We Love Infection Preventionists

This week is International Infection Prevention Week and it has never been more important. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us yet again how quickly dangerous infections can emerge and affect our everyday lives. It is the latest addition to the list of potentially life-threatening infections that we must all try to protect ourselves against.

International Infection Prevention Week runs from 18-24 October and is organised by the Association of Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). This year’s event highlights the role of infection preventionists – the people who spend their lives working to prevent and eliminate infections. The title of the event is “We Love Infection Preventionists”.

The first International Infection Prevention Week was held in the USA during the 1980s to highlight the key role that infection prevention plays in patient safety and protecting public health. Since then it has grown to become one of the largest annual global events of its kind, bringing together healthcare professionals, administrators, legislators, and the public.

DIVERSEY – SUPPORTING INFECTION PREVENTION WEEK

At Diversey, we are actively promoting International Infection Prevention Week through our social media channels and direct contact with customers. We have also helped raise awareness by producing special posters and other media to share. In addition, we offer a complete range of hand hygiene products.

We know that many infections spread through personal contact and touching contaminated surfaces – and then touching our own eyes, nose or mouth. This is why surface disinfection and washing hands are always central to infection prevention.

The current COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how hygiene must become everybody’s business because of its critical role in preventing the spread of infection. As part of our duty as a leading cleaning and hygiene company, we continue using all of the opportunities at our hands to provide our communities with tools and resources that outline the best procedures and products to use for effective personal hygiene.

Diversey: Campaigning for Infection Prevention During October 2020

Are Your Hand Hygiene Products Up To Standard?

There has been a huge increase in demand for hand hygiene products during the Covid-19 pandemic. Existing suppliers including Diversey have increased their production capacity while companies from other industries have launched new products to help fill the gap. But how can businesses and their customers be sure that the products they are using are effective? The answer lies in checking that products meet international infection prevention standards.

Personal contact and touching contaminated surfaces – and then touching our own eyes, nose, or mouth – are two of the main ways the virus can spread. Disinfecting or washing our hands frequently helps to prevent this and is something we can all do. Washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds is effective but there are many situations where this is not possible. An alcohol-based hand rub or gel that can be used on its own is an excellent option in these cases.

Professional hand hygiene products are tested against international standards to show they are effective. The UK and Europe use standards described in the EN system. Products that meet these standards must carry details on their packaging and in their documentation. Independent and accredited laboratories carry out this testing under strict conditions. This provides assurance that a product has been verified to meet a particular standard.

The EN14476 Standard

The most important standard related to the Covid-19 pandemic is EN14476. This covers the virucidal activity of chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. It applies to products – including hand rubs and handwashes – used in medical applications.

EN14476 is important at the moment because it includes a specific test against enveloped viruses (in the form of the vaccinia virus). This is the same type of virus as SARS-CoV-2 that causes Covid-19. Enveloped viruses are generally easy to kill so disinfectants which meet the requirements of EN14476 (specifically the “fully virucidal” or “virucidal against enveloped viruses” tests) should be effective against SARS-Cov-2.

The EN14476 standard stipulates a product must deliver a “log 4” reduction in the amount of virus. This is the same as a 10,000-fold or 99.99% reduction and must be achieved within specific timeframes. Hand rubs, for example, must work within at least 30 seconds but take no longer than two minutes, reflecting the need for speed and convenience. Retail or consumer products are rarely tested to these exacting standards and generally claim lower (eg 99.9%) reduction rates.

ASK SUPPLIERS FOR EVIDENCE

Suppliers should be able to show evidence their products meet relevant disinfection standards. They should also offer additional supporting documentation such as user guides and wall charts that encourage frequent and proper use.

Diversey products that meet EN14476 include the Soft Care Des E, Soft Care Med H5, and SURE Instant Hand Sanitizer hand rubs. Each is available in a range of formats including dispenser systems and portable bottles with built-in dispensers. Diversey also offers small bottles for personal use. This provides customers with complete flexibility to select the right combination for every situation to encourage proper and frequent use.

