It's an age-old question – is hot water on its own enough to kill germs and bacteria? In a time where COVID-19 is prevalent across the globe, it’s never been so important that we wash and clean our hands thoroughly so that we reduce the spread of the virus. But, is hot water enough for hand washing, and to get rid of potential germs and bacteria?
We all know the feeling, someone comes into work with a cough or sneezes and the next thing you know half of the workplace has a cold. Workplaces can be a breeding ground for germs, sometimes making it difficult to avoid illness and with the rise of viruses like COVID-19 as well as flu season fast approaching, it’s now more important than ever that workplaces follow effective hygiene practices.
Sustainability – it’s the buzz word of the moment with more and more people looking to reduce their impact on the environment. The NZ Tourism Guide defines environmental sustainability as the concept of dealing with climate change, and effectively managing natural resources so they are available for the use of future generations. There are a number of ways we can be more environmentally...
There are many aspects of workplace safety and hygiene, and the level of hygiene needed will depend largely on the industry your workplace belongs to. While most workplaces will have processes and guidelines in place to keep employees safe and healthy at work, it's important that you and your team understand why these should be taken seriously.