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01 December 2017

Stokoderm Frost, a specialist pre-work cream formulated by Deb, is designed to keep the hands, face and other exposed skin healthy in cold working conditions.

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01 December 2017

Health and safety company Arco is lobbying for a safer Britain by offering UK businesses free safety advice on how best to create a hazard control programme, which aims to protect workers from exposure to harmful substances.

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17 November 2017

Building on the success of its RedLion safety footwear range, U-Power has launched four brand new styles specifically designed to fit the shape and contours of a woman’s foot.

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17 November 2017

London-based Cleanology has beaten the industry’s top names to the final of the European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards. The company has been shortlisted in the Workforce category, which recognises excellence in employee relationships, training and diversity.

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17 November 2017

Sharp, stylish looks and market-leading 37.5 fabric technology are said to make the new Allround 37.5 Insulator Jacket from Snickers Workwear a must for winter on site or outdoor leisurewear.

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30 October 2017

High-level vacuuming system SpaceVac has joined the line-up of innovative cleaning products provided by Denis Rawlins Ltd.

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19 October 2017

A new hearing protection range – Alpha SOTA – has been launched by Alpha Solway, the manufacturer of disposable respirators and protective clothing.

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09 October 2017

Stephen Beresford, strategic marketing manager at Supertouch, says that, in the wake of concerns around the Chinese air pollution policy which may affect the supply of some disposable gloves, Supertouch has identified ultra-nitrile gloves as an alternative to vinyl – potentially offering improved fit, dexterity and abrasion resistance.

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09 October 2017

Interduct not only takes great pride in the cleaning of duct systems and works to a professional standard, but it always puts safety first.

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29 September 2017

High-level vacuuming system SpaceVac has joined the line-up of innovative cleaning products provided by Denis Rawlins Ltd.

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22 September 2017

Slips, trips and falls are a major cause of injuries in the workplace and cause many accidents every year. The correct choice of safety flooring is vitally important.

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22 September 2017

Solid Gear and Toe Guard safety shoes and boots are said to be popular among discerning tradesmen and women for keeping their feet warm and comfortable on cold winter days.

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22 September 2017

New products from Snickers are available to make working in the worst of weather easier, safer and more comfortable. All of them are described as incorporating the very latest in market-leading designs and fabric technology.

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31 July 2017

A ‘one style suits all’ approach to selecting eyewear is often wrongly taken according to Sangeeta Aeri, technical manager at Supertouch.

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21 September 2017

The latest full colour Snickers Workwear Catalogue can now be downloaded free of charge from www.snickersworkwear.co.uk

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13 September 2017

According to Hultafors Group, the REVOLUTION INFINITY from Solid Gear is exactly what the name suggests – a revolutionary safety shoe – from Europe’s most exciting and forward-thinking brand.

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01 August 2017

Despite 50% of UK tradesmen spending over 9 hours a day on their feet, new research has revealed that 90% of workers feel the industry doesn’t do enough to educate and promote the importance of foot health.

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23 June 2017

The new Makita twin 18v DVC863 LXT L-Class Dust Extractor is exclusively cordless whereas the DVC861 model can be run on mains or similar twin 18v batteries.

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22 June 2017

Spinaclean has launched its latest innovation in high level cleaning at the Facilities Show (20th-22nd June 2017, ExCeL, London).  

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09 June 2017

Environmental Science has produced seven steps, which it says can lead to successful safety handling of chemicals in the workplace:

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17 October 2017

The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) general manager Frank Angear looks at the challenges of controlling site spills when it comes to shale gas extraction

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31 July 2017

​Cleaning operatives often work unsociable hours and alone placing them in potentially dangerous situations, and risking the reputation of the individual and business employing them. New security solutions mean it doesn’t have to be that way, says Neil Ricketts, technical director at Trigion

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29 September 2017

​Arco’s divisional director of quality and technical standards, Neil Hewitt, offers advice to UK cleaning businesses following the European glove protection update to BS EN ISO 374

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10 April 2017

Skyscrapers are impressive structures that make up some of the world’s most impressive skylines – from New York City to London and Shanghai. The Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest on record, measuring 828 metres, 830 to the tip. It’s so big, in fact, that it even has its own Twitter handle.

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10 April 2017

Chris Packham from EnviroDerm Services looks at the causes of dermatitis in cleaning operatives and how you can protect your workforce

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16 June 2017

Marc Fergusson, international business development manager for Kaivac, looks at the steps that can be taken to minimise slips and falls in your facility 

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02 June 2017

Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (CIEHF) member Russell Fife investigates and identifies preventative methods to help reduce the number of work related work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) within the cleaning industry

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22 May 2017

The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) is dedicated to eliminating non-compliant, unsafe, counterfeit and illegal safety products from the UK market. BSIF CEO Alan Murray explains how its Registered Safety Supplier Scheme provides a quality assurance scheme for the purchase of genuine personal protective equipment (PPE) that will help to keep people safe and healthy at work

