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Secure the new hygiene standard by Tork


ABOUT THIS SERVICE...


The world has changed dramatically over the past 12 months - and businesses face huge challenges when re-opening after lockdowns.


As a global hygiene company, Tork manufacturer Essity is supporting businesses by launching a one-stop resource hub that helps companies to attain new standards of hygiene.


The ‘Secure the new hygiene standard’ website provides insights into how businesses can re-open safely during the global coronavirus pandemic. A free downloadable Back to Business toolkit is available via the site and includes a series of checklists and prompts.


Posters and signage reminding people to wear a mask and keep two metres away from one another can be printed out and used in customers’ own facilities.


All materials stress the importance of carrying out optimum hand hygiene, adhering to one-way systems and keeping to social- distancing requirements. Other resources for businesses include a white paper, infographics and educational videos detailing how hygienic solutions such as paper towels, skincare products and tissue systems can help to contribute to a cleaner and safer facility.


Website visitors can also access Safe at Work toolkits containing tips, guides and information aimed at a variety of businesses including offices, colleges, healthcare and hospitality venues.


Company Contact


TorkCS.uk@essity.com 01582 677570 www.tork.co.uk/safeatwork


38 AWARDS 2021


“Public spaces are viewed with higher hygiene concerns than ever before,” said Essity’s Regional Brand Activation Manager Amelia Baker. “In order to move forward we have had to create a ‘new normal’ and establish a new hygiene standard to help people to feel safe. While this standard will be everyone’s responsibility to maintain, it will require businesses to secure.”


The Back to Business Toolkit also provides tips on washrooms systems that can help to enhance hygiene. These include easy-to-use soap dispensers and hand towels in a one-at-a-time dispensing format. Paper towels are advised because they can act as a barrier between the washroom visitor and fixtures such as door handles and light switches.


The toolkit also advises the provision of facial tissues in washrooms since these provide washroom users with an alternative to touching their faces with their hands.


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