In the midst of a global pandemic, there’s a significantly greatly emphasis placed on personal and workplace hygiene, but in the hospitals and healthcare sector, hygiene control has always been imperative. Solutions and means to improving and gaining a greater level of hygiene control can range from simple sanitiser stations in the lobby, to maintaining high positive pressure values in theatres.Read More
Warehouse Management Blog
If there is one word that is on everyone’s lips at the moment, its ‘Coronavirus’, or COVID-19 as known formally.
In this blog, Remax shares some of the measures we are taking to help prepare and mitigate the effects of this virus on our business.Read More
We have come a long way since the Victorian-era where in hospitals generally, a dirty operating room had a 1 in 4 death rate. The correlation to cleanliness in operating rooms wasn’t discovered until later much on. Did you know that in those days, any limb with a fracture that pierced the skin had to be amputated and due to the lack of anesthesia, surgeons had to work fast. Amputation procedures sometimes lasted as little as 30 seconds! Yikes...Read More
For many building designs, the benefits of ‘hindsight’ are seen to be a somewhat regretful and costly oversight. Nonetheless, there are some great lessons to be learnt in construction ‘hindsight’ and for a study in how costs can start to add up when designing for hospitals and medical facilities, look to the new and yet to be opened, Royal Adelaide Hospital.