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The journey of the germ:

Food-borne diseases are increasingly becoming a major global issue

This is believed to be a result of a number of social and economic reasons such as growing international trade, complex multi-item food menus that use components sourced from all over the world or food handlers travelling between countries.

Pathogens transmitted by food handlers

Food handlers have been implicated as a major factor in the spread of food-borne disease. This is partly because the human body is a source of thousands of micro-organisms. Humans can host as many as 1012 organisms on their skin, 1010 in their mouth and 1014 in their gut. These bacteria are perfectly adapted to life on human hands.

Promoting a positive hand hygiene culture

To ensure relevant control measures are understood, valued and constantly implemented, a business should develop a positive hand hygiene and cross contamination prevention culture.

According to the World Health Organisation, each year 600 million people worldwide are affected by a food-borne disease. This is due to the growing threat of food contamination, and the spread of dangerous and in some cases, deadly - germs. In this paper, we explore the reasons why this is so widespread, and how this can be managed with a good hand hygiene routine.

Businesses have a duty of care with public washrooms

When scientific air care solutions are combined with the ongoing efforts to maintain the appearance, with regularly cleaned and easy to use washrooms, harmony can be achieved; it's this which will ensure the pleasant washroom experience people want and deserve.

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Gain insight into the key drivers and benefits of non-tox pest management, the innovations taking place and examples of best practice, with a view to there this will lead in the future

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Hand hygiene, cross-contamination and the food environment

The changing face of pest control:

Safer, cleaner, greener?