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Specifying safe washrooms post-COVID restrictions

Although facemasks and social distancing restrictions have eased, COVID-19 is here to stay, & has changed our approach to hygiene forever. The importance of being prepared, especially when it concerns the safety of people, has never been so apparent

For healthcare procurement and specification professionals it has never been satisfactory to take a ‘surface’ approach; it’s about building from the ground up, with safe, robust, and reliable solutions. Bristan has over 40 years’ experience of supplying taps and showers to high-usage hospital environments. Here, Product manager, Chris Tranter, shares his top tips for specifying safe bathrooms.

Two years ago, NHS England and NHS improvement were focused on infection control – through the publication of their national hand hygiene policy in 2019. Today, the need for effective handwashing techniques in healthcare settings and beyond is more important than ever. While creating best practice guidelines is a key element of delivering effective infection control, it all starts with choosing the right products. At Bristan, we understand how quickly contagions like the coronavirus can spread between people through contact with infected surfaces. That&r

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