• Welcome to Clear Protect Group

    ***Clear Facilities - Merger Announcement***

    Effective 1st of November 2020

    Clear Facilities Limited becomes Clear Protect Group Limited

    Established in 2014, Clear Facilities Limited was recently merged with Sterico Services Limited to form the Clear Protect Group Limited. The group company now sits within a portfolio of businesses involved in asbestos remediation, demolition, property, industrial products and safety equipment.

     

    Operating in New Zealand and Australia, Clear Protect Group is a leader in the field of antimicrobial protection and delivers products and services to some of the world’s largest and most respected organisations.

     

    By preventing and controlling harmful pathogens in critical business environments, our innovative service programs protect people, facilities and brands. We focus on results-driven solutions that create safer, healthier work environments - better places to do business.

     

    Clear Protect Products

    Clear Protect Services

    What is antimicrobial protection?

    Clear Protect Group has been delivering antimicrobial protection services to major New Zealand organisations for over 5 years, using our exclusive Clear Protect range of products.

     

    Quite simply, antimicrobial protection is the control of harmful pathogens (or ‘germs’) in facilities. This includes the spread of germs within facilities, and between people and staff.

     

    A Clear Protect program can be thought of as an invisible shield providing an extra layer of protection for your organisation.

     

    Benefits to businesses include:

    • Protection (protecting staff and facilities against illness)
    • Managing Risk & Business Continuity (reducing risk around events that could cause business disruption, such as Covid-19)
    • Employee Health & Wellbeing (supporting other health and wellbeing initiatives - flu shots, healthy eating, fitness programs etc.)
    • Absenteeism (reducing absenteeism resulting from illness)