MoonBeam3 is Effective Against SARS-CoV-2 in Seconds

We are delighted to receive confirmation through third-party testing that our MoonBeamTM3 UV-C disinfection technology is effective in just seconds against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

MoonBeam3 is an ultraviolet-C disinfection device that adds assurance beyond manual cleaning and disinfection. This portable, powerful solution disinfects quickly, reliably and responsibly. MoonBeam3 is cost-effective and designed for fast disinfection of public and high-risk areas. The system offers three individually-adjustable arms that can be positioned at almost any angle, optimizing disinfection energy to allow dosing of both horizontal and vertical surfaces, in just three minutes.

MoonBeam3 has undergone third-party testing against several microorganisms including enveloped viruses, small non-enveloped viruses, bacteria and bacterial spores. These tests have demonstrated a significant log reduction in these key pathogens.

Since studies have shown that contamination of environmental surfaces in healthcare facilities with SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA is widespread, Diversey commissioned 3rd party testing of MoonBeam3 in the US, and has also partnered with the highly respected Fujita Health University in Japan, to test the effectiveness of the MoonBeam3 against SARS-CoV-2. The completed test results from Japan proved that MoonBeam3 was effective against SARS-CoV-2 under a range of conditions with contact times as low as 4 seconds for a 6 log reduction. This is equivalent to a 99.9999% or million-fold reduction in the number of virus particles.

This study validates that MoonBeam3 is effective against SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen that causes COVID-19.

More About MoonBeam3

Cleaning teams have been looking for new ways to enhance their infection prevention capabilities alongside existing processes during the Covid-19 pandemic. At Diversey we have been helping customers meet this challenge and implement the right products and equipment to enable highly effective solutions. One of the products that has caused a lot of interest is our innovative Moonbeam3 Disinfection Technology device.

Moonbeam3 Disinfection Technology delivers powerful UV-C light to provide fast broad area disinfection of high-touch surfaces. It is effective in as little as three minutes when used in conjunction with normal daily cleaning and disinfection processes. This is much faster than fogging and almost twice as effective as traditional cleaning and disinfection alone in destroying the pathogens that cause infections.

Moonbeam3 Disinfection Technology offers facilities a completely hands, chemical and fume-free way to complement existing processes with safer high-performance disinfection. The UV-C light produced by the device penetrates and destroys the DNA in the cells of pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and spores. This stops them from multiplying and causing infections.

The device is ideal for surfaces accidentally missed during regular cleaning and for frequently touched, hard-to-clean surfaces and intricate equipment. In hospitals and care homes, it can be used in patient rooms, operating theatres, and bathrooms and on patient care equipment, keyboards, monitors, and workstations. In general settings, it can be used in almost any area to complement existing cleaning and hygiene processes.

Quick and Easy to Use

Moonbeam3 Disinfection Technology is quick and easy to use. It has push-button activation and short operating cycles. The three articulating, light-producing arms can be positioned independently to target light efficiently and closely onto surfaces. This high-efficiency dosing reduces disinfection times.
Areas to be treated require no special preparation and can be used immediately after the device has been turned off. This means rooms are out of use for much less time than required by many alternative processes. The speed and simplicity of the device make it suitable for more settings and typically allows one operator to treat more areas each day. This enhanced productivity means lower labour and operating costs. Periodic maintenance is limited to bulb replacement, with no tools required.

Although it was devised for hospitals and care homes, Moonbeam3 Disinfection Technology is suitable for almost any setting where fast disinfection is required. This is one of the reasons there has been so much interest from customers in public transport, cruise ships, prisons, and elsewhere this year.
The device is available on a monthly lease/rental finance plan. This spreads the cost of ownership over a fixed number of affordable monthly payments and does not require a capital expenditure decision. Customers can, of course, also purchase the equipment outright. We will be happy to provide more information or arrange a demonstration.

