“Hard work won’t kill you,” the saying goes. Well, it might actually. Working long hours can be very bad for your health and trigger a stroke or bring on a heart attack. So why do we do it, asks Hartley Milner.
In Japan, they have a word for it – karoshi, which translates as ‘death by overwork’. And every year,
Most customers consider factors such as price, size, ergonomics and ease of use when choosing a sweeper. But how far should the type of debris that needs to be swept away influence their purchasing decision?
Sweepers are basically an industrial-sized version of a broom, which means their job is to sweep away loose dust and coarse dirt from
Nowhere is hand hygiene more important than in the food industry. But most food poisoning outbreaks are caused by negligence or ignorance and a failure to implement good practice. Holchem’s Darren Saunders writes for ECJ.
A knowledgeable and motivated workforce that understands its responsibilities is the key to safe food production.
Paul Jakeway, marketing director at skin care and hand hygiene expert Deb explains how a fully integrated skin care programme can protect cleaning professionals from occupational skin disorders, such as dermatitis, and keep their skin healthy.
Cleaning professionals are unsung heroes in every company. Without them floors would be sticky, carpets
In order to compete for larger contracts, smaller suppliers need to drive targeted sales campaigns that reach the right people with the right product, at the right price, at the right time. And all this on a lower budget than their bigger counterparts. But correct use of data and technology could be the answer, writes Paul Black, ceo of sales-i
What type of cleaning trolley would you use in a hospital? An office? Or a hotel? Ann Laffeaty looks at the different trolley requirements for various environments and find out which works best where – and why.
All cleaning trolleys have a number of features in common. They have wheels, they have a handle, they have storage space….