Source: CleanLink October 3, 2013 According to the Mayo Clinic study, hot air dryers were shown to increase the number of all types of bacteria on the hands. When hands were rubbed together, as is suggested on many devices, bacteria levels began to increase after 15 seconds of use, according to the study.     

by Brent Bodiford, Marketing Coordinator, 360clean Buying into third-party companies is becoming a worldwide trend.  Facility managers are looking for ways to reduce stress on management, save money, and receive better service.  Often, outsourcing to a third-party vendor will accomplish those goals. When an organization…   

Source: CleanLink  December 09, 2013 According to the CDC, approximately five to 20 percent of U.S. residents get the flu each year, and more than 200,000 people are hospitalized with flu-related complications.  To help limit the spread of the flu in the workplace this flu season, ITW Professional Brands offers four tips for proper building…

Source: Infection Control Today, 1/04/2013 By Mary Shinn The healing hands of a healthcare professional too often bear the risk of spreading infection while administering care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), failure to engage in proper hand hygiene is the leading cause of healthcare-associated infections…