Washing Your Hands To Protect Lives

If we ever needed a reminder of the importance of hand hygiene there is no doubt we have received one this year. Covid-19 is a chilling example of how a new and deadly virus can emerge at any time. We know that personal contact and touching contaminated surfaces – and then touching our own eyes, nose or mouth – are two of the main ways the virus can spread. Washing your hands helps to break this chain of infection and is something we can all do.

On Thursday 15 October we are supporting Global Handwashing Day. This global advocacy day is organised by the Global Handwashing Partnership. It is dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of the importance of washing your hands with soap as an effective and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives.

Global Handwashing Day highlights how hand hygiene can stop the spread of infection and protect lives
Hand hygiene has never been more important

The theme of this year’s event is “Hand Hygiene for All.” This follows and aligns with recent global initiatives by the WHO and UNESCO calling on all of society to scale up hand hygiene, especially through handwashing with soap. It reminds us that we must work toward universal access and practice of handwashing with soap for now and for a healthy future.

HOW Hand hygiene impacts health and COVID-19

We have understood the link between hand hygiene and the spread of infections for generations. That is why we are all taught when we are children to wash our hands regularly, such as before eating and after going to the toilet. Medical and scientific advances mean we now know much more about how washing your hands can help prevent the spread of infections:

  • regular handwashing with soap can reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 infection by 36%, based on one study
  • handwashing can reduce acute respiratory infections by 20%
  • handwashing can reduce the transmission of outbreak-related pathogens such as cholera, Ebola, shigellosis, SARS and hepatitis E
  • hand hygiene is protective against healthcare-associated infections and reduces the spread of antimicrobial resistance
  • handwashing can reduce diarrheal diseases by 30% – 48%
  • hand hygiene may contribute to the reduction of Neglected Tropical Diseases

DIVERSEY SUPPORTING GLOBAL HAND HYGIENE DAY

At Diversey, we are actively promoting Global Handwashing Day through our social media channels and direct contact with customers. We have also helped raise awareness by producing special posters and other media to share. In addition, we offer a complete range of hand hygiene products.

The first Global Handwashing Day took place in 2008, when over 120 million children around the world washed their hands with soap in more than 70 countries. Since then, community and national leaders have used Global Handwashing Day to spread the word about handwashing, build sinks and tippy taps, and demonstrate the simplicity and value of clean hands. The event has continued to grow. It is is now endorsed by governments, schools, international institutions, civil society organizations, NGOs, private companies, individuals, and more.

The current COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how hygiene must become everybody’s business because of its critical role in preventing the spread of infection. As part of our duty as a leading cleaning and hygiene company, we continue using all of the opportunities at our hands to provide our communities with tools and resources that outline the best procedures and products to use for effective personal hygiene.

Diversey: Campaigning for Infection Prevention During October 2020

Infection prevention has never been more important. During October, Diversey is proudly supporting three international campaigns that highlight the significance of cleaning and hygiene in the fight against all types of infection:

October 10: Clean Hospitals Day

October 15: Global Handwashing Day

October 18-24: International Infection Prevention Week

Help Diversey Celebrate First Clean Hospitals Day

On Saturday 10 October we celebrate the first Clean Hospitals Day. This is an event organised by Clean Hospitals, a global healthcare environmental hygiene network. Diversey is a proud active member alongside a coalition of international stakeholders, academia, governmental bodies, NGOs, hospitals and industry experts. As active members, we work closely together to promote and support healthcare environmental hygiene through training, specialised working groups and committees, aiming to create awareness, look at research, innovations, new methods and support education to eventually make healthcare facilities safer through improved environmental hygiene.

Supporting the first Clean Hospitals Day

Diversey has been working with Clean Hospitals and all its partners to launch this first edition of Clean Hospitals Day, which has two main objectives:

  • To call on hospital management, decision-makers, and stakeholders to champion environmental hygiene, and to take action to make hospitals cleaner and safer.
  • Recognise key healthcare workers and give them the appreciation they deserve as their work is very important and often goes unnoticed and undervalued.

