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Why Hand Hygiene is Important for Infection Control

On each square centimetre of your skin, there are around 1,500 bacteria. Are you surprised? One of the most basic hygiene practices in day-to-day life is to wash your hands; but all too often, it’s neglected. A recent survey showed that up to 60% of commuters have faecal bacteria on their fingers, with those travelling […]

Why & How would you use a Bedpan Washer Disinfector

Infection control in hospitals, care facilities, hospices and special needs schools is a pressing concern for caregivers and facility management alike. E. coli infections contributed to over 5,500 deaths in 2016. It’s a frightening number. However, statistics also show that infection management is continuously improving, with MRSA and C. difficile cases reducing by 57% and […]

FAQ’s – Bedpan Washer Disinfector Maintenance

We like questions – they help us understand our clients better, challenge us to improve our services, and serve as a sense check for everything we do. So we decided to collate some of our most frequently asked questions around washer disinfector maintenance and PPM contracts. If your question isn’t answered here, please don’t hesitate […]

What Can I Dispose of in a Pulp Macerator?

If you work in a hospital, care home or special school you’ll know how important your method of human waste disposal is to your infection control strategy. That’s why it’s so vital to keep your waste disposal equipment in good working order and avoid breakdowns to prevent the possibility of an infection outbreak in your […]

10 Golden Rules on How to Keep Your Bedpan Washer in Good Working Order

Whether you work in a hospital, care or nursing home, hospice, or a special school, if you have a bedpan washer, your staff need to know how to use it – and use it correctly. Unfortunately, it’s often the case that not everyone is trained to the same standards. This is when problems can arise […]

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