In many cases, understanding the problem constitutes a major part of the solution. Come read more about hand hygiene compliance in the food industry
As countries across the world are cautiously returning to their old routines, the fear of a “second wave” of the COVID-19 pandemic is still tangible. Many workplaces realize now is the time to ensure workplace pandemic preparedness.
Nowadays, companies are expected to take responsibility for their actions, as well as their impact on communities, society, stakeholders, and their employees. Corporations have a huge effect on workplace hygiene.
The habit of washing hands is indeed one that is hard to implement in any workplace, much as it is needed. In this article we hope to give you important information that will help you succeed in making your workplace a safer and more hygienic environment for yourself, your employees, and ultimately, your customers.
After many countries have exited quarantine, people are adjusting to the “new normal” in the post-COVID-19 world. Hand washing is without a doubt part of everyone’s new routine.
Everyone is adjusting to the new normal, struggling to comply with strict health regulations to avoid further spread of COVID-19 cases. Here are the areas that you need to watch out for in the workplace.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of proper hand hygiene in the fight against infectious diseases. Max Simonovsky, Soapy Care’s CEO and co-founder, explained to AIPAC about Soapy’s revolutionary solution – the ECO micro-station
This incredible article accurately represents what we try to accomplish here in Soapy, and if you’re curious about what we do here – you absolutely have to see or read it!
With many countries opening businesses again amidst the COVID-19 crisis, hygiene in the workplace is becoming more and more crucial to the wellbeing of employees.
People who have contracted COVID-19 and suffer from diabetes have a higher risk of showing severe symptoms. Here’s why: