In Australia, the death rate attributed to infectious diseases has increased, prompting design professionals to consider how building design can deliver enhanced levels of health and hygiene. In hospitals, aged-care facilities and schools, the use of antimicrobial surfaces inhibits bacterial growth and addresses one of most common ways infection is spread, namely transmission by hand.

Download this whitepaper for guidance on specifying hygienic surfaces for public areas and how they contribute to healthier, safer buildings.


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