Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges to businesses seeking to provide safety and reassurance to their staff and patrons are many, with seemingly few solutions on the horizon. One of the biggest challenges is maintaining your business operations, which comes with new sets of organizational demands that need to be met. SteriRight provides innovative solutions to help address critical PPE shortages and hard surfaces contamination with the goal of minimizing business interruption.
SteriRight is a Hamilton-based start-up backed by its parent company Bay Area Health Trust, which operates several businesses in the life sciences sector. Bay Area Health Trust is an example of a successful collaboration with its beneficiaries, including one of Canada’s largest hospital networks, Hamilton Health Sciences, and one of Canada’s most renowned research institutions, McMaster University. SteriRight was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges that came with it, namely the escalating need for personal protective equipment (PPE), and the establishment of a safe work environment.
SteriRight reduces the strain on supply chains for equipment with an innovative reprocessing procedure for critical PPE, specifically N95 masks. As the pandemic continues, businesses of all sizes are rethinking their operational needs. SteriRight also provides services to sanitize facilities in the wake of an active case to reduce business interruption, and as a preventative measure to keep the spread of the virus in check going forward. The leadership team at SteriRight has significant experience in the health care and life science industries. They are committed to serving the community by providing practical solutions to managing resources and safety during the pandemic.