By raising awareness of the importance of cleaning, disinfection, and hygiene standards in the healthcare environment, we will all be contributing towards making healthcare facilities a cleaner and safer place. Help us spread the message and recognise the important work carried out by key healthcare workers!

Clean Hospitals: a win-win for all parties involved in healthcare environmental hygiene

Clean Hospitals provides a unique blend of experience and expertise around environmental hygiene coming from multiple stakeholders across regions. That enables this young platform to continuously seek the highest standards of environmental hygiene in a consistent and globally coordinated manner.

According to Victor Cegarra, Diversey’s CoE IP & Healthcare, Global Marketing Director: “Clean Hospitals represents a formidable platform for Diversey to join the dots about environmental hygiene, and ultimately help us make hospitals and patients safer. In Clean Hospitals, we have a venue to share and discuss current and future topics of concern with stakeholders and leading experts from around the world.”

The range of topics explored is very diverse but important for the evolution of environmental hygiene. Issues like fighting against antimicrobial resistance, fake news, or multiple safety concerns are being addressed.

At Diversey, we provide evidence-based solutions to reduce infections and improve outcomes for a healthier world. We partly do that with a broad selection of products to clean and disinfect surfaces effectively and responsibly for staff and end-users in many different markets.

According to Claire Khosravi, Diversey’s European Senior Microbiologist & IP Technical Lead: “Diversey has a global footprint as a key representative in the infection prevention world and is therefore useful for Clean Hospitals. Diversey and Clean Hospitals share the same goals to increase productivity and patient safety to ultimately create safer and more satisfying environments of care.”

Part of Diversey’s focus on improving infection prevention practices in healthcare globally

Preventing infection, especially in healthcare facilities, hands, and surfaces are two sides of the same coin of environmental hygiene.

According to Peter Teska, Diversey’s CoE IP & Healthcare, Global IP Application Expert: “Working on one at the expense of the other is self-defeating. In the same way, Diversey promotes effective hand hygiene through our participation in POPS (Private Organizations for Patient Safety), we also support Clean Hospitals to focus on environmental disinfection. Clean hands that touch dirty surfaces negates the value of hand hygiene. Touching clean surfaces with dirty hands negates the value of surface hygiene. Both must be promoted together to properly protect patients.”

In the last decade, a significant amount of clinical evidence has been amassed showing the role the environment plays in certain healthcare-associated infections. Clean Hospitals is an ideal organisation to help healthcare facilities operationalise this knowledge, working to improve cleaning practices and identifying areas of risk within the facility.

According to Jolanta Stasiewicz, Diversey’s European Healthcare Marketing Leader: “the COVID-19 pandemic has already changed global healthcare systems on many levels and we are entering a new era of patient care where preventing infection will play an even more important role. Creation of safe and hygienic environments is a mandatory action for healthcare stakeholders, but also a day-to-day challenge. And that is where Diversey, as part of Clean Hospitals, is committed to help. With more than 95 years of history and more than 50 years actively working with healthcare facilities, the Diversey team supporting this initiative is very excited to be part of it and committed to help healthcare facilities management get access to best in class and up to date guidelines, share and drive research, innovations, and training.”

Diversey: Campaigning for Infection Prevention During October 2020

Infection prevention has never been more important. During October, Diversey is proudly supporting three international campaigns that highlight the significance of cleaning and hygiene in the fight against all types of infection:

October 10: Clean Hospitals Day

October 15: Global Handwashing Day

October 18-24: International Infection Prevention Week

Spring Cleaning: Practical Advice

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Last Chance to Vote…

Voting closes at the end of this week for this year’s “Tomorrow’s” Awards organised by publisher Opus. If you haven’t done so already, please vote for our shortlisted products by clicking on the links below:

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Trusted Brands Support Industry Awards

Professional chefs choose products from our Pro Formula range because they like its combination of professional formulations from Diversey with brands from Unilever that they and their customers know and trust. This is why we chose to highlight Pro Formula products as part of our support of two recent foodservice industry events. We were one of the sponsors for January’s National Breakfast & Brunch Awards and February’s National Burger Awards. H2O, a leading publisher of foodservice magazines, organises both events. Professional chefs taking part used Cif Professional 2in1 Kitchen Cleaner Disinfectant and other products from the range to keep their workspace clean quickly and easily during their demonstrations.

