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On the farm: the importance of hygiene around animals  

Petting farms are loved by both young and old alike and with spring on the horizon, animal attractions are preparing for an influx of visitors who are keen to get hands-on and learn more about their inhabitants.  However, it’s important to ...

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How universities can limit the spread of refreshers’ flu

Following a restful Christmas break, many students have already arrived back at university, ready to embark on ‘refreshers’ week’. Like freshers’ week, the first week of the spring term is usually a time for celebration. However, it can also bring ...

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Jangro unveils new Jangronauts website and introduces free-on-loan soap dispensers

Janitorial supplier, Jangro, has recently enhanced its innovative Jangronauts range with the introduction of new free on-loan soap dispensers to encourage and promote good hand hygiene amongst children, especially those in Key Stages 1 and 2. The website, Jangronauts.co.uk, has ...

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Hands-on hygiene

Good hand hygiene plays a crucial role in helping to reduce the spread of infections. Mike Sullivan, managing director of GOJO Industries-Europe Ltd explores the options at your fingertips Research shows that one out of four people who use the ...

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Keeping workers’ skin protected, and healthy

A structured skin care programme for the workplace should not only provide handwashing opportunities. Creams are as important if facility managers are to keep the skin of workers protected, and heathy. Paul Jakeway, marketing director at Deb, explains Whether it’s eating, ...

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New study flushes out washroom habits in the workplace

Initial Washroom Hygiene, has found that a third of UK workers admit to being on their smartphone while using the toilet, and almost one in 12 even consume food and drink there, leading to major concerns about the spread of ...

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