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10 Reasons You Should be Using the Shoe Cover Dispenser
10 Reasons You Should be Using the Shoe Cover Dispenser

One of the most common problems people face when using shoe covers is wearing a pair that’s either too big, too small or just doesn’t fit right. Shoe covers protect shoes and floors from cross-contamination, and are one of the many measures professionals take to ensure health and safety. Walking – or working – around all day in ill-fitting shoe covers has a number of consequences that defeat this very purpose. Loose shoe covers cause tripping and presents danger when they should in fact be an element of safety assurance.

Why Higher Quality Should be Top Priority in your Healthcare
Why Higher Quality Should be Top Priority in your Healthcare

There’s no question about how important quality is. Whether it’s tangible or intangible – the food we eat, the products we use, the clothes we wear, to the work we do or lifestyle we live – we all appreciate quality. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean we always go for quality.

Behind the Scenes with BlueMed
Behind the Scenes with BlueMed

Join us for a quick walk-through along the corridors at BlueMed to get a snapshot of what goes on behind the scenes until a shoe cover is born.

The Increasing Popularity of Shoe Covers at Home
The Increasing Popularity of Shoe Covers at Home

Most people relate shoe cover usage with medical, tradesmen or lab professionals. But lately, they have also been increasingly popular in homes. Maintaining clean floors are an integral part of overall home hygiene, particularly when having visitors or service technicians over.  Using shoe covers, in fact, makes a lot of sense in order to avoid transporting germs through socks or dirty shoes.

The Value of Shoe Covers in GMP Facilities
The Value of Shoe Covers in GMP Facilities

What is a GMP facility? GMP stands for “Good Manufacturing Practices”. A GMP facility is one that commits to certain protocols that ensure the manufacturing of products according to quality standards. Their goal is to prevent any possibility of contamination, mix-ups, deviations, or errors in the final product. What distinguishes GMP from standard quality assurance is that it requires constant monitoring throughout the production, and not just the final product. It covers every aspect of production – starting with the raw materials, premises and equipment to the training and personal hygiene of staff.