Chefs used professional Pro Formula cleaning products at the National Breakfast and Burger Awards

The National Breakfast & Brunch Awards presents prizes in three main categories: National Breakfast of the Year; Breakfast Chef of the Year; and Bloody Mary of the Year.

The National Burger Award is an exclusive trade competition open to chefs from the casual dining, pub and bar sectors. Entrants battle to impress a panel of industry experts. Finalists compete in a cook-off consisting of two rounds. In the first, they cook their own speciality burger and in the second they create a “technical burger” from a selection of ingredients supplied by the organisers on the day.

National Burger Awards logo

It’s good to support industry awards because they celebrate success and high standards. We like to think these are values we share. Of course, there are some good business reasons too. Good hygiene and food safety can have a major effect on any business preparing and serving food. For example, our research showed that over one-third of people who enter a dirty restaurant will leave immediately. A further 23 per cent will order but depart before completing their meal. Hygiene helps to protect customers and staff against any risk of food-borne illness. Cleanliness creates the right impression for customers and can help them decide where to eat. It can also help encourage customers to make stronger recommendations and give higher ratings on booking or review sites.

Chefs used professional Pro Formula cleaning products at the National Breakfast and Burger Awards

At Diversey, we have an extensive range of products to help food-service operators of all sizes meet these objectives. Many small, medium-size and independent businesses prefer products from our Pro Formula range. These combine professional formulations from Diversey with trusted brands from Unilever including Cif, Persil, Comfort, Domestos, and Sun. This set of easy-to-use cleaning products helps businesses like these to complete routine and common problem-solving tasks quickly and economically with excellent results.

The Pro Formula kitchen range includes trusted brand professional formulations for tasks such as surface cleaning and disinfection, dishwashing, descaling and floor cleaning.

Pro Formula products for kitchen with Cif branding, as showcased at the awards events, include professional formulations for tasks such as surface cleaning and disinfection, dishwashing, descaling and floor cleaning.

Each Pro Formula product is designed to combine the insight, understanding and expertise of Diversey and Unilever – respective industry leaders – gained over decades of delivering highly effective cleaning and hygiene solutions. The result is an integrated and complementary set of products that meets the majority of any smaller business’s requirements.

Carry On Hand Hygiene

Reducing cold and flu among care home staff and residents is one of the key objectives of Diversey’s annual “Are You Ready?” campaign.

Good hand hygiene is the single most important way to reduce the spread of infections. Diversey makes this simpler with its personal bottles of hand disinfectants.

Common illnesses such as Influenza and Norovirus peak during winter while many other pathogens remain a threat all year round. Unchecked they can spread by personal contact or touching contaminated surfaces. This is why hand hygiene is so important:

  • Protect residents – reduce their risk of coughs, colds, flu and other common infections
  • Protect yourself – reduce your risk of catching or spreading illnesses
  • Protect employees – fewer illnesses means less time off work
  • Protect business – less lost work time, no unexpected cost of cover, maintain services, stay productive, retain your reputation

Protection is better than cure. Hands must be cleaned frequently – when moving from job to job, area to area, person to person. Diversey makes hand hygiene easier by offering pocket-sized bottles containing Soft Care Med H5 and Des E that users can carry or wear on their belt:

  • Convenient – 100ml small size, always handy
  • Belt/Reel Clip – right by your side when you need it
  • Frequent use – disinfect your hands when moving from job to job, person to person, as often as you like
  • Visible – shows colleagues and customers you care about hygiene
  • No excuses – always there when you need it

The Diversey advantage:

