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Safe Space video prepares for


workplace returns Principle Cleaning Services, which launched Safe Space in late 2020 in conjunction with Hygiena and Gem Scientific, has unveiled a new video to illustrate how Safe Space protects people in the workplace.


Safe Space was created after Principle identified a need for more rigorous and evidence-based cleaning methods due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which will mitigate the risk of workplace infection. Since its launch, the company has seen a huge demand with more than 50% of its clients already engaged.


Principle produced the video to help facilities teams visualise how Safe Space could work for their buildings and provide reassurance that workplaces are clean and protected using Safe Space’s science and technology, which includes Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) swab testing and


Brits say businesses could keep them safer from COVID


More than half (53%) of Britons believe UK businesses could be doing more to improve the hygiene of their premises and keep people safe from COVID-19, according to a new survey.


Commissioned by hygiene and pest control technology company Pelsis Group, the survey of 2007 people across the UK is believed to be the first to quantify how the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the nation’s attitude towards hygiene.


The survey found that 88% of people want to see UK businesses and organisations implementing stringent hygiene regimes on their premises, with 87% saying the hygiene of places they visit is now more important to them than before the pandemic.


Zoono protective coating for surfaces.


Additionally, Principle’s in-house PCS Connect system creates a dynamic schedule based on real time occupancy, which replaces traditional predetermined scheduling. This improves accuracy – cleaning where and when required, and efficiency – avoiding unnecessary tasks, allowing more focused activities and improved standards.


Matt Kuwertz, Principle Cleaning Services’ Sales and Marketing Director, said: “We have always cleaned to exceptionally high standards, but it is no longer enough to say that a workplace is clean: facilities teams need to know that their premises are scientifically clean. We created the video so they can see how Safe Space works and to give organisations the confidence they need for their staff to safely return to the workplace as they prepare for the easing of lockdown restrictions.”


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The survey also revealed that more than half of the UK (55%) does not believe that hospitality venues will be safe and hygienic when they reopen and that 58% of people do not believe schools are COVID-safe environments. 76% don’t believe public transport is a safe and hygienic way to travel, with 28% of over 55s unwilling to use it at all over COVID-19 fears, while 23% admitting it would be a last resort.


The survey also found that in certain parts of the country, significant numbers of people are avoiding going to GP practices, dental practices and hospitals. A fifth of people in Liverpool and Plymouth said they were avoiding healthcare settings due to fears about hygiene and safety.


Meanwhile, a greater focus on the importance of hygiene is set to outlast the pandemic, with only 7% of people saying a premises’ hygiene will become less important to them once the COVID-19 pandemic ends.


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