Window cleaning - best practice for safety

7th of July 2014
Window cleaning - best practice for safety

Darran Yates, operations director for the windows and industrial division of UK cleaning and FM specialist In Depth Managed Services, outlines best practice at one of the country’s largest teaching hospitals.

As one of the UK’s leading teaching hospitals, Leeds General Infirmary has an international reputation for its expertise in a

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Window cleaning - water or chemicals?

4th of July 2014
Window cleaning - water or chemicals?

Window cleaning used to be something of a craft in which specialists on ladders would work hard to produce a streak-free finish using a detergent solution and a sgueegee. But factors such as speed, efficiency, safety and sustainability have become increasingly important and perhaps even more valued than craftsmanship.

Enter the water-fed pole

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Altering hand washing behaviour

4th of July 2014
Altering hand washing behaviour

We are constantly being reminded of the role that hand hygiene plays in preventing the spread of illness. But studies show that many people – even those working in hygiene-critical industries – are still failing to wash their hands as often as they should.

So why is this the case? Hand hygiene and behaviour change experts gave their

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Wiping for safety

27th of June 2014
Wiping for safety

Cloths and wipers are usually considered to be a relatively unimportant part of the industrial, mechanical, healthcare and food manufacturing process. As long as a cloth or wiper is close to hand when a mess needs cleaning up, this is usually considered to be a sufficient contribution to the smooth running of a workplace.

But a humble wiper can

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Cleaning chemicals - the case for dilution systems

25th of June 2014
Cleaning chemicals - the case for dilution systems

A chemical dispensing system may require some initial outlay, but manufacturers argue that these are offset by their enormous safety, cost, and sustainability benefits. Writing for ECJ, Brightwell Dispensers looks at factors such as employee safety and reductions in chemical use and finds out whether these are sufficient to persuade companies to

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Cleaning chemical conundrums

14th of May 2014
Cleaning chemical conundrums

Oven cleaning, carpet extraction, grease traps, graffiti removal - what are the most challenging cleaning applications for chemical companies? And how do manufacturers come up with products to tackle such difficult tasks? ECJ finds out.

Chemical companies offer a wide range of products and solutions designed to make light work of tasks such as

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