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This is the sort of story that may leave you feeling slightly ill after your breakfast - a study which suggests one in six mobile phones is contaminated with faecal matter.
Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Queen Mary, University of London took nearly 400 samples from mobile phones and hands in 12 British
In this article Diversey's Pedro Chidichimo writes about the importance of protecting the lives of employees, which are one of the most important assets of any company. Based on his experience and market insights, he observes that risk management of people is a leadership responsibility that is best leveraged through 5 key areas, from walking the
Commuter rail passengers in the Netherlands will now have access to emergency plastic bags if they are caught short while travelling.
Dutch National Railways is equipping its toilet-free trains with bags designed specifically for holding urine for those passengers who are unable to wait.
Company spokesman Edwin van Scherrenburg described the
Haaga now becomes part of the Algo Company Group, which comprises nine companies based in Germany, Austria, Malta and Russia. It employs 390 staff and reported a
Emergency patients receiving treatment on trolleys or chairs in corridors are at greater risk of contamination from the hands of hospital staff, a new study has shown.
The study revealed that healthcare professionals are far less likely to wash their hands - an essential element of infection control - when the patient is not actually in a
Sealing a business deal with a handshake could be a thing of the past after a leading scientist claims we should keep our hands to ourselves to prevent the the spread of infectious diseases like flu.
Nathan Wolfe, a virus expert at Stanford University in California, suggests we should use a "safe shake" like touching elbows or follow the example