January 2016 sees the hosting of Cleaning Technology Week in Mumbai, India. This week-long programme of exhibitions and other events is being staged by the organisers of Clean India Pulire and takes place from January 17-23.
The highlight of Cleaning Technology Week, say the organisers, is the hosting of five exhibitions - Clean India Pulire, Car
Diversey Care recently announced the three winners of its second annual global hand hygiene competition. The contest, which raises awareness for the benefits of clean hands around the World Health Organization's (WHO's) World Hand Hygiene Day, encouraged individuals to submit photos of hands, including a short description on why those hands are
Better access to hand hygiene facilities and more hand washing 'cues' could help to improve hand hygiene in healthcare, according to researchers.
And increased knowledge about hand hygiene procedures plus a good example set by senior staff could also make a difference.
A team in Ireland examined various worldwide studies into hand hygiene to
Basic commodities like soap are still not being provided in toilets in all public hospitals in Ireland, according to a patients' group there. Janette Byrne of lobby organisation Patients Together said this was still the unfortunate reality at a time when millions are being spent on hospital cleaning services.
Figures released to The Irish Times
Following the first stages of judging, the finalists for the 2015 Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards in the UK have been announced - a total of 88 from 46 companies. The awards recognise excellence in cleaning service provision.
The finalist companies are:
C E Facilities Services
CAM Specialist Support
A portable plastic box decorated with smiling frogs and a bright green logo could help prevent thousands of people in Cambodia from falling sick with diarrhoea, claim its developers.
The sink, which has the appearance of a toy, dispenses up to 15 litres of water through a low-flow spout. It can be placed at a height easily reachable by children