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Discover the latest research on restroom hygiene practices in care homes, revealing the unexpected impact of toilet lid closure and the critical importance of using effective disinfectants like Soclean Antibacterial Washroom Cleaner for enhanced safety.
Red Sea Shipping Updates and what it means for our customers.
The numbers associated with log reduction, such as 99.9% or 99.999%, might seem trivial, but they hold profound implications for the effectiveness of a disinfectant.
In the dynamic environment of a care home, the safety and well-being of both residents and staff are paramount. One crucial aspect of ensuring a secure and healthy workplace is understanding and implementing COSHH
In 2012/2013, urinary tract infections (UTIs) topped the charts for emergency hospital admissions. The culprit? Dehydration.
The demands on healthcare personnel, such as time constraints, high workload, and understaffing, are major barriers to strict adherence to hand hygiene. The use of gloves, while common and increasing, poses another hurdle to infection control.
Parachute games possess a captivating quality that can enchant young minds, spark their imaginations, and encourage delightful teamwork
World Book Day, a time when the literary realm comes alive with endless possibilities. As a dedicated educator, you hold the key to unlocking a world of imagination and creativity for your students
Ah, the wonders of air dry clay – a magical substance that brings out the artist in every child! With its pliability and easy-to-use nature, it's a fantastic medium for kids to explore their creative instincts.
Delve into some exciting and interactive teaching ideas that can introduce students to the wonders of ancient Egypt
Sensory play refers to activities that engage the senses, including sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. It can take many forms, including sand and water play, playdough, painting, and music and movement activities
Sun Protection Factor or SPF for short, is known measure of how well sunscreen will protect your skin from UVB rays, the type of radiation that causes sunburn