Make surfaces safe

Digital resources to promote best practice and provide educational support. Developed in collaboration with leading infection prevention specialists. Download your packs below. Free to print, share and use however you need.

5 Principles of Cleaning

When it comes to environmental cleaning, there are some simple steps that can help avoid transferring microorganisms from one surface to another.

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Develop technique

Designed for healthcare but applicable anywhere, our 5 Principles of Cleaning are simple steps to prevent pathogens transferring to other surfaces whilst cleaning. Brought to life with video and animation. 119MB download size.

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Improve practice

The area around COVID-19 patients should be decontaminated at least once per day. This handy pack provides 5 cribsheets demonstrating the safest, most effective ways to decontaminate bedside objects. Ideal as reference or training tools.

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Decontaminate safely

Our 5 Principles of Cleaning are designed to make best practice easy to remember. 5 simple principles to make sure microorganisms are removed and not transferred to clean surfaces. Contains an A4 poster and an ID-badge sized card.

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Raise awareness

Clean Between to break the chain of infection. We've run these events with NHS Trusts all over the UK to raise awareness of the need to clean shared equipment between patients. This pack contains 6 Clean Between posters.

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Understand efficacy

Effective disinfectants are essential to stop the spread of coronavirus. With the COVID-19 strain not yet available for disinfectant testing, it's important to understand the data underpinning manufacturers' claims.

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Increase protection

For high-risk infections, such as COVID-19, facilities can employ UV disinfection machines to supplement a manual clean. This pack guides decision-makers through the evidence for UV disinfection and helps end-users follow correct practice.

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Disinfect effectively

Effective product + best practice = protected patients. This printable poster reminds staff to how to use Clinell Universal Wipes correctly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Including how to ensure correct contact time.

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Are Clinell products effective against coronavirus?

The Clinell Universal Range, Clinell Sporicidal Wipes, Clinell Antimicrobial Hand Wipes and Clinell …Read More

Are Clinell Universal Wipes tested against the actual COVID-19 strain?

COVID-19 is caused by a particular strain of coronavirus known as 'SARS-CoV-2'. As of March 2020, th…Read More

Do Clinell Universal Wipes comply with UK national guidance about COVID-19?

UK national guidance for healthcare professionals specifically mentions chlorine as a disinfectant. …Read More

Can I use Clinell Universal Wipes on my hands?

Clinell Universal Wipes have been dermatologically tested and are considered skin friendly. We have …Read More


Coronavirus: a lecture by Martin Kiernan

Martin gives a fantastic overview of the COVID-19 pandemic for healthcare workers. Find out what you need to know to help stop the spread.

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Can UV light stop COVID-19?

Hospitals all over the world are deploying UV light systems for the first time ever. But will UV actually help stop the spread of the virus?

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