  • Tried and tested products – Soft Care Med H5 and Des E are extensively used by the NHS, healthcare, hotels and food-service customers
  • Excellent protection – against Norovirus, Influenza A (H1N1), rotavirus, hepatitis B, HIV, MRSA and other common infections
  • Kind to skin – Diversey sanitisers look after skin, leaving it soft and smooth to the touch
  • Non-perfumed formulation – ideal for food-service applications without risk of tainting foodstuffs
  • Support – unrivalled application and technical support from a global leader in cleaning and hygiene

Personal bottles and belt clips are just one line of defence against infections. Encouraging your team members to wear them can be part of your ongoing infection and outbreak prevention programme.

Look out for more advice soon as part of our “Are You Ready?” campaign to reduce seasonal illnesses and outbreaks.

Save Energy In Cleaning Operations

Reducing energy consumption is usually a key objective when improving the sustainability of cleaning operations. Using less energy saves money but also protects valuable resources and reduces CO2 emissions associated with burning fossil fuels in power stations or heating water on-site. There are some simple but effective ways to save energy in cleaning.

Choose the Right Product.

Selecting the correct product for any given task reduces the need for repeat cleaning which avoids additional water heating and electrical equipment running costs let alone savings in time and product consumption.

Energy saving cleaning options from Diversey.

Think Lower Temperatures

It costs money and takes time to heat water to the proper working temperature. Instead, switch to cleaning products that work at lower temperatures. Alternative low-temperature formulations are available for key tasks such as general cleaning, floorcare and laundry (including disinfection). They will deliver payback from day one. Many can be swapped into existing processes with minimal need for retraining or significant change.

Lower temperature laundry processes can save energy.

Switching to a lower temperature laundry product, for example, can save around 35% on water heating costs, consume 34% less water and cut wash time by almost 20% – all excellent sustainability gains.

Incidentally, avoid any process that involves adding cold water to hot water to cool it down to a comfortable temperature. This is wasteful and inefficient. But it is easily done when preparing solutions for tasks such as hand dishwashing or surface cleaning with handcloths. Instead, try and use equipment that heats the water to the correct temperature and no higher.

Maintain Existing Equipment Properly

Inefficiencies waste energy. Always complete routine and scheduled maintenance at the correct time. Equipment used in hard water areas can be prone to lime-scale. This can accumulate and restrict the passage of water and impact on the equipment’s reliability. It can also affect the sensors that regulate temperatures so that the equipment heats water to the wrong temperature for optimum performance.

Eliminate limescale in kitchen equipment to save energy.

Limescale also limits the efficiency of the heating element. This means more energy will be required to heat the same amount of water. Studies have shown that each millimetre of scale inside the heating element will add around eight to ten per cent on energy costs for a typical commercial laundry or dishwashing machine. Regular descaling with a specialist product or switching to formulations that prevent lime-scale will help prevent this issue.

Consider Completely Different Processes

Sometimes a different approach pays dividends. Microfibre, for example, when used with water alone for general surface cleaning offers a double win. No chemicals are used which means there is no need to heat a solution to a recommended working temperature.

Microfibre helps to save energy in cleaning.

Adopt Modern Cleaning Machines

These are generally far more energy-efficient than the models they replace. Recent changes to EU regulations covering vacuum cleaners led the design team at TASKI to devise the innovative models in our TASKI AERO range. These are quieter and consume around half the energy yet have the suction and performance of conventional machines rated at over 1000W. This helps them to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 60 per cent.

TASKI AERO vacuum cleaners use less energy and are quieter than conventional machines.

Other parts of the extensive TASKI floorcare range reflect this step-change in sustainability. The latest-generation scrubber driers – the TASKI swingo 2100 micro is the newest model – reduce energy consumption by up to 30 per cent and water consumption by up to 76 per cent compared with conventional machines. All of this quickly delivers savings on running costs.

At Diversey, we can advise on the most efficient combination of our products for specific applications to save energy in cleaning. We offer proper documentation with tools and calculators to help assess the savings you can make.