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Electrostatic Technology Sprayers

Electrostatic technology has been around for a long time and is now common in the cleaning industry. It has helped improve cleaning methods for janitorial personnel. Hard to reach surfaces are made easier to clean with the capability of an electrostatic sprayer. Low and underneath sur

Cleaning Baby Changing Stations in Public Restrooms

According to Congress.Gov, a bill was recently passed called the BABIES Act or the Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation Act. Under this legislation, every public government owned facility is required to have baby changing stations in every men and women’s bathrooms. This will incre
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Disinfectants and Your Infection Protection

Disinfectants Promote a Healthy Environment Lately, there has been an increase in public concern over germs such as pathogenic bacteria and viruses. With this high concern, disinfectants have become a critical part of people’s cleaning routine. When used correctly, disinfectants can l

Disinfecting Veterinary Facilities

Animal care facilities, much like our hospitals and healthcare facilities, face challenges of preventing the spread of disease within the hospital, shelter, or clinic. Keeping an animal hospital clean and sanitized is essential to preventing the spread of infections and keeping both a

Infection Control: Bloodborne Pathogens

A bloodborne pathogen refers to a germ that is spread through contact with contaminated blood and other body fluids and that causes disease in humans. The most common bloodborne pathogens are HIV, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV). Bloodborne pathogen infections are of the great

Norovirus: Facts & Prevention

Norovirus is a very contagious virus that causes gastroenteritis, more commonly known as the stomach flu. Its symptoms include nausea, diarrhea, headache, and fever. Norovirus is spread through direct contact with a contaminated person, object, surface, or eating contaminated food. Th

Bloodborne Pathogens: Infection & Control

A bloodborne pathogen refers to a germ that is spread through contact with contaminated blood and other body fluids and that causes disease in humans. The most common bloodborne pathogens are HIV, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV). Bloodborne pathogen infections are of the great

Do It Right!!! Proper Disinfecting Procedure in the Infection Control World

There have been a number of articles lately on the subject of disinfecting. Because disinfecting is not only a cleanliness issue, but a public health issue, the importance of disinfecting has taken center stage. Do it on High Touch Surfaces! Disinfecting everything in sight is not goi