The Coronavirus outbreak has filled our television screens and been the topic of conversation all around the world for the past month or so. With increasingly more outbreaks happening globally, it is... Read more
It’s quite shocking to believe that poor toilet hygiene actually spreads more E-coli than not washing your hands after handling raw meat but a recent study conducted by the Lancet Infectious... Read more
Promoting hand hygiene in the workplace is very important to minimise the spread of germs. Germs can easily be carried on the hands and transferred to other surfaces such as door handles and office... Read more
The workplace can be one of the worst places for germs to be spread if hygiene standards are not maintained. This can lead to increased risk of infections, which can result in staff having to take... Read more
Every one of us handles food on a daily basis. Hands are the primary carrier of disease-causing germs, meaning that effective handwashing is vitally important to remove potentially harmful germs and... Read more
It is very important for businesses to provide effective hand care solutions for employees that help to maintain hygiene standards and provide a caring environment for staff. In a number of... Read more
There are around 150 diseases that can be transferred from animals to humans. These are called Zoonotic diseases, which refers to any infectious disease that animals can spread to humans. These... Read more
Handwashing is one of the most effective ways of removing harmful germs from your hands. Unfortunately, the importance of hand hygiene is not always understood and can be often overlooked.
A recent... Read more
World Hand Hygiene Day is an annual event which aims to raise awareness about the importance of proper handwashing to prevent the spread of illness and infections. The day takes place on the... Read more
World Health Day has been held on the 7th April every year since 1950 and aims to raise awareness around global health issues. The day is sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Each year... Read more