being disinfected and sanitized include: table tops; scanners; laptops; keyboards; mouse and mouse pads; printers; door handles and frames; magnetometers; gate and door keypads; chairs; counters; microwaves; refrigerators; water units; locker doors; benches; light switches; telephones; walkie talkies; toilet seats; toilet stall handles; sinks; paper, soap and seat cover dispensers; elevator buttons; and other touch points.
  • There are 42 hand-sanitizing stations located throughout the park.
  • Members of Oracle Park’s Maintenance Team have also received specialized COVID-19 training and accreditation on cleaning and disinfecting workspace areas and areas with large gatherings of people.