Since 1903, our experts have helped businesses across the globe, from a range of different business sectors, to protect people and enhance lives.
With all of this experience to call on, today our experts are there to help you provide a safe and hygienic workspace for your staff and customers, whatever your business. Each business we engage with can rely on us to recommend solutions tailored to meet their individual needs, each designed to reduce germ and virus transmission. Utilising our considerable experience we will identify critical hygiene hotspots and develop a plan to deal with the issues raised.
We’re committed to helping businesses across a wide range of industry sectors from hospitality and facilities management to food processing and retail, delivering tailored expertise to help you stay hygienically safe and legally compliant.
We have a total of over 38,000 employees in over 60 countries ready to offer our customers their expertise. This team of service professionals, microbiologists and product developers is what sets us apart. They are committed to helping you keep your environment hygienic, safe and healthy. Their aim, especially in the current situation, is to improve operational efficiencies with hygiene standards across all facilities, making significant contributions to the hygiene and wellbeing of employees and visitors.
We strive to ensure we are up to speed with all the latest news and information that may affect your business so we can better support your needs
Read our new ebook to discover everything you need to deliver hygiene to your workplace and protect your staff, visitors and business.
With so many employees and visitors on site, pathogens and microorganisms are easily transmitted to people and inanimate surfaces.
Has your hotel been deep-cleaned and how will you keep it clean? Are there hygiene items in place to ensure good hand hygiene for guests and employees?
Download our return to work ebook for help getting your university ready for the staff and students to stay safe in the ‘new normal’.