Deb is a world leader in occupational skin care and hand hygiene. We have been providing dedicated skin care and hand hygiene solutions for over 80 years. Our purpose is to set higher standards in leading the fight against occupational skin disorders and the spread of infections to Make Hands Matter in the Workplace.
Deb integrates 3-Elements - Essential Products / Vital Information / Highest Standards of Behaviour - within dedicated sector programmes to enable the implementation of skin care and hand hygiene best practice in all types of workplaces and public environments, spanning industrial, healthcare, commercial and food sectors.
Select the market sector that best fits your requirements:
Manufacturing, Engineering, Electronics, Logistics, Construction, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Energy & Utilities
Office & Facility
Office, Administration, Public Amenities, Retail, Transport Terminals, Sport & Entertainment
Our Product Ranges
Deb Stoko Range
The world’s greatest skin care and hand hygiene range for industrial, commercial and food sectors.
Deb Cutan Range
A dedicated healthcare range of hand hygiene and skin care products for staff, patients and visitors.
Swarfega Professional Range
Skin care products for use in the automotive aftermarket.
See us at NZACA Conference 2018, 11 - 13 September 2018, SKYCITY, Auckland31 May 2018 Visit us at stand 53 to learn how Deb can help you improve skin health, productivity and costs.
The importance of sun safety in school28 Jun 2017 What impact can Ultraviolet (UV) rays have on a child’s skin? Many are wary of the risks that UV...
Maximising Hand Hygiene Compliance through Clever Washroom Design7 Apr 2017 Maximising hand hygiene compliance through clever washroom design Employers have a responsibility...
KEEPING THE BUGS AT BAY18 Oct 2016 The spread of infections represents a serious risk for any care home. Rigorous hand hygiene is...
Importance of applying creams in the workplace18 Oct 2016 Occupational skin diseases are the second most common work-related health problem in Europe. 1...
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Case Study5 Feb 2015 You've got to hand it to Leeds Case Study - Staff and patient inspired hand hygiene campaigns...
Make UV protection a part of your PPE12 Jun 2018
Make UV protection a part of your PPE More than five outdoor workers are diagnosed with skin cancer every day, yet 90% of skin cancer deaths could have been...
A new guide to preventing OSDs through skin care best practice5 Jun 2018
More than 1 in 10 workers suffer from dermatitis – the symptoms of which are sore and inflamed skin on the hands, which can make routine manual tasks difficult....
Shining a light on sun safety in the workplace29 May 2018
Before heading to the beach or the pool, you likely consider items to bring to protect you from the sun. But what about when you’re heading to work? Skin cancer is by far the most...
Microbeads, Macro Problems22 May 2018
Plastic beads made of polyethylene – also known as microbeads – are used in different cosmetic products such as toothpaste and exfoliants, but also in some heavy duty hand...
Addressing the issue of glove usage within hospitals15 May 2018
Throughout the Healthcare industry, glove use has become a key aspect of ward culture and is considered to be an important control measure for protecting both patients and...
NAOSH Week Hand Protection: PPE beyond Gloves8 May 2018
May 6 kicks off North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week. Launched in 1997, NAOSH Week was marked by an agreement between Canada, the United States and...