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Which hands free door opener is best?

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Which hands free door opener is best?

  How can we reduce the need to touch door handles? Most of the time, regular cleaning with chemicals such as bleach and exercising good hand hygiene is enough to limit the spread of viruses throughout the workplace. However, when it comes to reducing the need to touch door handles, there have been a few different approaches to tackling the problem. These solutions range in cost and complexity: Removal of doors where possible Pros: Removes the danger of transmitting viruses via door handles. Cons: Not appropriate for every workplace.   Stickers on door handles reminding people of the possible unseen...

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Solent Rib Charter install hands free door openers to protect clients and staff

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Solent Rib Charter install hands free door openers to protect clients and staff

  Solent Rib Charter own Europe's largest fleet of Ribs and are the market-leading provider of Rib Hire, Rib Charter, Commercial Rib Charter and Bareboat Rib Hire services. This month, in an effort to create a Covid-secure environment in line with their return to work process, the company installed a number of Hygienic Handles hands free door openers across their sites.   "Solent Rib Charter invested in Hygienic Handles on our internal and external doors as part of our in-depth return to work processes, giving confidence to staff and visitors as well as reducing the risk of cross-infection… they fitted...

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HH Spotlight in FMJ Facilities Management Journal

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HH Spotlight in FMJ Facilities Management Journal

  The facilities management Journal (FMJ) is the leading resource for UK Facilities managers, providing industry-specific intelligence for the public and private sectors. This week, Hygienic Handles were featured in their "Month in FM" section highlighting hands-free handles as a key part to any COVID-secure workplace strategy. Read the article here: https://www.fmj.co.uk/adapt-doors-door-handles-to-hands-free-opening-closing-as-part-of-your-covid-secure-strategy/   They also shared the story on their twitter feed:   Adapt Doors & Door Handles to “HANDS-FREE” Opening & Closing as part of your COVID-Secure Strategy - https://t.co/sctyco5n5m #facman #facilitiesmanagement #hygiene #hygienicdoorhandles #touchfreedoorhandles pic.twitter.com/bKwQHrWIs6 — Facilities Management Journal (FMJ) (@fmjtoday) July 14, 2020

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Skillway Helps Charles Russell Speechlys to Handle Going Back to the Office

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Skillway Helps Charles Russell Speechlys to Handle Going Back to the Office

  15 July 2020 – Skillway, a Godalming-based charity which teaches practical skills to disadvantaged or disengaged young people in the local community, has helped Charles Russell Speechlys to transform its Guildford office into a ‘no touch’ environment in preparation for returning back to the workplace. The team from Skillway has installed 100 Hygienic Handles at Charles Russell Speechlys’ office at One London Square. The foot handles – a new product in response to the COVID-19 situation – enable you to open doors without touching the door handle. Charles Russell Speechlys, which has a long-standing partnership with Skillway, donated £500...

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Anti-bacterial, anti-viral or anti-microbial?

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Anti-bacterial, anti-viral or anti-microbial?
With an increased emphasis on good hand washing techniques and the introduction of sanitation stations in most retail outlets, it begs the question; what should we be looking for when protecting ourselves and others against the likes of Covid-19?

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