Save Tens of Thousands
of Dollars a Year

For employers, the key benefit of the White Tick™ Program is the potential reduction of staff sick leave associated with hygiene related illness.

A healthier workplace means less workers contracting illness, resulting in less disruption to the business, less stress from last-minute shuffling of shifts and less reliance on short-term replacement staff.

Our figures show that a business with approximately 50 employees could potentially save at least $20,000 per year if it adopts the White Tick™ Program.

A healthier workplace means improved staff morale.

Another benefit is retention of customers. If a person becomes sick after having dined at a certain restaurant or cafe or club it is possible they won’t return. The business owner or club manager will never know why.

High Chairs had in excess of 100,000x the Safe Hygiene Level

If you doubt the reason why Australia’s restaurants, clubs, schools, hotels, hospitals and homes need the White Tick™ Program you don’t need to go any further than the Melbourne Shopping Centre Hygiene Audit 2012.

Fourteen shopping centres were swab tested by a forensic cleaning specialist. The findings were simply remarkable.

Change rooms, high chairs, food courts, escalator hand rails and toilets were tested. Food court tables and chairs had readings many thousands of times over the safe limit. Change tables were 30,000 times above the safe limit, and baby high chairs recorded 100,000 times over the safe level of living organisms.

Of all of the swab tests only one came within an acceptable safe range.

The audit reported that the “shopping centres are crawling with bacteria” and there was the potential for people to contract serious infections such as Salmonella, Giardia, Hepatitis, E Coli and Staphylococcus.

All this from just one limited test.

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According to different scientific
studies and the World Health
Organisation, 80% of infectious
diseases are spread by hand.


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