NEW: EN 16615 Clean and Disinfect with Incidin Oxy

We have you covered with the new technology EN 16615 cleaner and disinfectant Incidin products from the experts at Ecolab. Both products include a new technology platform with the new Hi-speed Hydrogen Peroxide H2O2 technology which decomposes into water and oxygen in use - leaving no active residue on surfaces. It's powerful oxidizing action has been long known to kill germs without being harmful to the user or environment and with no strong odour, active residues or additional PPE required. This range includes the OxyFoam S Surface Cleaner and Disinfectant Spray: http://www.aspli.com/…/incidin-oxyfoam--s-surface-disinfect… and the OxyWipe S Surface Cleaner and Disinfectant Wipe:http://www.aspli.com/…/incidin-oxywipe--s-surface-disinfect…



We are proud to now be stocking the new Nexa Dispensary product range from Ecolab. This includes the manual dispenser for Spirigel Complete and Seraman Soaps and also the Touch Free version. With this, there is the new Touchless Freestanding Dispenser which has an attractive, eye-catching design, ideal for front of house or reception areas. There are also lock and key packs available to make it tamper resistant. Of course, the spirigel complete hand gel and seraman soaps are available as a refill pack of six. Browse the Ecolab range now to ensure brilliant hygiene:http://www.aspli.com/brands/91/1/ecolab


Spirigel and Hard Surface wipes prices reduced.

As a result of negotiations with Ecolab we have been able to reduce the prices of Spirigel, Spirigel Complete, Cliniwipes and many other infection control products. Watch out for some special offers.  


Coronavirus - MERS - CoV is a threat to the entire world

Another new virus causing great concern as a man in France dies from the virus that originated in the Middle East and another man who shared a hospital room with him has contracted the virus. Exactly how the virus spread between the two patients remains unclear, but as with SARS, transmission through large droplets is the most likely route, the report says. But it also notes that the patient's Diarrhoea—a condition that occurred in SARS patients as well—might have contaminated the environment meaning that respirator masks and hand hygiene could play a vital role in preventing its spread. This new virus is called Coronavirus or MERS cov. The World Health Organization warned this week that the virus is "a threat to the entire world." The virus comes on like a cold, attacking the respiratory system and bringing severe fever and cough, which can result in pneumonia and kidney failure. First identified in humans in September, is now their greatest global concern. The MERS-CoV virus is related to SARS, which killed some 800 people in a global epidemic in 2003. Dr Margaret Chan, head of the WHO, singled out the illness in a speech on Monday in Geneva. 'We understand too little about this virus when viewed against the magnitude of its potential threat,' Chan said at the annual WHO meeting. 'We do not know where the virus hides in nature. We do not know how people are getting infected. 'Until we answer these questions, we are empty-handed when it comes to prevention. These are alarm bells. And we must respond. 'She said the 'novel coronavirus is a threat to the entire world. 'WHO said in an update earlier this month that 20 of the 40 confirmed cases of the disease have ended in death. If you haven't made a pandemic business continuity plan then it maybe a good time to do so. Protect front of house/ key personnel using our pandemic protection kits that contain medical respirator masks that protect against droplets/ mists, Spirigel Complete fully virucidal hand gel and surface wipes. These kits can be tailored to fit your needs.


Bird Flu Kits - Pandemic business continuity contingency planning

  H7N9 likely to spread, says Europe’s top flu expert With the death toll from a new strain of the bird flu virus rising to 27 after a man died in central China's Hunan Province is it time for public authorities, businesses to revisit their pandemic action plans and indeed check the expiry dates of supplies purchased in 2009.  So far at least 126 people have been diagnosed with the H7N9 virus since it was first reported in late March, with most cases so far confined to eastern China. One case has been reported in Taiwan. China confirmed 19 new cases in the week leading up to May 1st. The World Health Organisation has called the outbreak "one of the most lethal" flu viruses ever seen, but there is no evidence yet of human-to-human transmission. Of those infected, a fifth died, a fifth recovered and the rest are still ill. The infection results in severe pneumonia and even blood poisoning and organ failure. The virus is contracted after contact with poultry, but experts believe it is possible it could mutate, triggering a pandemic. Public Health England (PHE) has taken the precaution of writing to GPs, warning them to be alert for symptoms in travellers returning from the Far East. During the last pandemic we supplied customised Pandemic protection and prevention kits to a number of orgainisations. A couple that stood out being a major pharmaceutical company with over 20,000 employees involved in the manufacture of vaccines who needed to ensure they could keep producing and a major transport company who needed to keep the country mobile. We have a couple of standard kits on our site http://www.aspli.com/safety/13/103/0/1/pandemic-swine-flu-protection but can tailor kits to suit your needs, such as sealed personnel desk packs etc. Since 2009 there has been advances in the level of protection we can offer with the introduction of Spirigel Complete fully virucidal hand gel and also the Moldex Air respiratory masks. These two way protection face masks are approved as a respirator thus protecting the wearer but in addition to Respiratory protection, these masks prevent particles (droplets) being expelled by the wearer, therefore protecting other persons and the environment from contamination, making them ideal for use during bird or swine flu pandemics.



We are proud to announce that we have recently supplied a number of Liferings - Lifebuoys and Lifebuoy housings to be situated along the river Lea flowing through the Olympic village. We have also sold over 2500 bottles of Spirigel Alcohol hand gel to one of the official Olympic transport companies. We wish team GB every success.


What to do if you receive a sharps injury

A sharps injury is an incident which causes a needle or sharp instrument, such as a scalpel (collectively referred to as ‘sharps’), to penetrate the skin. This is sometimes called a percutaneous injury. If the sharp is contaminated with blood or other body fluid, there is a potential for transmission of infection. Aspli Safety carry a range of needlestick prevention gloves for both the Healthcare industry and the workplace together with a range of infection control products, litter pickers etc. For information click on the link below: Health and social care services – What to do if you receive a sharps injury