German reporter Thomas Schulte-Marxloh takes a look at new business potential for the cleaning sector in healthcare.
Today hospitals and surgeries are challenged more and more by increasing demands or certifications – also in terms of hygiene – which require significant investments in terms of personnel and technology. Outsourcing of
The December edition of the ECJ newsletter has just been published - featuring stories about French public toilets, talking train lavatories and hand hygiene.
A window cleaner died after falling off his ladder, resulting in a court case, writes Christian Bouzols.
An accident has been tried by the local criminal court of Saint-Malo following the death of a window cleaner who fell off his ladder.
Nobody saw or heard anything that day inside a superstore near Saint-Malo, in Brittany. While he was
ECJ editor Michelle Marshall talks to Dr Ilham Kadri - president of the Diversey Care division of Sealed Air - about the company’s rebranding, her views on the professional cleaning sector, and sustainability.
Dr Ilham Kadri was appointed as president of the Diversey Care division of Sealed Air at the beginning of 2013 - a newcomer to the
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK has awarded accreditation to Rentokil-Initial’s in-company training course Hygiene Within our Environment.
The RSPH is the oldest public health body in the world, an independent organisation dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing. Its
Talking toilets have been introduced on some UK trains in order to help tackle the problem of blocked loos.
Once the user has locked the lavatory door on certain Virgin Trains, a pre-recorded message entreats: "Please don't flush nappies, sanitary towels, paper towels, gum, old phones, unpaid bills, junk mail, your ex's sweater, hopes, dreams or