The silent killers that firefighters face

September 27th, 2018|

What does the smoke from a fire and a cabinet full of chemicals have in common? They often contain the same dangerous materials. During a fire, firefighters must brave not only flames, but a [...]

What you need to know about salmonellosis

September 27th, 2018|

Does the thought of eating undercooked chicken make you shudder? It should, because there’s a real risk of becoming contaminated with salmonella. Salmonella is the bacteria that cause salmonellosis, an infectious food-borne zoonotic disease that [...]

Water baby

September 27th, 2018|

Introducing babies to the pleasures of being in water can sometimes be a little daunting – often more so for the parents than for the children themselves! While it’s normal for the first experiences [...]

How to Avoid Cross-Contamination during the Holidays

December 19th, 2017|

Meals take up a big place at most end-of-year festivities. With feasts being the centrepiece of our holiday celebrations, it’s important to consider (even though it may put a slight damper on your festive [...]

4 Steps for Preventing the Flu at Work

November 22nd, 2017|

Approximately one-third of all unplanned absences at work are due to illness. Here are 4 simple, low-cost tips for keeping employees healthy and reducing absenteeism during cold and flu season.Approximately one-third of all unplanned [...]

How to clean and desinfect a therapeutic bath ?

September 28th, 2017|

Recommanded products For Hydrotherapy, tub cleaning and desinfecting, is the 0,5% hydrogen peroxide based Saber desinfectant. Purging and disinfectinf requires 1:16 dilution (64 ml /L) Sanitizing requires 1-128 dilution (8 ml /L) Saber has both [...]

You have been flooded, now what ?

September 28th, 2017|

Cleaning up after a flood can be a very tricky task. You want to preserve as much of your building and belongings as possible but you do not want to compromise your health. Contact [...]

How does influenza spread?

September 28th, 2017|

This virus is spread primarily from one person to another via the airborne route of transmission. When a person with Influenza is coughing and sneezing they are expelling tiny droplets into the air which [...]