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IS THE SANITISER SAFE?


Anica Detic, Head of R&D at Zidac Laboratories, argues that facilities managers must be cautious around quality of sanitisers to ensure employees are protected.


Safeguarding employees will need to be a key priority for businesses that are reopening over the next few weeks and month. While a lot of the new procedures to reopen businesses revolve around hand washing, having hand sanitiser readily available will be an imperative for employee health and wellbeing.


Sanitiser not only helps employees to maintain hygiene more regularly, it is also more efficient as it can be readily available near germ hotspots and is quicker to use than constant hand washing. The availability will also help employees to feel safer and well protected in the new working environment.


As well as offices and commercial spaces reopening, to ensure the safe reopening of pubs and bars, restaurants


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and hotels, the government has put strict rules in place that involve clear sanitisation procedures. It is therefore crucial for all businesses to invest in high quality hand sanitiser. Bringing people back to shared environments carries risks, and employers will be expected to provide ample sanitiser as part of their return plans.


While established manufacturers like Zidac are investing heavily into their operations and research to produce the hightest quality sanitiser possible, there has also been a rise in individuals and organisations looking to make their own sanitiser and sell it on for high profits.


These products can miss the mark when it comes to protecting employees. Without careful formulation, many are


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