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Hand sanitisers are becoming increasingly widely used as the public’s fear of becoming ill grows higher with each new health scare. However, a recent study has linked the use of hand sanitisers to an increased risk of Norovirus. So are sanitisers a good substitute for soap and water, or aren’t they?
Suddenly, hand sanitisers are being
ECJ reports on a state-of-the-art technology aimed at improving hand hygiene compliance and standardising technique in applications such as healthcare.
The numerous studies that have taken place worldwide can now leave us in no doubt about the key role hand hygiene has to play in safeguarding us from infection and cross-contamination - whatever
Is it possible to come up with a slip-resistant hard floor system that produces a high shine, is cheap to maintain and is also hard to damage? Ann Laffeaty asks manufacturers what products they offer that come close to having it all.
A hard floor in an office, airport, hospital or department store can have any number of benefits. For example its
Clive Damonze, chairman of the National Contract Cleaners Association (NCCA) of South Africa, offers ECJ an exclusive overview of the contract cleaning sector in this rapidly-developing country.
The National Contract Cleaning Association of South Africa (NCCA) continues to grow from strength to strength and next year (2012) we celebrate our 25th
A shadowy ‘new age’ economy is prospering on the backs of legitimate businesses, run by IT-savvy criminal entrepreneurs who ply their furtive trade over the net. Hartley Milner reports on the growing menace of cybercrime.
Attacks on computer systems, industrial espionage and theft of company secrets are a growing headache for
What do customers most want from a washroom hygiene dispenser? ECJ asks manufacturers their views.
Today’s washroom dispensers offer a number of important features and benefits for the customer. Some are lockable to prevent the contents from being stolen; others limit the amount of paper or soap being used. Meanwhile, tight housings and