There used to be nothing but bulk. Whether it was public toilets or office washrooms, schools or hospitals – soap dispensers holding their product in a refillable reservoir were the only alternative to a bar of soap or a lotion from a bottle.
Hand Hygiene, Infection Prevention and Food Safety Blog
No toilet paper, dirty surfaces, broken toilet seats – when it comes to washrooms, first impressions are everything. If even just one aspect of a facility doesn’t meet the expectations of its users, they are likely to feel negative about the environment they find themselves in. And it can be very hard to rectify this later on.Read More
Did your mother ask whether you had washed your hands every time you sat down at the table to eat? My mother certainly did. And, if your family was constantly inundated with that question it means you will have an understanding of hygiene.Read More
You've been told to wash your hands your whole life, from childhood to adulthood, but lately it seems like hand hygiene is spreading as fast as the infections it's trying to prevent - hand washing has become the new hype.Read More
Regardless if its business or pleasure, who doesn’t want to stay at the best hotel available? Today with all the great on-line tools, it’s easier than ever to find the best room at the best rate with just a few clicks. Hotel hygiene is nothing new, and we’ve all heard the horror stories about those nasty germs on TV remote controls or light switches. But have you ever wondered if spending more and staying at a 5-star hotel is any better when it comes to hotel hygiene?Read More
Admit it. Have you ever behaved a certain way because you knew someone was watching? Maybe you wanted to impress someone or maybe you just didn’t want to be embarrassed.