Cleaning and hygiene will be top of the agenda for years

Delia Cannings looks at how the profile of hygiene importance has been raised to a new level that must be maintained moving beyond Covid-19

Championing innovation in infection control

Ceris Burns shares how the virtual Cleaning Interactive event, which champions innovation, is tailor-made for health sector decision makers

Achieving a bacteria-free hospital ward

What steps should be embraced in hospitals to fight infection and how can these help to eliminate the risk of illnesses?

Help is at hand for healthcare waste management

Recent guidance from the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management is aimed at ensuring all producers of healthcare wastes are aware of their legal obligations and good practice.

Lee Baker of the British Cleaning Council examines how hospitals have harnessed training and technological innovations to keep hospitals clean and safe against a background of budget cuts

Cleaning operatives within the NHS play a crucial role in improving standards of infection prevention and control, writes the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc)

The Health and Social Care Act has finally made it onto the statute books. But what does it mean for contract cleaners and outsourced services? Peter Carroll of the British Cleaning Council reports

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The NHS is made up of more than 8,000 organisations, with many more across the wider health and care sector.

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