Public Transportation

Examples of invisible organic residues include saliva and respiratory droplets, vegetable and grain starch, leafy vegetable residue, fecal matter contamination, fats and oils, and animal protein residue

Buses, trains, and subways are the world’s most popular modes of transportation. But when people are worried about contagious disease, they are the first places they want to avoid. To get people back on public transport, SafetySpect’s CSI-D systems are designed to keep passengers safe and build their confidence without slowing down the schedule. Built to work for public transportation needs, they quickly manage risks, identify future hazards, and confirm that all surfaces are safe to touch.

Detect, Disinfect, and Document:

  • Ticket Kiosks
  • Doors and Entryways
  • Storage Compartments
  • Seating
  • Handrails
  • Restrooms and Lavatories
  • Station Waiting Areas and Restrooms