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Ill? Keep the germs at home!

With three strains of flu currently making their way around the UK, this year has so far seen record levels of sickness in the workplace. In far too many cases, sick employees still attempt to make it into work, particularly ...

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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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Staying hot on hygiene

Infection control, and maintaining a high standard of hygiene, are of paramount importance for any professional premises. The increase of workplace showering facilities in recent years has added a new consideration for cleaning and hygiene specialists in these environments, and ...

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Harness the healing power of a ‘touch screen’

Door furniture – from pull handles when exiting the washroom to push plates when entering the staff canteen – can be a smorgasbord of germs. Dave Carson of P-Wave explains how high-tech, low-maintenance covers can combat the spread of illnesses ...

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Create an active 72 hour kill zone with Crebisol

iVo Group launches Crebisol in the UK. A new generation biocidal solution that is both an extremely effective cleaner, and is certified to kill MRSA, Norovirus and C-Diff. Log 8+ reduction against MRSA, fully effective against Norovirus spores, and the ...

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The TEAL Task Force on the road this winter

To support infection control departments and facilities managers, a unique, fast-response service – the TEAL Task Force (TTF) – has been created to help tackle medical emergencies this winter. TEAL Patents –the world’s leading manufacturer of portable, hot water, hand ...

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