How often is your hygiene equipment serviced?
Imagine if this was your facility:
Commercial hand care systems are harsh on infection and dirt, but they can also be destructive to hand health. On the other hand, a moisturising hand wash that is too gentle may not offer adequate protection power. How do you get the balance right for your organisation?
Surface disinfectant can be purchased in 20-litre concentrate drums, to be manually diluted on site.
Let's be honest, Schools haven't been supported during the pandemic. The education sector wasn't seen as "in danger", only "dangerous".
One hygiene consumables cost that’s commonly overlooked in aged care facilities is toilet paper.
The trusty mop and bucket has been used to clean hard floors for many decades. And despite the hygiene industry embracing new technology in other areas, the mop is still estimated to be the go-to method for ~70% of surface cleaning! There are two critical reasons old school cleaning equipment supplies like these live on.
In aged care, laundry doesn’t get attention unless it goes wrong. And when it does, you’re accountable for everything from poor soil removal to unbalanced pH washes.
Before 2020, surface disinfection in aged care facilities was left to the cleaners. It was an unmeasurable and labour-intensive task, so its potential for infection control was ignored.