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Instituting An Infection Control Program

Management suggestions and steps to help make a facility safer.

An infection control plan becomes a guide to answer the basic questions of who, what, when, where, how and why.


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Infection Control Webcast: Meet the presenters

Learn more about the presenters for our upcoming Infection Control Tips And Timesavers critical issue webcast.


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Shining a spotlight on infection control

From hand hygiene programs to touchpoint cleaning, we explore a number of today's important infection control issues.


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The Right Work For Healthy Buildings

For infection control to be effective, workers must use the correct tools and follow guidelines.

For cleaning workers to have a significant impact on reducing the spread of infection, it is important that they use the right tools and follow some simple but specific guidelines.


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February 2014 Feature 3

Frankensteinian Pathogens And Disinfecting Resistance

As bacteria becomes resistant to disinfectants, it can also become resistant to the antibiotics typically used to treat people infected by the pathogen.

On January 6, 2014, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discovered 44 cases of a strain of bacteria called carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, in northeast Illinois.


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February 2014 Cleanthoughts

Leveraging expertise to maximize communal awareness of your services

Cleaners can benefit while also helping the community.

Cleaners can benefit while also helping the community.


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February 2014 Feature 2

A Better Way To Clean

How microfiber cleaning products help get the job done faster and safer.

Microfiber cleaning solutions include high-performance dust and wet mop pads, surface cleaning tools, hardware and mopping systems.


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The Science Of Disinfectants

Why they work and what you should know to maximize their effectiveness.


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February 2014
February 2014 Feature 5

Beating Bacteria On Soft Surfaces

Regularly treating soft surfaces between launderings can help minimize infection risks.

Many types of potentially harmful bacteria can survive on soft surfaces including MRSA, VRE and influenza.


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