Sealed Air’s Diversey Care division has introduced a commercial hand care system which features the industry’s first hybrid automatic hand care dispenser with both touchless and manual activation.
A recent study published in the American Journal of Infection Control has shown that ‘electronic hand hygiene monitoring improves compliance with the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) five movements for hand hygiene recommendations’.
US based personal care company Kimberly-Clark recently launched an initiative in India that aims to repair dysfunctional toilets in 100 schools over five states in the country.
Wollongong based bakery Betta Maid has been fined $63,000 for breaching hygiene standards and selling unsafe food, reported The Sydney Morning Herald on 2 May 2016.
Researchers at a university in Israel have developed an anti-biofilm coating that has ‘significant anti-adhesive potential for a variety of medical and industrial applications’.
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University have found that the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) six-step hand washing technique is the best way to keep hands clean and prevent the spread of infection.
According to a recent survey by Kline & Company, growing awareness of hand hygiene is the reason that is driving the market for industrial and institutional hand care products in the US.
Ban proposed on the grounds of the ‘unreasonable and substantial risk of illness or injury the gloves pose to healthcare providers, patients and others who are exposed to them.’
Patients and staff at a Highland hospital in Scotland will be given hygiene training following a Norovirus outbreak, reported Kaye Nicolson on 18 March for stv news.
Managing director of Interclean Australasia, Bill Bassett, brought together people who are passionate about a higher level of clean at his most recent Cleaning Innovation and Benchmarking Conference
The controversial privatisation of so-called ‘hotel services’ at Royal North Shore (RNS) Hospital has ended with NSW Health reclaiming operation of the service currently provided by ISS Health Services
New research from the University of Southampton shows that copper can destroy MRSA spread onto surfaces by touch.