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When choosing a new provider for outsourced facilities management (FM), 65 per cent of FM managers feel it is important to have one organisation managing all the different elements of service provision.
That's according to research conducted on behalf of facilities services specialist Grosvenor Services, which highlights there is a growing
Lynne Goodman, marketing and PR director at Hand Dryers UK, looks ahead to Global Handwashing Day, which this year takes place on October 15 - in her latest blog for ECJ.
Dyson is claiming a breakthrough with a new intelligent robot vacuum capable of 'seeing' its environment and tracking down dirt.
Other robot vacuums feel their way blindly around an environment and may miss patches of dirt as a result, according to Dyson.
The Dyson 360 Eye tracks its position and builds up a detailed floor plan to enable it to
Infections and viruses can be spread from a single office door handle to more than half the workforce in just two hours, new research has found.
And disinfectant wipes and regular hand washing are the best ways of preventing bugs from spreading further, say experts.
Researchers planted a harmless bug with similar properties to Norovirus on a
Background checking of cleaners is increasingly becoming standardised practice within the industry with companies seeking to ensure that their cleaners have been ‘vetted’ prior to starting work. But why are such checks deemed necessary? Eamon Jubbawy of Onfido, an employment screening firm offering a data driven platform for employers,
How do the kitchen staff of an exclusive restaurant keep their hands, surfaces and equipment clean and hygienic throughout the entire service shift? Ann Laffeaty talks to Brett Graham, head chef at The Ledbury – a Michelin-starred London restaurant with a five-star hygiene rating – to discover how it is done.
Hygiene is of paramount