Thousands of UK parents are having to lay their disabled children on dirty toilet floors in order to change their clothes.
These parents are unable to use standard loos to change their severely disabled youngsters because there is rarely space for a wheelchair. And they say standard baby-changing facilities are too small to accommodate older
Gom, the Dutch cleaning division of Facilicom is now using virtual reality (VR) to train its employees.
Emine Turksever, who is responsible for Gom training, explains: "Gom has successfully applied blended learning on a large scale since 2014. This mix of practical classes and e-learning is working well. This is evident from our pass rates.
Following a highly successful inaugural event in September 2016, the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2017 will be presented at a glittering gala dinner on November 9 at the Parco Dei Principi in Rome.
These prestigious awards recognise the high standards of excellence in the professional cleaning sector across Europe.
The awards, founded
Hospitals in a northern Indian city are replacing their white bed linen with rainbow-coloured alternatives.
Two government-run healthcare institutions in Gurgaon near New Delhi are to colour-code their sheets in a bid to improve cleanliness and hygiene.
"This is a simple and effective way of differentiating between used and fresh linen," said
London's reopened Design Museum selects Julius Rutherfoord as specialist cleaning and soft FM services provider18th of January 2017
London's Design Museum, which is set to become the world's leading museum of contemporary design and architecture as it reopens in a spectacular new location, has chosen Julius Rutherfoord as its specialist cleaning and soft FM services provider.
The museum's new home is in a landmark building from the 1960s in Kensington High Street, where it
Paul Wonnacott is managing director and president of Vectair Systems, specialist in washroom hygiene and aircare systems. He writes his latest blog for ECJ, on the subject of marketing.