As more restaurants reopen for dine-in service, customers are paying attention to the measures being taken to protect both employees and themselves. Restaurant sanitation has always been important from a food safety perspective. Now, restaurant managers and employees must also take additional steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.Read More
Training is a key component of any type of disaster response, including contamination threats. Responders need to know how to use both the equipment and the decontamination chemicals before deploying their skills in the field. Of course, training scenarios don’t use real chemical or biological contaminants, so it’s not necessary to use the actual decontamination chemicals when learning and practicing.Read More
The carcinogens that firefighters are exposed to present a serious health risk. A NIOSH study found that firefighters had a higher number of cancer diagnoses and related deaths. Because of this, researchers have recommended training and use of protective equipment during all stages of a fire to help reduce the health risks.Read More
SARS-CoV-2 can be difficult to combat, because it is almost always surrounded by bodily fluids (nasal mucus, saliva, fecal matter) and is protected by a lipid envelope that is made up of organic materials. Compared to most other disinfectants, D7 is proven to achieve a higher reduction in microorganisms without possessing highly toxic or corrosive properties.* It cuts through the bodily fluids, soil/organic material, and lipid envelope to actually reach and destroy the virus.
In this infographic, you'll learn more about the efficacy and versatility of D7.
*see label for specific use instructions.Read More
Quality assurance in food processing requires a team effort led by a qualified FSQA manager. The details of cleaning and sanitation are important, but they are just part of the larger picture. Being strategic about your approach to quality assurance will help prevent costly recalls, reduce production downtime, and keep employees engaged.Read More
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 as we strive to return to normalcy requires a new level of disinfection, both indoors and outdoors. For outdoor sporting and entertainment events, disinfecting large seating areas can be costly and time-consuming. Fortunately, innovative companies and venue managers are coming up with innovative methods to protect fans, performers, and players.Read More
Disinfecting a facility often requires different types of equipment depending on the nature of the facility and the materials and surfaces you’re treating. When there are areas where wall-mounted hoses can’t reach, that are difficult to reach with larger equipment, or with large surfaces that need to be treated, portable solutions like handheld electrostatic sprayers are helpful.Read More
Recent wildfires on the West Coast have brought renewed attention to firefighter safety. In addition to facing danger on a daily basis and battling exhaustion, firefighters face risks from the aftermath of a fire. Firefighter decontamination after a fire is an important step to protect their health and safety in both the short and long term.Read More