P&G Skilled develops a brand new cleansing information for drivers with Lyft
P & G Professional's partnership with Lyft provides cleaning and disinfection products for drivers
P&G Professional Companies that use the absence division of Procter & Gamble, has announced a partnership with Lyft Providing driver cleaning and disinfecting products for use under the Lyft health safety program.
The newly announced Clean Ride Guide, created in collaboration with P&G Professional and medical experts at the University of Tennessee's Health Science Center (UTHSC), recommends riders use Spic and Span All-Purpose Disinfectant Spray and Glass Cleaner and Microban for cleaning and cleaning 24 Professional to use Disinfect your vehicles as an additional protective layer against COVID-19. The known products can be found on the EPA-approved products in List N for use against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
As part of Lyft's health safety program, drivers and drivers must not only keep their vehicles clean, but also agree to wear face covers throughout the journey, keep windows open and not drive if they have COVID-19 or have similar symptoms, according to recommendations the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
"As people across America continue to use Lyft, we pride ourselves on bringing products to drivers that help create a clean and sanitized space for themselves and their passengers," said Paul Edmondson, Vice President North America P. & G Professional. "By using well-known, trusted brands like Spic and Span and Microban 24 Professional as part of their health safety program, Lyft drivers and drivers can feel more comfortable on their next trip."
The ride-sharing cleaning process provides drivers with guidance on how to effectively disinfect their vehicles, including step-by-step instructions for surfaces such as door handles, seat belts, floor mats, steering wheels, center consoles and common spaces such as partitions.
"Drivers continue to use Lyft as a flexible source of income, and we are committed to providing them with the information they need to protect themselves against COVID-19," said Angie Westbrock, vice president of global operations and head of Lyft's COVID-19 response task force .
“We are constantly looking for ways to build on our health security program to make the Lyft community feel as safe and comfortable as possible. We hope that our unique partnership with P&G Professional and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will benefit both drivers and drivers during this time. "
In a recent survey by P&G Professional, more than a third of respondents (37 percent) are extremely concerned about COVID-19, and a majority said they would patronize a company if they knew the cleaning brands they used and trust them business (70 percent).