We know that antimicrobial products help prevent the spread of germs and bacteria, but are they actually effective against COVID-19? Until recently, it has been impossible for the manufacturers of antimicrobial additives to answer this question, because only government laboratories were licenced to handle the SARS-CoV-virus (the virus that causes Covid-19) due to the virility … Continue reading Antimicrobial ID Card Holders containing Biomaster proven to be effective against COVID-19
And can it help protect your workforce against COVID-19? Antimicrobial workplace products like antimicrobial card holders, antimicrobial lanyards, antimicrobial paper and even antimicrobial uniforms didn’t enter the marketplace as a result of COVID-19. Many products have been around for years and are particularly employed in the health industries. However in the current pandemic, they’ve had … Continue reading What does Antimicrobial actually mean?
As we start to hear about the potential of businesses reopening, it’s clear that it won’t quite be Business as Usual. Rather, workplaces will be embracing a ‘new normal’. That ‘new normal’ will mean bringing in a new set of safety practices to help protect the workforce and stop Coronavirus from spreading. There won’t … Continue reading Antimicrobial ID Card Holders – a simple way to help protect your workforce
New clear biodegradable ID card holders now in stock – just £7.00 for 100 We’re all aware of the plastic problem. It’s thought that more than five trillion pieces of plastic are awash in the world’s oceans – and significantly more trillion are on land. Given it can take hundreds of years for some of … Continue reading Do your bit to help the plastic problem
What’s best to hold your ID card or access control card or fob: badge reels, lanyards or a combination of both? It really depends on what you need it to do, and how you’ll use what’s attached. Access control card, fob or token? Retractable badge reels are ideal for presenting cards, key fobs or tokens … Continue reading Badge reels, lanyard or both?