SAFETY PORTFOLIO Tork manufacturer Essity has boosted its health, safety and hygiene portfolio with the addition of two new face masks.

Tork Protective Type IIR Face Masks and Tork Medical Type IIR Face Masks have been launched to help businesses in all sectors meet higher hygiene expectations.

Both masks adhere to the EN 14683:2019 standard and are designed to reduce the risk of spreading infection from the wearer to other people.

“Recent studies show that the public has higher expectations of hygiene standards in public spaces than they did before the pandemic,” said Tork Senior Product Manager Stephen Wright. “According to our research, 77% of people now have higher expectations of hospital hygiene while 60% expect to see enhanced measures in place in restaurants.


FOR VESTAS UK-based wireless telecommunications provider, Vilicom, has announced it is providing a cloud- enabled private mobile network for the Moray East wind farm for Vestas.

Currently in its construction phase 20 miles off the Scottish coast, the Moray East wind farm will comprise of 100 V164-9.5 MW units, giving a combined total power output of 950 MW across its impressive 295km2 plot. The turbines, supplied by Vestas, will generate sufficient power to supply clean energy to approximately one million households across the United Kingdom.

Moray East will bring more low- carbon power to the UK, and will continue to support the local area, bolstering economic growth. It will also make a significant contribution towards the UK’s goal for renewable electricity generation and will aid in


“We have therefore launched these two high-quality masks to complement our already diverse range of health and hygiene products.”

Tork Protective Type II Face Masks are available in personal packs of 10 for easy distribution to employees.

Tork Medical Type IIR Face Masks come with a choice of ear loop or headband application styles and are splash-resistant. They are compatible with H2 and H3 Tork dispensers for single-mask dispensing or can be dispensed in individual boxes with perforated lids.

“Face masks will remain a part of daily life as businesses around the world re-open their doors and scale up their operations,” said Stephen. “In manufacturing plants with a high concentration of employees, illness transmission can result in production shutdowns.

“Masks will also remain important in the hospitality industry where

achieving the UK’s energy security and carbon reduction objectives.

Vilicom has designed the most advanced and innovative network based on cloud network techniques that combine the reliability of always- on IT systems, with new innovations in the field of Open Radio Access Network (ORAN) and Core Network Function Virtualization.

“The communications network combines the stability and reliability of 4G technology with the innovations available with 5G. This cloud-enabled network delivering a purpose-built network for Moray East, is designed to ensure minimum infrastructure is deployed offshore, is scalable for future mobile technology evolution and supports the current and future communications needs for people and machines working in this remote and sometimes harsh environment,” explained Group Sales Director, Gearoid Collins.

He added: “The private network is designed to suit the specific

hygiene compliance builds customer trust. And in healthcare environments where medical, cleaning and administrative staff are often on the front line, precautionary measures are critical to ensure high levels of infection control and quality of care.”

He stressed the importance of combining hand hygiene with mask-wearing. “Mask-wearers should wash or sanitise their hands thoroughly before and after their use,” he said.

requirements of Vestas and will be managed 24/7/365 from our onshore network operations centre. For hundreds of workers this site will be their home and office for months at a time. A reliable high bandwidth network simply makes life and work easier. The network will provide essential communications for the lifetime of the site, ultimately aiding the seamless connection of approximately one million homes to renewable, sustainable energy.”

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