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Cleaning In The Time Of Coronavirus

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We hope you are staying as safe as possible during the outbreak of Covid-19. As you hunker down at home for the long haul, here are some tips to improve sanitization and disinfection; from hand washing as self-care and UVC light to clean your phone to disinfectants meeting EPA standards and HEPA vacuuming at home. Stay tuned for more tips on wellness in the time of Coronavirus!

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Tork Clean Care: Hygiene Tips for Food Service Staff

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The Tork Clean Care program provides a wide range of expertise and hygiene solutions for the food service industry, making sure that both your guests and employees, as well as your image – are well taken care of.

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Essity and the Philadelphia Eagles Team up to Encourage Proper Handwashing With Free Posters for Regional Schools

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In honor of Global Handwashing Day 2017, Essity (formerly SCA), the leading global hygiene and health company with North American headquarters in Philadelphia, has partnered with The Philadelphia Eagles to remind students about the proper steps to follow when washing their hands. 

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In honor of Global Handwashing Day 2017, Essity (formerly SCA), the leading global hygiene and health company with North American headquarters in Philadelphia, has partnered with The Philadelphia Eagles to remind students about the proper steps to follow when washing their hands. 

SCA Brings Hand Hygiene Awareness to Valley Forge Elementary First Graders

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In 2013, SCA discovered that 82% of American parents with children aged 2-6 believed that better hand hygiene at their child’s pre-school, elementary school or day-care could reduce the occurrence of family sick days. Four years later, we are still committed to creating hand washing awareness throughout America, one student at a time.

3 Quality of LifeHacks to Prevent the Spread of Germs at Work

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It’s National Handwashing Awareness Week. Everyone knows that handwashing is key to prevent the spread of germs. This is especially important in the workplace. The Workforce Institute reports that workplace absenteeism rates range from five to ten percent. This means that at any point in time up to one out of 10 employees is missing from work due to illness.

Ecolab Food Safety Matters Webinar: February 2015

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During this webinar, Dr. Benjamin Chapman, associate professor and Food Safety specialist at North Carolina State University, N.C. Cooperative Extension, discusses hand washing woes, the links between poor hand washing and illness, barriers to hand washing compliance and evidence-based strategies to overcome these barriers.

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