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Infection Control

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Infection Control

An outbreak of an infectious virus or disease can happen anywhere, from schools and offices to health care environments, such as hospitals and care homes. Infectious diseases and viruses can pose serious threats to the health and well being of staff, customers, residents and members of the public, and can be spread via a multitude of methods.

Rentokil Specialist Hygiene offers a range of disinfection services to help minimise the risk of infection and to assist with the control and containment of outbreaks. Available 24/7, we provide a fast response and full UK coverage.

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Why is Infection Control Important?

Infection prevention and control is identified by the World Health Organisation as a practical solution, designed to prevent harm caused by infection. As outbreaks of infections can happen anywhere and can pose a threat to the health and wellbeing of the public, it is important to minimise the risk of it spreading by removing potential contaminants.

Our Infection Control Service

Our infection control team can carry out a specialist disinfection service to help with infection control and prevention in your premises. Our service can help you to maintain a high level of hygiene to help protect against microbial infection.

Our experienced technicians are equipped with the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), respiratory protective equipment (RPE) and specialist disinfection equipment to carry out our infection control service safely and effectively. 

Ultra Low Volume (ULV) disinfection fogging allows for the treatment of large areas quickly and efficiently. It involves using extremely small droplets of the disinfectant fog that settle underneath, on top of and on the sides of many objects and inaccessible areas. Studies show the application of disinfectant by aerosol significantly reduces the number of viable infectious pathogens, treating the surface and the air, killing these pathogens.