Are You WHS Compliant?

Every year, workplace incidents take lives in NSW. Make sure that you are compliant with current Work Health and Safety legislation by letting Sanokil take the hassle out of your hands.   To help you create a healthier, safer and more successful business we have sourced the seven most important components to Work Health and […]

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The Pros and Cons of Automatic Lid Sanitary Units

As we all know, germs and bacteria are spread by touching things. This is one of the big contributing factors that make businesses lean towards an Automatic Lid Sanitary Disposal Unit, but have you considered the cons? With there becoming more and more options available for your hygiene disposal needs, it is important to know […]

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Did You Know Your Phone Is 10x Dirtier Than A Toilet Seat?

In our technology obsessed society, it’s not surprising that people are using their phones everywhere, even when going to the bathroom. Recently a study was conducted by the phone re-seller Bank My Cell on 2,114 people in the UK. The study revealed that 90% of millennials will not go to the bathroom without their phones, […]

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5 Reasons To Enact Proper Hygiene

  People use the quality of your bathrooms cleanliness to make assumptions about you and your company as a whole – whether that be your services or products. Therefore, there is a financial incentive to hygienic management. Proper bathroom maintenance also has positive effects on the health and safety of the users. Continue on to […]

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Why You Should Always Flush Your Toilet With The Seat Down

Leaving the seat up when you flush isn’t just a habit the females in your household find annoying – it’s a sure way to spread germs. Flushing with the seat up is not just inconvenient, it’s downright unsanitary, as the toilet can send bacteria flying all over the bathroom, experts have warned. Faecal matter from the […]

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The Great Bathroom Debate: Paper Towel or Hand dryer?

It’s the age-old question that continues to baffle many of us in the bathroom: when you come to drying your hands, should you reach for the paper towel, or the electric dryer? For some, this decision might be related to hygiene, and for others, drying performance. For many, environmental concerns are also an important consideration, […]

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What to Know About the Germs in Your Home

“You know how Roman cities were buried over time with debris? Same thing happens to bedding.” – Philip Tierno is describing your mattress. And your pillow. And other soft, squishy surfaces. The New York University pathologist and self-described microbe hunter wrote a book called the The Secret Life of Germs. He knows where they are lurking. […]

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Flu shot 2018: Health Minister Steven Miles urges Aussies to get flu jab

HEALTH Minister Steven Miles has made a plea for Queenslanders to get the flu jab as medical professionals derided Australia’s low influenza immunisation rates during last year’s record season. A forum of flu experts at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital today was told just 27 per cent of Australians were vaccinated against the flu […]

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NSW Lifesaving issues safety warning

With high temperatures the forecast for the next few days its anticipated many people will flock to a Shoalhaven beach to beat the heat. For people planning a trip to a Shoalhaven beach the message from surf lifesavers is clear – come, enjoy and cool off at our iconic beaches, but stay safe. Unfortunately, it’s a message that […]

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Australian Paramedics Association backs calls for mandatory first aid kits

From South Coast Registry, 16th January 2017. Jessica McInerney   The Australian Paramedics Association (APA) has backed calls for first aid kits to be compulsory in cars.    Lisa Elmas, the South Coast woman who was first on scene at the tragic Boxing Day crash, is petitioning NSW Roads Minister Melinda Pavey to make fire extinguishers and first […]

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