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UK-based wiping specialist Saul D Harrison has changed its trading name to Harrison Wipes.
The ownership and legal entity of the company is unaltered by this change, explained managing director Stephen Harrison. "The business decided it was time to ensure that our trading name should say what we do."
Many doctors and nurses don't like the idea of patients reminding them to clean their hands, a new study from Switzerland suggests.
Hand hygiene has become a major goal of healthcare facilities around the world, and patients are often encouraged to become involved in system-wide changes to promote hand washing, researchers said.
"Hand hygiene is
Our correspondent Petra Sjouwerman reports from Denmark, where a Danish municipality takes the lead in the fight against physical burn-out.
Tough competition in the cleaning sector has forced cleaners to swing the mop faster than ever. This is also the case for cleaners working for municipalities - in Denmark amongst the biggest clients on the
The French Cleaning Federation is organising a conference focusing on the issues surrounding part-time working, reports ECJ's Christian Bouzols.
As the country returns to work, the French Cleaning Federation (Fédération des Entreprises de Propreté - FEP) is happy that its proposals to hold a conference about part-time working
ECJ editor Michelle Marshall speaks to Keith Baker, director of European services at industry trade association ISSA, about the changing role of the distributor in today’s marketplace and opportunities for the future.
Keith Baker has spent virtually his entire career in the cleaning and hygiene industry. He worked for a major chemicals
Andrew Large, executive vice president of the World Federation of Building Service Contractors, will give the opening presentation at the forthcoming World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) International Congress in Curitiba, Brazil from October 10-14.
Large will provide an overview of the Cleaning for Health Project launched by