Medical staff who perform terminal disinfection routines do not know the rules of efficient operation of the devices, such as the relationship between power vs. time of use, acting only on directly irradiated surfaces, without counting the reflection coefficient for shaded surfaces.
There is no traceability on disinfection routines.
There is no safety protocol for users and people who may accidentally come into contact with the devices during operation.
Recording the operating time of the devices is made in a register, this creates inefficiencies and raises questions about the accuracy of the completed data (all cleaning cycles must be summed up to the 9,000-12,000 hours, depending on the lifespan of the installed UVC sources)
The operator sets an operating time, usually 15 minutes per room, which has no scientific basis or efficiency behind it.