school food hygiene

Hygiene in school canteens depends on factors ranging from personal hygiene of workers to products used for cleaning. Food regulations are increasingly demanding, but when the pressure for food security meets an audience as susceptible as children, hygiene becomes a priority as well as an obligation. When it comes to ensuring hygiene in school canteens,…

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hospital bathroom cleaning

The cleaning of the bathing area in hospitals should be treated with effective products against germs and with an adequate frequency. Baths or toilets are commonly known to be one of the spaces that houses a greater number of germs. In the case of hospital restrooms, in particular, the risk of germination proliferation is even…

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In our hygiene map in health centers you will find a summary of the products you need to ensure that the spaces are clean and free of germs. As we highlighted in our hygiene guide for socio-health centers, cleaning and disinfection, as well as personal hygiene of both patients and technical health personnel, are basic…

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pet's hygiene

The hygiene in the presence of pets serves to guarantee our own well-being and also that of our furry ones. Those who live with pets will know well the efforts that must be made on many occasions to keep the spaces clean. Many complain about the excess hair that their pets give off and that…

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stainless steel products cleaning tips

Stainless steel is a common raw material for household products. It has many excellent properties, such as easy cleaning, not easy to rust, simple and elegant appearance, long service life, not easy to damage, corrosion and rust resistance, and very surface. Smooth and easy to clean. Stainless steel is commonly used in kitchen and bathroom…

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hand hygiene, cleaning, ecoli, bacteria, food hygiene

People not washing their hands after going to the toilet, rather than undercooked meat, is behind the spread of a key strain of E. coli. That’s according to a new study published in Lancet: Infectious Diseases. In it, a team analysed 20,000 human faecal samples and 300 blood samples plus hundreds of sewage samples, animal…

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FDA, hand sanitizer, cleaning, skin health

The US Food and Drug Administration recommends surgical hand disinfection products to significantly reduce microbes on intact skin, non-irritating, broad-spectrum antibacterial effects, rapid and long-lasting effects, and common surgical hand preparation products are ethanol, chlorhexidine and Povidone iodine. Ethanol has been used for skin disinfection for more than 150 years and is the most effective…

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Hand care, skin care, medic, hygiene

Our skin, namely the hands, is prone to dry out in the winter due to the decrease in temperature, thinner blood volume, and slower circulation. To satisfy everyone in the office, according to their skin type, there are a few things to keep in mind when choosing hand sanitizers for use in the office during…

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school, hand hygiene, Norovirus, pathogenic, prevention, diarrhea, infection, hand washing

The colder the weather, the “culprit” of the diarrhea in the autumn and winter seasons – the Norovirus, has long been raging. So, what exactly is Norovirus? How to prevent Norovirus? Gao Yan, the chief physician of the Infectious Diseases Management Office of Peking University People’s Hospital, and assistant researcher Qi Jiqiu will give a…

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clean, hands, infection, handwashing day

A gesture as simple as washing your hands with soap and water can be key to the survival of millions of people, especially the little ones. Children are especially vulnerable to the effects of diarrhea and respiratory infections, diseases that can be easily and cheaply prevented with a little soap and water. This day wants…

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