Setting higher standards of skin care to
combat workshop skin disorders
Many of the causes of occupational skin disorders are readily found within every workshop, and the Swarfega product range aims to protect employees from these hazards. Swarfega was first invented in 1947, and has a 70 year history of bringing innovative products to the Automotive Aftermarket, including:
- Dispensers to control dosage
- Sealed cartridge systems
- 3 step system which includes Protect, Cleanse and Restore products
- Foaming hand cleaners to save money, time and resource
The Swarfega range also encompasses surface and tool cleaning and maintenance products, the all-round workshop cleaning solution.
Challenges and Best Practice
Avoiding Hand Sanitizer Ingestion in Children23 May 2017
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The Importance Of Sun Safety In School16 May 2017
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Talking About Skin Care Health in the Workplace9 May 2017
During North American Occupational Safety & Health Week from May 7th to May 13th this year, let's not forget to talk about skin care health in the workplace. There are hundreds of...
May 5th is World Hand Hygiene Day2 May 2017
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Protection For Outdoor Workers From Ultraviolet (UV) Rays25 Apr 2017
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Understanding Hand Hygiene Compliance In Healthcare Environments18 Apr 2017
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