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News Sponsored by Jangro launch Back to Work resources


Jangro has launched two new guides to help businesses prepare for the return to work, as the country begins to ease out of lockdown.


The first is about how to control the risk of COVID-19 via deep cleaning, whilst the second focuses on the importance of hand hygiene, with tips and advice to achieve compliance.


‘Deep Cleaning – Controlling the Risk’ aims to help cleaning operatives work more safely under the constant threat of coronavirus, whilst also helping businesses ensure that their premises are hygienically clean and ‘COVID-19 secure’. With infection control measures in place, organisations can begin resuming normal operations, with the confidence that their premises are safe and healthy places to work.


The guide covers key cleaning and hygiene topics, including: personal protective equipment (PPE), hand hygiene, cleaning in non-healthcare settings, infection control colour coding, types of disinfectant and sanitiser, and the equipment required for wiping surfaces, floor care, and emergency spillages. It also includes advice for washing laundry, waste disposal, and signposts other support materials available, such as infection control guides, wallcharts and area cleaning charts.


The second pamphlet delves deeper into the ‘Importance of Hand Hygiene’, and includes instructions for good handwashing practice, advice about the type of soap or cleansers to choose, and steps to help maintain good hygiene. It also gives


Northwood to close Penygroes facility


The Directors of Northwood Hygiene Products have regretfully announced the proposed closure of their Penygroes, North Wales, manufacturing facility.


The proposal, which affects 94 employees, was made as part of a strategic review of business operations, given the rapidly changing landscape and market conditions.


As part of the review, various alternative options were considered, but the contraction in market demand as a


consequence of COVID-19, and the subsequent significant fall in current and forecasted sales volumes has led to this very difficult decision being made.


Northwood is fully committed to following a consultation process with all employees and trade union representatives and will commence a collective consultation process which will last for a minimum of 30 days.


The proposed closure will not have a negative impact on the service that the company provides to their customer base. Production will be absorbed, and customers will be serviced from other Northwood sites in Telford, Oldham, Birmingham, Lancaster and Bromsgrove.


www.northwood.co.uk


guidance for handwashing in facilities where children are present, such as schools and nurseries. Additionally, there’s information about hand sanitising, including tips about the most effective locations to position hand sanitising stations within a building.


Joanne Gilliard, Jangro CEO, commented: “Cleaning and hygiene have always played an important role in society, but as the world battles against COVID-19, they have taken on added significance. Our two new guides aim to help businesses, in clear and easy to understand language, implement effective infection prevention measures. With these in place, they can rest assured that their workspaces are as clean, hygienic, and healthy as possible, thus preventing the spread of germs, and protecting staff, their families, and the wider community.”


You can download both guides via the website below. www.jangro.net/coronavirus


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