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We have a range of Bleach products available to disinfect and sanitise.

While bleach products should be used with caution due to its strong and potentially harmful nature, there are specific situations in the workplace where its use may be warranted.

Here are ten reasons why you might need to use bleach in a workplace:

  1. Disinfection and Sanitisation: Bleach is a powerful disinfectant that can be effective against a wide range of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. In healthcare settings, laboratories, or food preparation areas, bleach may be used to sanitize surfaces to prevent the spread of infections.
  2. Bio-hazard Cleanup: In situations where there is potential exposure to blood-borne pathogens or other bio-hazards, bleach can be used to disinfect surfaces and reduce the risk of contamination.
  3. Control of Infectious Diseases: During outbreaks of infectious diseases, workplaces may use bleach to disinfect common areas and surfaces to help prevent the spread of the illness among employees.
  4. Food Preparation and Service: In the food industry, particularly in kitchens and food preparation areas, bleach may be used to sanitize cutting boards, countertops, and utensils to ensure food safety and prevent the spread of food-borne illnesses.
  5. Mold Remediation: Bleach is effective in killing mold on hard, non-porous surfaces. In workplaces with mold issues, such as water-damaged areas, bleach may be used as part of a mold remediation process.
  6. Water Treatment: In certain industries, such as laboratories or manufacturing facilities, bleach may be used for water treatment to disinfect water supplies and prevent bacterial contamination.
  7. Laundry Disinfection: In workplaces where laundry services are provided, such as in healthcare facilities or hotels, bleach may be used to disinfect linens, towels, and other fabrics to maintain cleanliness and hygiene.
  8. Decontamination of Equipment: Equipment that has been in contact with potentially harmful substances, chemicals, or biological materials may be disinfected with bleach to ensure that it is safe for further use.
  9. Control of Cross-Contamination: In settings where cross-contamination is a concern, such as laboratories or clean-rooms, bleach may be used to disinfect equipment and surfaces to maintain a controlled and sterile environment.
  10. Emergency Response: In emergency situations, such as chemical spills or the presence of hazardous substances, bleach may be used as part of a decontamination protocol to minimize the risks associated with exposure.

It’s important to note that while bleach can be effective in certain situations, it should be used with care, following safety guidelines and considering the potential health risks associated with its use. Additionally, alternatives that are less harsh on the environment and human health should be considered whenever possible.