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Covid 19 Business Hygiene Supplies

Covid 19 Business Hygiene Supplies. As the world moves towards a “new normal” following the Covid-19 global pandemic, we have increased our range of products to help our customers make this transition. Covid 19 Business Hygiene Supplies

We offer a range of hand sanitiser dispensers, soap dispensers and automatic paper towel dispensers suitable for commercial installations. We can also offer Face Masks, hand sanitiser signage as well as floor mats.

As a business you need a fast, safe and straightforward hygiene purchase solution to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our online store is designed to do just that.

Covid 19 Business Hygiene Supplies Purchase With Confidence

We have been supplying commercial hygiene supplies since 1999. Our customers include Ministry of Defense, Police, Fire & Rescue, RAF, HM Prison Services, MI5, RSPCA, Ford Group, Bristol Street Motors, RNLI, Local Authorities & Many More. 

Covid 19 Business Hygiene Supplies

As people all over the world come together to protect one another from the infectious outbreak of COVID-19, businesses must prepare not only for disruption in their business, but also prepare for protecting the health of their employees and customers in the workplace.

Healthy staff and customers are crucial to your business, which is why you need a company you can rely on to provide you with adequate hygiene supplies

Whatever business your in, it’s especially important that you follow hygiene procedures and minimise direct contact.

Rentex Stock Control

Due to Covid-19 there has been a huge increase in sales to the public and certain lines are going out of stock quicker than normal. We are always arranging for additional stock to be shipped in sooner than normal to meet demand.

Disinfectant Wipes Medical Grade
Disinfectant Wipes Medical Grade
Aloe Vera Hand Sanitiser 5 Litre
KN95 Face Masks
Antibacterial Surface Sanitiser 5 Litre
100ml Hand Sanitiser Bottles
Paper Towel Dispenser
Powder Free Disposable Nitrile Gloves
Disposable Face Masks FFP1
Workplace Essentials

Dispose of waste correctly

  • General waste
  • Sharps waste
  • Surgical equipment
  • Face masks & PPE

Your PPE Waste Disposal

We know that being COVID-secure is really important for all of our customers, and ensuring that PPE is handled separately to other waste streams should also be a key consideration within any risk assessment.

PPE Waste Disposal Bin

No matter what type it is, all PPE will eventually needs to be disposed of, and it is important to ensure that it is done properly.

In light of the current pandemic sweeping across the world in the form of COVID-19 many waste producers will have concerns around the handling of potentially infected items; but let’s be clear, nobody quite knows what this looks like or, more importantly, how to prevent the spread through waste.

Personal protective equipment – known as ‘PPE’ – is used to protect health care workers while performing specific tasks that might involve them encountering blood or body fluids that may contain some infectious agents such as germs and bacteria.

What We Can Do To Reduce Infection

What we can do is follow standard protocols to ensure that we are disposing of potentially contaminated waste correctly.

First and foremost: follow any training provided on how to safely dispose of materials in your premises. Your setting may have specific procedures in place with which you should be familiar and may provide you with specific equipment and substances for sanitisation and disposal.

You must wear protective Gloves when handling waste. Do not touch anything other than the infectious waste once you have put them on, and make sure you remove and dispose of them hygienically once you’re done. Dispose of them like you would any other infectious waste unless told otherwise.

Your setting will have certain procedures for moving, removing, or destroying infectious materials. Consider all stages: from storage, through handling and bagging, to transportation and laundering.

  • Minimise contact, i.e. handle materials as little as possible and transfer them via routes that minimise exposure to others.
  • Discard materials into a suitable container or bag. It must conform to the required standards
  • Use bags that are marked or coloured for infectious waste. This includes orange or yellow bags (or signs), and text or symbols indicating the bag contains hazardous waste for treatment or incineration.
  • Never fill a bag or container more than ¾ full.
  • Never over fill waste receptacles.
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