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The UK is experiencing what continues to be a global challenge regarding the unprecedented spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).  


This is having a dramatic effect on global supply chains. The response from Governments around the world is generating unprecedented demand for hygiene consumables.

 

Manufacturers are facing increasing difficulties in the production of hand and surface sanitisers, antibacterial wipes, disinfectants, face masks and soaps.

 

Raw materials are more difficult to source, supply chains are suffering from bottlenecks and some factories in affected areas are temporarily closing under pressure of from the virus.

 

We will continue monitoring the situation as closely as we can. In the meantime, please be aware that this unprecedented situation is having an impact on all orders.

 

We are experiencing a 1-week lead times across all products. This means that you may not get your order as quickly as you anticipated, or that it may be sent as a part order in order to ensure a speedier dispatch.    

 

Thank you for your continued support

Our staff are experiencing a very high level of calls and emails, so we ask you to please be patient with them. If you do have any questions about stock or delivery times, please speak with your System Hygiene representative or e-mail us at [email protected]
 
 
 

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Paul Stebbings

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System Hygiene Ltd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

Posted By Rychard Sagal

How to Teach Hand Hygiene at School

Friday, 6 March 2020 15:26:00 Europe/London

How to Teach Hand Hygiene at School

School children are exposed to all kinds of germs and bacteria that they wouldn’t usually come into contact with at home. Children are naturally curious and exploring things by touch can cause their hands to become a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, which could make them and others seriously ill. According to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Britain’s cases of norovirus, gastroenteritis and swine flu infections are primarily down to dirty hands. Hands are often the main vehicle for transmitting germs by contact with others and through surfaces such as door handles and toilet flushes.

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Coronavirus Symptoms, Causes & Prevention

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 17:41:00 Europe/London

Wuhan novel coronavirus facts, not fiction . Confusing advice and opinion about coronavirus doing the rounds? Exactly what we thought. So we're sharing information and links from trusted sources who really do know what they're talking about. No drama. Just the facts to help keep you informed and safe.

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