Suitable for cleaning in the health sector is the OspreyDeepClean low pressure dry steam technology, which it says offers cleaning efficiency and bacterial efficacy.
The company has developed a Dry Steam Vapour (DSV) cleaning technology for the cleaning and disinfection of medical devices such as patient beds, mattresses, privacy curtains, seats
GOJO says its Purell Advanced hygiene hand rub is an ‘entire hospital’ formulation that combines antimicrobial efficacy with maintenance of skin health.
The company says product efficacy is only part of the solution in helping improve patient outcomes. The high frequency with which many healthcare workers have to use hygienic hand rub
Staff working in hospitals need to be able to demonstrate their ability to properly wash or
disinfect their hands. SureWash says its computer-based training system allows them to train in their own time, with feedback at each stage of training.
The latest model, launched this month, uses a camera that is more advanced in reading the hand
For areas where hygiene is a priority Moerman has developed the handy squeegee which features a rigid colour-coded frame, ergonomic grip and green Dura-Flex rubber. This natural rubber is produced with materials approved by FDA.
Moerman says no water traces are left behind after using this squeegee, reducing the chances of cross-contamination.
SCA, manufacturer of Tork hand hygiene systems, offers a range of products designed to minimise cross-contamination in the healthcare sector.
Tork Xpress Multifold 4 Panel Hand Towels, for example, are suitable for the wash stations in hygiene-critical intensive care wards. These soft, large towels will blot the hands dry.
Two-ply Tork Soft
ECJ’s correspondent in the UK looks at the evolution of training in the industry, and where it goes now.
There are many facets to the cleaning industry - contract cleaning; chemical product sales machine product sales and service maintenance; human resources; carpet cleaning.
Alongside the tall trees of the cleaning jungle, smaller