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How to boost hand hygiene in a healthcare environment

For anyone working to provide cleaning services within a healthcare environment, it goes without saying hand hygiene should be top of mind. The truth is up to 80 per cent of infections are transmitted by hands; as soon as you ...

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SAF Cleaning brings local sparkle to keep award winning Hobbledown looking spotless

12 months of Mystery Shopper customer satisfaction reports verify that outstanding levels of hygiene and cleanliness are being achieved Hobbledown is one of the South East’s most successful children’s adventure parks and has won a string of 13 awards since ...

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The Disgusting Truth about jet air dryers

With nearly 95 per cent of adults not washing long enough to thoroughly clean the bacteria and viruses from their hands, Kimberly-Clark Professional has launched a new campaign The Disgusting Truth about jet air dryers which explains how they are forcing ...

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Making recycling work

More and more companies are looking to improve recycling at work, and cleaning firms need to support them. Cleanology takes things a step further, explains Dominic Pooniah, CEO of Cleanology, by actively encouraging clients to recycle, and training staff to ...

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Relieving the tension for window cleaners

On average a single workplace injury case can cost a business around £8,700 in lost time and medical fees, therefore it is hardly surprising that many companies are looking for ways to improve the general health of their workforce to ...

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Facilities Show 2018: Cleaning and FM Innovation

The largest event in the FM calendar champions professional excellence in the cleaning and FM sector. Facilities Show Brand Director, Chris Edwards shares key features of the show From 19th-21st June, cleaning and FM professionals from across the globe will ...

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The power of first impressions

­ The news is awash with stories about the travails of the restaurant sector – outlet closures and restaurant chains going into administration seem to be all that we can expect. And yet the British consumer is spending even more ...

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Providing a dignified and hygienic washroom experience for women

By Dr Peter Barratt, Technical Manager, Initial Washroom Hygiene Monday is Menstrual Hygiene Day, aiming to raise awareness around access to feminine hygiene facilities and products around the world. While ‘period poverty’ is a more severe problem in the developing ...

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Down to a fine art: Churchill cleans at the Royal College of Art

At the beginning of the year, Churchill Contract Services won a contract to provide cleaning services to the prestigious Royal College of Art (RCA). Placed as the top art and design university in the QS World Universities rankings for the ...

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The top sales challenges for cleaning supplies and service companies

By Paul Black, CEO of sales-i The cleaning industry was hit hard by the 2008 recession but now, a decade on, it’s back on the rise. According to the latest British Cleaning Council (BCC) industry report, the cleaning industry’s turnover ...

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