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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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