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05 May 2017

The UK’s vote to exit the European Union could have many implications for the cleaning industry supply chain, in particular for the rules and regulations that govern safe practice, says Jangro operations director Joanne Gilliard

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07 April 2017

Falls from height are the single biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury within the workplace. Stuart Alcock, site services manager at Total Access (UK), explains how workers who are cleaning at height can stay safe

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31 March 2017

If you work from height, sourcing the right insurance can prove difficult and if you haven’t read the small print in your policy, you may not be covered from the risk that working from height poses. Polished Insurance director Lynda Allan explains how you can be sure you have the right cover in place

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06 February 2017

This issue, Maureen Kelso, head of standards & verification at the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), looks at the common problem of slips and how accidents can be prevented by improving cleaning practices

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04 January 2017

Certification is an investment in the future and reputation of your business. It can help you save money, increase efficiency, and makes it much easier for you to win tenders and government contracts. Michelle Murdoch, marketing manager at QMS International, explains which certifiable management systems are best suited to cleaning companies and how they can help your business

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19 October 2016

Dust control is no longer a problem that can just be swept under the rug. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is now proactively assessing food manufacturers for dust control and issuing penalties for breaching standards. However, it’s not just the threat of being penalised that means it’s vital for the industry to take dust control more seriously. Dustcheck explains how improper dust control can have other more serious consequences

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27 September 2016

Slip and trip accidents are still amongst the most common in the workplace with water, general soiling and spillages a potential cause. All of these can be more common during winter when rain and snow outside make it more likely that dirt and water will be brought inside. Tinaz Ranina, building care & floor care product manager 
UK & Ireland at Diversey Care, looks at how to reduce these risks

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20 September 2016

One of the primary purposes of workwear is to help protect the wearer from injury and reduce the risk of accidents in the workplace. But wearing it is only half the battle; it's just as important to ensure that workwear is properly cleaned and maintained so that it performs to maximum efficiency at all times

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07 June 2016

Recent changes to legionella regulations by the health and safety executive (HSE) have put greater responsibility on businesses to actively manage the legionella risk in their water systems. Businesses failing to meet the new regulations could face prosecution as part of a concerted effort to drive improvements in the sector. Dr. Simona Vasilescu, from the Water Treatment Innovation Platform at NCH Europe, looks at what businesses need to do to stay in control

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21 March 2016

Spring is traditionally a good time to undertake routine maintenance and cleaning of the floors across your premises. Chris Budd, head of UK sales at Watco, gives advice on how to maintain a safe environment and meet various legal regulations 

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21 March 2016

British Cleaning Council (BCC) member, Federation of Window Cleaners, was awarded a BCC grant in 2013 to get their SAM (Safety Accredited Member) safety scheme off the ground. BCC media chief Lee Baker takes a look how at how it’s going

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11 March 2016

Chris Parkes, operations director at Julius Rutherfoord, shares some of the measures the company has introduced to help keep its workforce happy, healthy and motivated

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22 May 2013

There are approximately 40,000 new diagnoses of work-related skin disease per year and statistics show that skin cancer is a developing issue; of the 2055 cases reported of work-related skin disease, 73% were dermatitis and 19% were skin cancer.

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24 September 2015

We thoroughly clean all common areas of residential blocks and estates.

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07 August 2014

Citra Clean Concentrate is Bio-Productions’ uniquely versatile and effective cleaning product for all types of janitorial cleaning and most industrial applications.

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07 August 2014

Hyflex from Bio-Productions transforms floors into hard wearing, easily maintained surfaces and provides an exceptionally long wear-life.

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12 February 2015

The essential spring loaded ‘Closed for Cleaning’ warning sign.

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19 December 2014

Aquafactors has teamed up with Mercedes-Benz to offer our customers the most effective and reliable mobile cleaning system

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17 January 2014

D426 is a yellow beaded hand cleaner based on citrus solvents, fine scrubbing agents, emollients and detergents to give a powerful yet gentle cleaning action.

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20 October 2014

Probably the only cleaner required and one of the most powerful and versatile cleaners available.

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19 December 2014

One of the most important aspects of a mobile washing system is the carrying of the water.

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17 January 2014

A121 is a preparation of hygrophobic pellets which absorb moisture (even from the air), creating exothermic heat that starts melting ice immediately and preventing the surface re-freezing for up to 48 hours.

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07 August 2014

Bio P is Bio-Productions’ easy-fit universal water-saving device for all urinals.

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19 December 2014

Incorporating a static water making facility into the water treatment equation will bring down the cost of making purified water and more than justifies the investment.

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19 December 2014

Aquafactors provide water fed poles, brushes and hose systems to suit all requirements.

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14 May 2013

GrittyFOAM is a rich-cream heavy duty foaming hand cleanser with suspended, non-abrasive cornmeal bio-scrubbers™ for deep-cleaning action without damaging the skin or the environment.

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26 September 2014

Purefreedoms original and the best 25litre trolley on the market,

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