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01 September 2017
GEGGUS Entrance Matting Systems can help you avoid the Health & Safety, legal and revenue loss issues we've identified in our Industry Application online guides. So call our team today to find out more about our open-structure entrance matting, get guidance on the most appropriate option for your needs and request a free sample & brochure. <- Back to: Blog Article written by Justin Errington
01 June 2017
Customers are very aware of the Food Standards Agency's Food Hygiene Rating, and they are increasingly looking out for a rating of 5, to reassure them that they'll be eating in a safe environment. Food safety officers will rate your premises on 3 main areas: how hygienically the food is handled - how it is prepared, cooked, re-heated, cooled and stored the condition of the structure of the buildings - the cleanliness, layout, lighting, ventilation and other facilities how the business m...
01 March 2017
A study by 3M Group showed that 85% of dirt & moisture enters a building through footfall and on the wheels of machinery. The impact of dirt & moisture in your facility goes way beyond simply not looking good. Employee slip accidents lead to sick days and potential legal action. Dirt & moisture transfers to stock, causing damage and waste. Hygiene levels in sensitive areas, such as food manufacturing, may be threatened. Machinery gets damaged at a faster rate...
01 December 2016
Entrance matting is often overlooked when it comes to designing buildings – perhaps left to think about later. But to keep a building’s interior a clean and safe environment for its users and visitors, the importance of matting should not be underestimated. In 2014, a survey by 3M found that up to 85% of dirt and moisture within a building will have been brought in on shoes, trolleys and lightweight vehicles. That’s perhaps not too surprising, but further analysis showed that the cost...