A new study from The University of Manchester in the UK has revealed that the incidence of dermatitis has increased 4.5 times in healthcare workers following increased hand hygiene as a drive to reduce infections such as MRSA has taken hold.
Researchers from the University's Institute of Population Health studied reports voluntarily submitted by
Cleaners in Egypt have caused untold damage to the burial mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamun after knocking off the blue and gold braided beard, then gluing it back on again.
The pharaoh's 3,300-year-old mask has been left permanently damaged after the relic was hastily stuck together using epoxy glue at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Dr Ilham Kadri, president of the Sealed Air Diversey Care business, writes her latest blog for ECJ. She focuses on the role of scientific innovation in overcoming challenges affecting the food service sector.
Employees and consumers are gaining greater influence over corporations’ behaviour thanks to a surge in e-commerce and social sharing. That's according to service provider Sodexo's 2015 Workplace Trends Report.
The study also reports a new form of public accountability, dubbed 'Rateocracy' is putting unprecedented pressure on companies to
Scientists in Germany believe they have discovered a new way of neutralising the norovirus.
They claim that treating contaminated surfaces with cold atmospheric pressure plasma (CAPP) may reduce the risk of transmitting the highly contagious virus, which causes stomach pain, nausea and diarrhoea.
Scientists made this discovery after treating a
EUnited Cleaning, the association of European cleaning machines manufacturers, has launched a new campaign called European Cleaning Days (ECD). The initiative aims to highlight the importance and the benefits of professional cleaning in areas like offices, hospitals, airports, train stations, etc.
Starting in May, the ECD also have the support of