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Prepare for the new normal with Killis


Killis has a range of solutions to help your business prepare for life following the Coronavirus, as we prepare for the return to work.


COVID-19 has caused a stir across the globe, from changing the way we work to the way we shop and coordinate around spaces. The unprecedented lockdown across the UK has encouraged businesses to work remotely, making the most of digital communication and services.


With the reduction in lockdown now taking place with more and more businesses now back to working in full capacity, individuals will return to using public spaces, retail, leisure and hospitality facilities as well as public transport on a more regular basis, putting themselves and your staff at a risk.


We have seen a significant change in how people operate and how this will affect us now and in the future. Companies are now rolling out new procedures to meet public needs and satisfy their new perceptions since COVID-19.


We recently ran a survey to find out how the public's opinion on hygiene and cleaning have changed since COVID-19 hit. The reactions to these were not surprising as the majority of people who took part showed their newfound dedication to hygiene, with 80% admitting to being more hygiene- conscious now. With this, their expectations from business owners are heightened.


This means businesses need to not only ensure hygiene practices are the best they have ever been, but also need to ensure they are completely transparent with clientele, with 93.8% stating they are more likely to use a company that is open about their hygiene regime. With this information in mind, businesses need to not only prepare for re-opening but how this will be communicated to customers.


Killis offers a range of products that can support you to reopen safely from hand and surface hygiene through to air purifications systems that are proven to kill coronavirus.


Hand Protection


Killis offers a full range of hand sanitising solutions for your business, including alcohol-free hand sanitisers, the revolutionary Zoono GermFree range and our sanitising stations.


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In response to COVID-19 and the obvious need to give customers and staff peace of mind, companies are placing hand sanitising stations in areas of high footfall such as entrances and exits at the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO) to prevent the spread of infection. This is great as a visual cue and can provide everyone with the necessary resources to keep themselves safe. We provide these with a range of dispensers and the opportunity to have backboards branded.


Zoono GermFree Hand Sanitiser uses a combination of inert ingredients and a formulation giving it unique long-lasting bonding capabilities. It provides a 24-hour protective barrier that lasts even through hand washing.


Surface Protection


Health authorities have emphasised that cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily are key in preventing the spread of COVID-19. The WHO is advising businesses to take extra care by sanitising surfaces more regularly and thoroughly.


Killis offers a full range of surface sanitising solutions for your business such as the revolutionary


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