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Office door handles have 30 times more bacteria than toilet seats 

Some areas of the average office can carry several hundred different contaminants and bacteria in just 10cm², according to new research from office furniture suppliers Furniture at Work. The research, in which Furniture at Work used a hygiene system commonly used in professional health environments, tested several ...

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Even when the sun is shining we are still in the middle of a storm

As Freedom Day brings “almost” normality to our restaurant and bar sector there are challenges to overcome. The good news is our clients have missed us almost as much as we have missed them. Former Institute of Hospitality CEO, Peter ...

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How Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of virus sanitisation

England’s recent ‘Freedom Day’ saw the majority of restrictions removed throughout the country, including the gradual return of workforces to offices, as the vaccination programme continues to make steady progress. However, as case numbers continue to rise, many employees remain ...

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Ground attack alone will not defeat drug-resistant bacteria

By Christian Hendriksen, Co-founder & CEO, Rensair In the battle against COVID, the biggest threat is transmission from inhaling airborne droplets, not from touching contaminated surfaces. Despite a campaign by the world’s leading aerosol scientists, atmospheric physicists and indoor-air researchers, ...

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L’Occitane calls on ICE Cleaning for virus sanitisation

Global beauty brand, L’Occitane, has partnered with ICE Cleaning to mitigate the spread of viruses and bacteria, including coronavirus, throughout its warehouse to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its employees at all times. With over 60 stores across the ...

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New data revealed to help improve safety and hygiene levels in high traffic bacteria hotspots

Nviro reveals drastic lessons need to be learned in cleaning processes across work settings and the education sector. Using state-of-the-art ATP testing, Nviro took over 1,200 swabs across schools in the UK, enabling them to identify areas which are commonly forgotten ...

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Probiotic surface cleanser could significantly reduce HAIs

A study into a major cause of hospital acquired infections (HAI) has begun. The work is exploring how contagion bacteria survive even deep cleans with chemical products and is evaluating a novel approach to reduce HAI through the use of ...

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phs Compliance launches coronavirus surface swab test

phs Compliance has launched a new coronavirus surface swab test as part of a range of measures to support businesses reopen safely as lockdown measures ease. The new surface testing service alerts businesses if their premises are contaminated by Covid-19 and helps ...

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How much bacteria is there in your office?

An unclean office doesn’t just make for an unpleasant working environment but can have serious ramifications on the health of all those spending time there. As the country prepares for a staggered return to work following the COVID-19 pandemic, issues ...

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Inivos launches new Workplace Infection Prevention Assessment

Infection prevention and control experts, Inivos, has launched its new Workplace Infection Prevention Assessment to identify and address contamination risks – including COVID-19. The assessment is designed to help business leaders in any sector ensure that their workplace is COVID-secure ...

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