According to the government press release of 3rd March 2022 entitled ‘Norovirus outbreaks increasing in England’ this particularly unpleasant virus is surging in education settings and care homes across the country. Government advice on reducing the spread taken from the press release: How to reduce the spread of norovirus Stay at home if you are experiencing norovirus symptoms. Do not return to work or send children to school until 48 hours after symptoms have cleared. Also avoid visiting elderly or poorly relatives, particularly if they are in hospital or a care home. Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap...
It's well known that staff sickness costs UK business an enormous amount of money every year and good hygiene protocols can make all the difference. The key thing is using the right products and using them properly, something that unfortunately many companies overlook. We are always happy to help so if you want to make some positive changes and protect your staff and customers then drop us a line, even if its just for some advice (we don't charge for that!).email: email@example.com or give us a call on 0330 043 1029
Yesterday the Department of Education issued guidance for full opening of special schools and other specialist settings.
Our managing director explores why using alcohol-free sanitiser may be best for environments with unique and complex requirements.
With hand sanitisers becoming a necessity amid the global Coronavirus pandemic, we believe that there’s still a lot of misunderstanding about what makes an effective hand sanitising solution. Due to World Health Organization guidelines the majority of people incorrectly believe that using a high alcohol concentration is the only effective way to deal with Coronavirus, but this isn’t necessarily the case! In this blog; we explore the negative effects of alcohol-based sanitisers and why going alcohol-free can actually be better!