The Mail Online has just published a shocking article that seems to prove beyond doubt that using hand dryers can be bad for your health.
A client recently came to me with a particular problem "We have a tiled floor in a washroom area; the tiles are porous and old and are taking longer and longer to clean, what can we do?"
Everyone has a pet hate, mine at the moment happens to be the amount of money UK businesses waste on Soap systems in their washrooms. A recent blog on this site by Health & Safety expert Keith Roser highlighted the quite incredible amount of money businesses are prepared to spend on Branded Soap.
Deb the world’s leading skin care system company has just announced a 6.5% price increase as from the 1stof January 2013.
Most people accept the importance of ensuring products comply with eco-friendly procedures and standards. Customers today are more sensitive to the protection of the environment – four out of five European consumers would like to buy more environmentally friendly products, provided they are properly certified by an independent organisation. Having the EU Ecolabel on Rubbermaid’s products answers customer’s high expectations, guaranteeing a high level of transparency, reliability and scientific credibility.
In a recent blog I looked at - How to Clean a Toilet Seat and Ensure the Safety of the User, this prompted a number of emails asking for additional information on the kind bugs that can be picked from using public toilets. Not being an expert in the field of bacteria I turned to the internet and came up some quite disturbing information from a number of sources.
There is a bewildering array of hand towels on the market today and most people including myself find it very difficult to distinguish one towel from another. Although slightly confused about the difference between a Zig-Zag and a V –Fold, I am total confident that about the fact that buying the wrong towels could be costing both your company and the environment dearly.
A washroom that you can share with confidence is good for your business. Your customers feel appreciated and keep coming back. Your employees and guests stay well and refreshed. Friendly washroom solutions are all about sensibility. And sensibility is about the details: details, which are important for everyone from washroom guests and cleaning staff to washroom designers and builders. With so many products on the market knowing which products and systems can help you achieve this is not easy. This Blog is intended to point out some of the most efficient and cost effective solutions currently available and also point out some of the pitfalls you may face.